KSS grads launch annual fundraiser

Firewood sales moving briskly as weather turns wintery

Tyson Young (left) and Jack Mitchell are among the KSS students selling u-cut firewood as a fundraiser.

Tyson Young (left) and Jack Mitchell are among the KSS students selling u-cut firewood as a fundraiser.

The Kwalikum Secondary School graduating class are busy selling u-cut firewood again and the $40 pickup truck loads are going fast.

They set up by the power lines on Memorial Avenue by the “Welcome to Qualicum” sign.

To take advantage of the great deal and grad fundraiser, people must bring their own chain saw, safety gear and the skills to safely cut the wood. Permits are issued on site.

Teacher and grad parent Lil Rasa pointed out they are even taking some custom orders to split, deliver and stack a cord of seasoned wood for $200. Call Mike at 250-927-1010 for info.

 

Grads and volunteers will be at the site Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.