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FSS students celebrate graduationPosted: July 11, 2012
Outgoing Fernie Secondary School students celebrated their accomplishment with a graduation banquet, with entertainment, on Thursday, June 28 and then entered the ‘real world’ following their grad ceremony on Friday, June 29 in Fernie.
Fernie Mayor Mary Giuliano delivered the traditional Mayor’s Message to the graduating students, including to her son Brandon.
“It was quite interesting as he said he actually heard what I said and he wasn’t embarrassed; it was very lovely for me to be able to do that,” she said.
Photos courtesy Mary GiulianoTags: 2012 graduationFernie Secondary SchoolMayor Mary Giuliano
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