SGA- PB&J Service

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More than 200 students showed up to make PB&J sandwiches.

On Tuesday March 12th SGA hosted their bi-annual PB&J Service afterschool to benefit Camillus House, a non-profit organization that provides humanitarian services to Miami’s homeless population. SGA’s PB&J Service invites all students and faculty to make sandwiches that are later passed out at Camillus House. SGA President Ismara Corea is proud to report that nearly “30 clubs with an average of 10 participants each, along with about 20 staff members participated.” In total 1,637 sandwiches were made, exceeding expectations. On behalf of SGA, Ismara extends her gratitude towards all who participated. (by Amanda Echevarria)

Faculty members made over 150 sandwiches.

The service was a mix of light-hearted competition and school-wide unification.

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