- Kenny Bridge Citizen of the Year
- More traffic than ever but less maintenance on our highways
- RDEK board showed sound leadership
- Winter road maintenance causing concerns
- Snowman stolen
- Kootenays flooding eligible for disaster financial assistance
- Flooding potential noted by RDEK
- Coroners identifies victims of motor vehicle crash
- Holiday Train lit up the East Kootenay
- Area director tries to kibosh OCP amendment
KCA Grade 9s grad in stylePosted: July 13, 2012
The Kootenay Christian Academy Grade 9 class arrived in a limo and two classic cars dressed in formal wear for a special evening planned just for them and their families during their recent graduation. One hundred and 14 people attended this amazing evening to congratulate the students on their completion of Grade 9.
The grads were treated to a dinner catered by Heidi’s Restaurant. Each student had a photo presentation shown of their lives. The staff, parents, and alumni challenged each grad to use their unique gifts and talents to serve those that they meet as they continue on in their education and to remember all the things they learned while they were at KCA. Alumni of KCA sang for the students, and one of the grade 9’s wrote and performed a song for her classmates.
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