Students strut their stuff

Kwalikum Secondary School fashion show to highlight the latest fashions

KSS Grade 12 students Raini Bevilacqua (left) and Sarah Nishide (right) will be modeling some of the latest spring fashions

A major grad fundraiser, the annual Kwalikum Secondary School (KSS) Grad Fashion Show is fast approaching.

A favorite spring evening event for the community, the fashion show at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre, April 24, will see graduating students showcase new fashions from 30 local businesses throughout District 69.

Student designs will also be presented on the catwalk.

Models have been busy getting fitted with their outfits and other volunteers have been taking care of details to make sure the event goes off without a hitch.

The students will be performing MC duties, music, selling tickets and working at the various stations throughout the night.

There will be a silent auction and chocolate concession during the show which starts at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 24.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased by phoning KSS at 250-752-5651.


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