ERS outdoor education fundraiser planned

On Thursday, May 30, the class is hosting a pasta dinner at the school to help raise funds for transportation.

Students of Eagle River Secondary’s Outdoor Education class brave the rapids of the Adams River during a white water rafting trip. On Thursday

 

Students of Eagle River Secondary’s Outdoor Education class brave the rapids of the Adams River during a white water rafting trip. On Thursday, May 30, the class is hosting a pasta dinner at the school to help raise funds for transportation. The dinner, at 6 p.m., will be followed by a performance from the school band at 7. The Outdoor Education program helps students gain numerous outdoor skills while providing them with an opportunity to achieve certification in courses such as basic first aid and swift-water rescue. The class is planning a four-day hiking trip at Mt. Robson. For more information about the supper, call 250-836-2831.

 

 

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