Grads leave a legacy

The Clearwater Secondary School grad class of 2017 donates a surplus from its fundraising to two worthy causes

Clearwater Secondary School grad presents a $500 cheque for the Skye and Courtney Buck bursary.

Main photo: Two representatives of the Clearwater Secondary School grad class of 2017 present a $500 cheque for the Skye and Courtney Buck bursary. Skye was a teacher and coach to many of the grads, who wanted to help more students with their future plans. Pictured are (l-r) James Freeman, Sarah Porter, Cathy Dekelver, Tracy Buck and Brent Buck.

Left: Grad class representatives present a $500 cheque to Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital Auxiliary for equipment purchases or the TV/music fund. Pictured are (l-r) James Freeman, Sue Ludtke, Reita Vandenborre and Sara Porter.

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