Twice-Told Tale

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Twice-Told Tale

Twice-Told Tale

All content by Sarah Finfrock and Rebecca Reif
(Left) Mead
Botanical Garden
was hit hard by
Hurricane Ian.
Many areas of
the park were
flooded for

months. Addition-
ally, the park

is still seeking
grant money for
recovery from
hurricanes in
2004. Photo by
Sarah Finfrock.

Connecting with Nature Locally

Sarah Finfrock and Rebecca Reif, Copy Editor/ Director of Photography
March 28, 2023
(Above) Each group of seniors was assigned a 90-second clip of a song they had to
perform. Some of the songs included were, “Call Me Maybe,” by Carly Rae Jespen,
“I Want it That Way,” by The Backstreet Boys, “Shut Up and Dance,” by WALK THE
MOON, and “Shake it Off” by Taylor Swift. The winning group was the black swim
caps which swam to “I Want it That Way.” Many of the groups personalized their
dances based on the interests and skills of the group members. The white caps had
many cross-country runners, so they incorporated the cross-country team flag into
their routine. The green swim caps also included flips in their routine because many
of their members were experienced in doing flips. Photo by Rebecca Reif.

Seniors Make a Splash

Sarah Finfrock and Rebecca Reif, Copy Editor/ Director of Photography and Editor in Chief
October 13, 2022

(Above) When the Alabama Hotel closed, after being owned by several generations of the LaChance and Schenck family, the space was renovated from 1980-1981. During this time, the hotel transformed from guest rooms that hosted luminaries, to a 19-unit condominium. Today, the Alabama is still a condominium, and a two bedroom, two bathroom, 1,245 square foot condo runs for around $800,000. There are currently 12-units in the Alabama, where the units are all updated, and residents have shared amenities, such as a pool and lake access. Photo by Rebecca Reif.

Winter Park Hotels Embody the City’s Charms

Sarah Finfrock and Rebecca Reif, Editor-in-Chief and Director of Photography
September 30, 2022
(Above) Goat yoga is popular through various social media platforms, which Alaska Farms take part in.
They have an Instagram account,, as well as a Facebook page. Various guest
experiences are illustrated through these platforms, and individuals also enjoy posting their
encounters on their own social media. For Alaska Farms, social media is used as a form of
advertisement, giving both new and old customers a small glimpse of what their experience may
entail. It also shows their values as people and as a business, and it most importantly allows
people to stay connected with Alaska Farms, and vice-versa.

Ancient Yoga Practices Take Modern Form

Sarah Finfrock and Rebecca Reif, Co-Editor and Director of Photography
January 14, 2022
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