KSS grad Zachary Swanson, top left, waves from a sidecar while parading with passenger Marissa Weir on Saturday, June 3. — Adam Kveton

VIDEO: Kwalikum Secondary School on parade

Grad class of 2017 ride in style through Qualicum Beach

It was all ballroom gowns and tuxedos in Qualicum Beach on Saturday, June 3 when the Kwalikum Secondary School grad class of 2017 took to the streets for their annual parade.

While there was plenty of glam, there were more than a few unconventional rides delivering the high school students to their dry grad party at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre.

Family, friends and residents lined West 2nd Avenue and converged on the red carpet at the civic centre, where the grads strutted their stuff as an anouncer kept them posed and ready for photos, pointed out their fashion choices and ushered them in.

For more photos, check out our Facebook album at www.facebook.com/pg/PQBNews .

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