Grad class hosting Halloween Dance

Grad Class of 2016 have a number of events going on throughout the school year

The Grad Class of 2016 have a number of events going on throughout the school year.

Top of the list is their Halloween Cabaret Dance at the Fall Fair Hall on Saturday, Oct. 31.  The dance will be run by the parents of the grads – with the grads doing all the decorating, setup and cleanup.  Tickets are $10 and all proceeds go towards fundraising for their grad dinner and dance which is going to be held in Barriere on the weekend of May 27 and 28, 2016.   Dance tickets are available from all 2016 Grads or at Barriere Country Feeds.  There will be prizes for best costumes, as well as numerous door prizes.

In November the Grads will be taking orders for poinsettias, fresh wreaths, holiday planters and miniature trees for your tabletop.  Please call Glenda at 250-318-0636 if you would like to place an order but haven’t had a Grad stop by your house.  Orders are due Nov. 20, and will be ready for pick up/delivery on Friday Dec. 4.

The Grad Fashion Show is scheduled for Thursday, April 21, 2016.  Mark it on your calendar –it’s going to be great!

The 2016 Grads would also like to thank everyone in advance for making donations at the liquor store for Dry Grad.  The class is going to Playland at the PNE after the dinner and dancing is done.  One last adventure together before they all head out into their various post secondary and career paths.

Grads will be continuing their fundraising efforts throughout the year, and will keep the residents of Barriere informed of their goings on.


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