Puntledge 50th anniversary tea Friday

after-school tea for all former students and staff members on Nov. 28 from 3:30-6 p.m.

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École Puntledge Park Elementary is celebrating 50 years in Courtenay, with an after-school tea for all former students and staff members on Nov. 28 from 3:30-6 p.m. The event will take place in the Puntledge gym and will give alumni a chance to reconnect with classmates and teachers to celebrate 50 years of Puntledge Park history.

Guests will have a chance to visit their old classrooms, hear some student music performances and reconnect with the past.

A donation to the school’s Everybody Deserves a Smile Campaign would be appreciated. The campaign is still in need of men’s outerwear (toques, scarves, gloves/mittens and wool socks).

 

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