Speech to Text for Winery collabs with students to reveal new wine label
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this to this. seth says: "i'm very happy i got to be a part of this. it was very stressful at times, very stressful but in the end it all turned out very well." after nearly six months of hard work the eagle point high school students finally got to see their project bridged together being sold. no two line jayden says: "i don't have the words" sagwa says: "it felt surreal almost and i would have never imagined i would have an opportunity like this so soon in my life." kiera says: "i got to work with some of my friends and making new friends in the process and even talking to students i don't socialize with and i think it grew us all together as one." jayden says: "i'm proud of myself and not only myself but my peers who have put hours and hours into this project. they collaborated with red lily vineyard and learned how to create a brand. rachel says: "they were really thoughtful about what goes into making a brand recognizable on the shelf." they designed five different labels for a wine that has never been released before and wooden caddies for them to go in. jasmin says: "it was honestly really stressful but pretty nice to know how to build them." it's helping them gain real world experience. jason says: "they've learned more through this project than at times they'll learn from sitting in the classroom. they're getting that hands on experience working in the industry. and really having to put thought into what they're creating and who they are creating it for." some even discovered what they wanted to do in the future. olivia says: "this project has really inspired me to continue my dream to be a pgotographer and i've actually started a tiny business that i'm trying to get off the ground." there were only 20 cases made so once the bottles are gone---they are gone. right now, there's less than a case left for each label design. each bottle costs 20 dollars. 50 percent of the proceeds will go to hearts with a missoion and the young artists institute. andryanna says: "now this is the very first year eagle point high school and red lily had collaborated on this project. the two plan to keep working together in the future to keep making more lables and more wines. in jacksonville, andryanna sheppard, newswatch 12." developing