Hearts Day Festival: Getting in the Valentine’s Day spirit

ASB’s annual event celebrating the romantic holiday fills students’ day with love and fun.
From L to R: Gabriella Castellano, Melany Sierra, Natalia Navarro, Jimmy Martinez and Anaiya Green enjoy the days festivities on the quad.
From L to R: Gabriella Castellano, Melany Sierra, Natalia Navarro, Jimmy Martinez and Anaiya Green enjoy the day’s festivities on the quad.
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Hanna Berson (L) and Maya Diaz sell Valentines Day pins to promote and fund the Karaoke Club.
ASB hosted its annual Hearts Day Festival during lunch on Feb. 14.
Hanna Berson (L) and Maya Diaz sell Valentine’s Day pins to promote and fund the Karaoke Club. (THE MIRROR | FARAH ALSIBAI)
From L to R: Ms. Milagro Medrano, Ms. Elizabeth Torres and Ms. Michelle Park hang out on the quad, listening to the fun music and enjoying the vibrant environment.
Multiple clubs set up around the quad to sell a variety of Valentine’s Day-related items. The items sold included tote bags, flowers, photo booth pictures, heart sunglasses and more.

 

 

From L to R: Ms. Milagro Medrano, Ms. Elizabeth Torres and Ms. Michelle Park hang out on the quad, listening to the fun music and enjoying the vibrant environment. (THE MIRROR | FARAH ALSIBAI)
From L to R: Emily Serrano, Jullien Spiridon, Alexandria Pashayan, Eli Elkouby and Isabella Mendoza celebrate the days festive vibe together on the quad.

As students walked around browsing the club’s tables and making their purchases, love songs blasted through speakers on the victory stand.

Sophomore Krystelle Arcinas is a member of the Sophomore Board and helped to make the tote bags they sold. She described Hearts Day as a very rewarding experience.

“Hearts Day was super fun, and I was especially glad to see people want some of the things I helped make,” said Arcinas.

ASB member and senior Samara Augustine explained that Hearts Day is a great way for students to come together and have a good time.

“Hearts Day Festival allows our student body to share the love and support our clubs every Valentine’s Day,” said Augustine.



From L to R: Emily Serrano, Jullien Spiridon, Alexandria Pashayan, Eli Elkouby and Isabella Mendoza celebrate the day’s festive vibe together on the quad. (THE MIRROR | FARAH ALSIBAI)
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    abelFeb 16, 2024 at 1:45 pm

    great better than RRMS val day

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