Alumni games

Kwalikum Secondary fun games and fundraiser for San Diego trip

It’s that time of year again. Kwalikum Secondary School will open up the gym doors on Dec. 20-21 for the annual alumni basketball tournament.

Each team, based on graduation years, gets three games to take part in and there will be a Basketball Bash fundraiser with proceeds going to the KSS senior boys team.

The senior boys will be making a trip to San Diego over the holidays to take part in some games down south and learn a thing or two from some of the powerhouse programs there.

The fundraiser, taking place at the Artworx Gallery (701 Primerose St., Qualicum Beach) will be open to anyone wishing to come by and support the senior boys team.

Musician Wil is going to be on hand, his rockabilly style sure to entertain everyone through the night.

— NEWS staff

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