When psychology freshman Peyton Varner was 11 years old, she couldn’t comprehend that the unsheltered individuals she saw living on the street wouldn’t receive any Christmas presents. That year, she asked Santa Claus only for items that she could give to those living on the street, and this led Varner to take the first steps toward establishing Pea’s Blessing Bags.
It started as an internship for landscape architecture seniors Michael Aguas and Nicholas Tuttle. By the end, it became a dream.
Kelly Trom firstname.lastname@example.org A little taste of San Luis Obispo culture could be found at Edna Valley Vineyards on Saturday night in the form of the Sexual Assault Recovery and Prevention (SARP) Center’s signature fundraising event, Evening with an Artist.…
On Saturday, non-profit organization One Cool Earth and the Cal Poly Environmental Council teamed up to pot 50 Madrone trees and 500 Redwood trees, and picked acorns to plant Oak trees.