PASS grad set for June 16

Alternate school to hold event a Pheasant Glen

Graduates of the class of 2010 at Parksville Alternate Secondary School.

The PASS (Parksville Alternate Secondary School and Continuing Education Centre) graduation ceremony will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 16 at the Pheasant Glen Golf Resort in Qualicum Beach.

The public is invited but asked to get tickets from the school before June 9. The ceremony is free to the public, followed by a $30 celebratory dinner. Call 250-248-2969 or stop at the office at 223 Mills St. behind Starbucks for tickets or more information.

CEAP (Collaborative Education Alternative Program) is holding a very small graduation ceremony Wednesday, June 29 at Pacific Shores starting at 12:30 p.m.

 

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