Cuesta College is notorious for the welding program and in the past has received outstanding awards for their amazing work.
Mary Parker, Cuesta’s retired nursing department director, coordinates a group of volunteers on the second Thursday of every month to help feed the less fortunate at the Prado Day Center. The goal of Parker’s group is to engage Cuesta students in community outreach.
The holiday season often brings an increase of hope and the possibility of miracles, which is true for Cuesta student, Riley Benado, the recipient of the miraculous and ignited hope for the future.
Waking up on the playa any crisp morning, the world is filled with every possibility. The smells of sage and palo santo burning mixes with the smell of instant pancakes and bacon while the hippies wander naked or in tutus to morning yoga workshops.