From left: Isabella Burns and Olivia Davis flash smiles while wearing MOD Apparel clothing at the KSS fashion show on Thursday, April 21. — Adam Kveton Photo

VIDEO: Kwalikum students featured in fashion show

Event a fundraiser for dry grad event

Kwalikum Secondary School Grade 12 students donned some fancy duds at the school’s annual fashion show event at Qualicum Beach Civic Centre on Thursday, April 19.

Grads-to-be modelled a variety of fashion from local businesses in the event, which raised money for the KSS 2018 Dry Grad.

A silent auction featured a variety of items and a concession kept bellies full between struts down the catwalk. Young Innovate Dance Arts members were also present to peform at the event.

Anyone interested in donating to the grads can do so by donating QF Points at any Quality Foods location or donate proceeds from bottle returns at the Parksville Recycling and Bottle Depot or Qualicum Bottle and Recycling.

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