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Shorecrest students and faculty (Left to right—back row: Jessica Thorn, Liam Booze, Bryce Bell, Cruz Cibran, Clark Mason, Leighton Williams, Gia Bessolo, Bella Furman, Emmie Harris, Michael Battle, front row: Candy Ran, Odeyah Rozin, Arden Katcha) at Benison Farms during the 2023 Service Week. Benison Farms is an organization associated with St. Augustine’s and the St. Thomas’ Church that promotes service and a diverse community to provide the St. Pete community with fresh produce. All week these students and faculty gardened, painted, and tended to the various plants and animals—including chickens! Freshman Emmie Harris said, “I loved volunteering at Benison Farms. Moving forward, I will now look at all of the food I eat and realize how much work was put into growing it and how much care and time and effort was put into farming all of the food that I’m given, and how some people aren’t fortunate enough to have this.” Photo via.


Shorecrest thespians (Left to right: Lauren Brumbelow, Ethan Bekurs, Sofi Rosales, Jasper Hallock-Wishner, Julia Jaramillo, Remy de Paris, and Sarah Ellis Morgan) at the State Thespians Competition in mid-March. They left with several of the highest ratings—superiors—and many of the second-highest ratings—excellents. This is just another year for the Shorecrest Troupe 3140 where they performed exceedingly well at the state competitions. Senior and troupe president Sarah Ellis said, “It was an awesome experience to be able to take our performances to the next level. I had a great time.” Photo by Lauren Brumbelow.


Shorecrest students (Left to right: Derek Baxter, Wes Ryan, Max Baschinsky, Wes Ryan, and Luke Lavoie) work on the fence at RVR Horse Rescue in Plant City, FL during Service Week 2023. RVR Horse Rescue is a non-profit organization in Plant City, FL that “harnesses the power of volunteers to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home horses that have suffered abuse, neglect, or injury,” according to their website. Students spent the week mending parts of the ranch, weeding, and taking care of horse facilities. Sophomore Maggie Brill said, “I really enjoyed RVR Horse Rescue because it gave me a new perspective on how modern day horses are treated. Seeing how the horses are treated at RVR and how they are rescuing these horses really makes me happy, and I was glad to be a part of this experience.” Photo by Jake Seymour.


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