Celebration of Life on Saturday

There will be a Celebration of Life for Skye, Courtney and Baby Boy Buck on Saturday at CSS

The families have announced that there will be a Celebration of Life for Skye, Courtney and Baby Boy Buck on Saturday, Dec. 15, 1 pm at Clearwater Secondary School Gymnasium.

A reception will follow, hosted by the Clearwater Secondary and Raft River Elementary School’s Parents Advisory Councils.

As per families’ wishes there will not be an open microphone at the service.The families welcome written messages and cards at the service.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to:

The Skye and Courtney Buck Memorial Award

c/o the TRU Foundation

900 McGill Road Kamloops, B.C.V2C 0C8

Those wishing to do so may also donate online by going to: www.tru.ca/makeagift. You can designate the donation online by clicking on “In Memory of” and then entering the name of the award. If preferred one can also contact TRU’s office at (250) 828-5264 and donate by credit card over the phone if you wish to donate in this way.

The families very much appreciate and wish to thank you for your donations.Skye and Courtney had many family and friends worldwide. For those who cannot attend the celebration a recording will be posted for viewing on-line. Further details will follow.

 

 

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