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2014 graduates of Fernie Secondary School celebrate

The Fernie Secondary School's class of 2014 marked the first group of students who entered the high school in Grade 7 to graduate.

Sixty-one students walked up the steps to the stage at the Fernie Memorial last Thursday afternoon to accept their diplomas, as well as any scholarships and bursaries they had been awarded. Speaking at the ceremony was School Board Trustee Frank Lento, Fernie Mayor Mary Giuliano, District Superintendent Lynn Hauptman and Principal Bill Johnson. Valedictorian Adam Doka took the time to thank individual teachers and staff members for their support and talked about the amazing memories the entire graduating class had formed during their time at Fernie Secondary.

 

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