Summer Rain will provide entertainment at a Feb. 22 event supporting the KSS Dry Grad. (Submitted photo)

Adult-only dance to raise money for KSS dry grad

Summer Rain, a band made up of KSS alumni, will provide entertainment

A 19-plus dance will raise money for the under-19 crowd of Kwalikum Secondary School’s Dry Grad class of 2020.

The fundraiser, which will be held on Saturday, Feb. 22 at the Bradley Centre in Coombs at 975 Shearme Rd., will be from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.

READ MORE: Musical fundraiser for Parksville high school dry grad goes March 7

The band Summer Rain, made up of past KSS graduates will perform. Extreme Eatz Food truck will be on-site providing food. There will also be raffle and door prizes and liquor sales.

One-hundred per cent of the profits from the $20 tickets, which include one free drink, will go towards the KSS Dry Grad. A total of 200 tickets are available and can be purchased from Extreme Eatery, Thalassa restaurant or from any KSS grad.

— NEWS Staff

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