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Parksville grads washing cars to raise funds

GRADS AT WORK: Ballenas Secondary School students were out scrubbing cars on a hot Saturday afternoon to help pay for their upcoming grad celebrations. - LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO
GRADS AT WORK: Ballenas Secondary School students were out scrubbing cars on a hot Saturday afternoon to help pay for their upcoming grad celebrations.
— image credit: LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO

GRADS AT WORK: Ballenas Secondary School students were out scrubbing cars on a hot Saturday afternoon to help pay for their upcoming grad celebrations.

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