Besides visiting the world renowned Museum of Tolerance, sophomore students also stopped at the Grove, Oct. 17. English teacher, Andrea Donaghe, and her husband, Scott Donaghe, have taken this trip many times.
Although a favorite tourist destination, the Grove also holds a farmers market. Behind the shopping and entertainment, there is a wide array of cultures, flavors, and scents. From mediterranean food to sushi, the farmers market provides a wide diversity of foods.
Jewel Chandler, ’21, has been to the Grove with her family before, but loved being able to experience it with her friends. She says trip helped her learn more about her friends.
“I have been to the Grove multiple times before, but this trip was by far the most fun one that I’ve been on yet!” Chandler said. “Being able to bond with my friends, truly was an awesome thing! We are always stuck in a classroom together, but you really get so see how unique every one is when you are in a foreign environment.”
Brennen Tozlian, ’21, has never been to the Grove before, and was happy with his experience. He looks forward to returning to the shopping center.
“I have never been to a place as nice as the Grove,” Tozlian said. “The culture was absolutely fabulous, and there were so many different kinds of people. The market place was very neat, and there was such a wide variety of food, and style! It really helped to lighten the mood after going to such an eye opening museum.”
Donaghe plans on taking this trip for years to come, so students will have the privilege of experiencing the Grove’s diverse and rich culture.
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