Cheers



to the volunteers that helped transform the curling rink into a beautiful hall for the class of 2016 Grad dinner. Cheers to the community members that came to watch and applaud the grads as they made their march, what wonderful community support! Cheers to the classic car owners who came to line our streets and provide a backdrop for photos. Cheers to the teachers that brought our grads to this point. Cheers to the chefs club for the delicious dinner, and to the grade 11 volunteers (and their parents) that served and cheers to the speech makers that entertained us. Cheers and tears for the parents that are becoming empty nesters. Double Cheers and congratulations to the grads of 2016. This is the start of the rest of your lives. Continue to make us proud.

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