West Vancouver's Collingwood school
was alive with activity last Saturday as students,
parents and friends alike came to play in the sunshine at
the school's annual spring fair. Complete with pony rides,
games, activities, karaoke, shows, displays, music and food,
this celebration really gives the PNE a run for its
money. The event was extra special for the grads of
2005 as they mark their last days as students and head into
final exams, and life after high school.
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their time in the sun were Collingwood 2005 grad class
students Kate Rybachuk (left front), May Ushikubo (left
back), Beth Miller and Salvador Miranda.
|Pretty as a picture.
Desiree Evanshen (left), little Megan Munroe and big
sister Brooke Munroe soaked up the rays.
|All the gals love a
man in uniform. Vanessa Drake (left), Felicity Hoeberechts
and mom Lindsay Hoeberechts posed with one of West Van's
finest, Const. Tony Gabrielle.
|There's a girl group
in the making here as Aesha Young (left), Hailey Reeves,
Jennifer Chew and Heidi Hoeberechts took to the karaoke
stage to sing Britney Spears' "Baby One More Time".
|They're young and hip
and ready to conquer the world - right after they finish
finals. Best wishes to the grad boys of 2005. Clockwise
from front left: Taehoon Kim, Chris Whittle, Malcolm
Ert, Jack Sword and Nick Miller.