GPV graduation committee establishes legacy fund

Above, Crystal Marschner for Smoky River FCSS (black shirt) and Niki Boucher (flower shirt) for In the Woods Animal Rescue, with the GPV graduates. The GPV graduation committee donated $1,033.32 to each organization.

Mac Olsen
Express Staff

This year’s graduation committee for Georges P. Vanier has left successive committees a legacy fund, to help with charitable causes.

“They left $1,500 for forthcoming graduation services,” says Michelle Morin, the chairperson for the 2018 GPV graduation committee. “It will stay there for startup for graduation committees as a legacy fund.”

For this year, the committee donated $1,033.32 to In the Woods Animal Rescue, and an equal amount to Smoky River Family and Community Support Services, for the food bank.

The committee also purchased a legacy stone for the Richardson Pioneer Spray Park in Falher, as well as four trees for GPV.

 

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