PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville

Ballenas Secondary grads paraded around Parksville on Sunday, June 28. (Michael Briones photo)Ballenas Secondary grads paraded around Parksville on Sunday, June 28. (Michael Briones photo)
Ballenas Secondary grads paraded around Parksville on Sunday, June 28. (Michael Briones photo)Ballenas Secondary grads paraded around Parksville on Sunday, June 28. (Michael Briones photo)
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville
PHOTOS: Ballenas Secondary grads celebrate with rally through Parksville

Ballenas Secondary grads celebrated with a special rally on Sunday, June 28, driving through the city.

Michael Briones of the PQB News captured the accompanying photos of the day’s festivities. Congratulations to the grads and their families.

READ MORE: Ballenas Secondary 2020 grads stage modified ceremony in Parksville

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