There’s nothing more refreshing on a warm and sunny spring day than a pie in the face, right?
On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday last week (May 20-22), Shoreline’s Student Leadership Center held their annual Sunfest celebration. During Sunfest, there are many performances and activities for students, as well as free food and drinks! On each of these days, the courtyard was crowded with students enjoying the beautiful weather and having fun.
There was a pie eating contest, in which people see who can eat a whole pie the fastest without using their hands:
Students also had the chance to tie-dye shirts (tie-dye is a way of making a super colorful shirt):
And there was a big bouncy obstacle course for people to race through:
One student club, the HEROES Club, held a creative fundraiser for victims of the earthquake in Nepal. Students could buy paper plates full of whipped cream to smash in the faces of staff and student volunteers. In all, they collected almost $200!