Center Stage: Glee Club Spring Break Tour, Day 1
Breakfast is provided in the morning at the Hyatt Regency hotel.
Sophomores YeChan Lim and Jordan Friend pick out their breakfast from the buffet.
Sophomore Maxx Wright finishes his food.
Juniors Ryan Straut and Clint Beuchler wait to board the bus.
Glee Club Director Bill Griffel warms up the guys for a service at Christ Episcopal Church in Los Altos.
New Men Trevor Peters, Patrick Montgomery, and Adam Tarko relax in the sunshine before the service.
A group of sophomores poses for a quick picture in the courtyard.
During the service, the guys participate in the liturgy as well as contribute a few songs from the Glee Club repertoire.
Sophomore Grant nice mingles with a member of the congregation after the service.
Advancement Sir Austin Welch and Director Bill Griffel present Eric Tuan, our contact with Christ Episcopal Church, with a signed photo of the PVGC.
Junior Jake Shapiro and Senior Jay Josephson proudly eating Lunchables on the bus.
Juniors Dylan Simpson and Clint Buechler enjoy the bus ride to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Juniors Dylan Simpson and Clint Beuchler enjoy the bus ride to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Senior Mark Spence stands next to the enormous suspension cable cutaway.
After exiting the bus, the group makes the 1.7 mile trek across the bridge.
Some of the guys stop for a picture before beginning the walk to Marin county, on the other side of the bridge.
Senior Mark Spence and Junior Clint Buechler run to catch up to the group after getting sidetracked looking at the view of the bay!
The weather is unseasonably good for our tour of the bridge. Typically it is cold, rainy, and foggy this time of year. Here a lone cloud of fog passes over the tower.
This group of guys stops for a photo - more than half way there!
The entire Glee Club gets together for a group picture on the other side of the bridge.
Our Golden Gate tour is capped off with some singing.
Daily Student Perspective: Zach Stewart
Our trip to the Golden Gate Bridge was beyond phenomenal. As a future civil engineer, it was an amazing experience crossing such a marvel of structural and architectural engineering. As I crossed the bridge, I got a breathtaking view of the San Francisco skyline. In the city, you never really understand how large and magnificent it is, but with that kind of view, you really appreciate the presence that the city has. It was a wonderful day spent with great friends, and I certainly won't forget it.