Improv and banana cream pie!

The graduation class at Fernie Secondary School recently had an Improv/Pie Auction fundraiser on March 29 and it was a huge success.

Improv at Fernie Secondary School

The graduation class at Fernie Secondary School recently had an Improv/Pie Auction fundraiser on March 29 and it was a huge success.

Students Jen Harrison, Mike Lipkewich, Chris Elia, Jake Holmes, Linden Gigliotti, Liam Faucher, Zane Sweeney and Ben Grimsrud all showed off their improv skills.

The fundraiser ran smoothly thanks to help from Ms. Sinclair and Mr. McIntyre, who was also the auctioneer and was very entertaining. He even convinced someone to bid $150 for a banana cream pie.

The winner of the iPad was Logan Lightburn from Jaffray and winner of the Easter Basket was Lori Giacometti from Cranbrook.

 

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