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Pink Shirt Day in Parksville Qualicum Beach

PINK SHIRT DAY: Wichelsea Elementary students from Mrs. Austin and Mrs. Vega’s Kindergarten class — like those across School District 69 — gathered Wednesday to show off their pink shirts and bulletin-board project encouraging everyone to “respect the right to be different” for national Pink Shirt Day. - Auren Ruvinsky photo
PINK SHIRT DAY: Wichelsea Elementary students from Mrs. Austin and Mrs. Vega’s Kindergarten class — like those across School District 69 — gathered Wednesday to show off their pink shirts and bulletin-board project encouraging everyone to “respect the right to be different” for national Pink Shirt Day.
— image credit: Auren Ruvinsky photo

PINK SHIRT DAY: Wichelsea Elementary students from Mrs. Austin and Mrs. Vega's Kindergarten class — like those across School District 69 — gathered Wednesday to show off their pink shirts and bulletin-board project encouraging everyone to "respect the right to be different" for national Pink Shirt Day.

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