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The Great Give

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Amidst the seemingly never ending divisiveness that plagues our community such as racial tensions, COVID-19 policy controversy, and the tendentious actions that lead to the Coming Out Against Hate Forum at PRHS, there is irrefutable proof of a strong, connected, and loving community in Paso Robles, joined by students, teachers, and all members of our community.

This in-depth section will illustrate the juxtaposition of divisiveness to the many great powerful acts of service seen from students, staff, and other members of our community.  This includes Freshman Brandon Nguyen who dedicates over 65 hours of his time volunteering, ACT club that actively pursues the rights of students on campus, and JOOI, an entire club dedicated to bettering the community by organizing events like road cleanups or participating in toy drives.

On top of the clubs and students, there are also a number of faculty members who dedicate their time for the community.  Tim Gearhart is a school board member who teaches chess to elementary school kids, Ivan Huff, a cross country coach who has been coaching since 1986, Jennifer Bedrosian who instructs six separate subjects, and Bob Mahoney, a campus assistant who has been volunteering at PRHS for 17 years.

Lastly the dedicated community members like Brandon Stier who informs citizens through the PRotect Paso Facebook page, or a clinical psychologist Susana Lopez and former bearcat who was one of the first members of the pastoral Youth Commission, and Juanetta Perkins, a member of the diversity committee, BSU, and a coach of two different sports.

One may never know the true impact of their dedication to serving others.  Even the smallest actions can create the largest change in any community. These people don’t do it for the praise, but hopefully this in-depth section will shine a light on only a small number of community members who have given the greatest gift of all– their time and service to the ones who need it most.

 

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Kalani Gaviola, Editor-in-Chief
Kalani Gaviola, senior, is one of the Editor-in-Chiefs of Crimson Newsmagazine, as well as co-InDepth Director. This is her second year as Editor-in-Chief and InDepth Director, and her third year in Crimson. Outside of Crimson, she is a varsity Cross Country and Track athlete, ASB Staff and Student Director, and an enjoyer of creative writing, reading, and drawing.
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