Graduates donate to PSC: Attendees of the Ponoka Composite High School 50th reunion — they graduated in 1967 — came together and raised $5,185 for Wolf Creek Public Schools to directly benefit Ponoka Secondary Campus. The cheque presentation was made Nov. 2. In the photo (l-r) are: Trustees Trudy Bratland, Kelly Lowry, PCHS class of 1967 representative Doug Hart, chairperson Lorrie Jess and trustees Brent Buchanan, Pam Hansen and Luci Henry. Hart challenged other graduating classes to continue the tradition of donating money to help support the school. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTO: Ponoka Composite grad class donates over $5,000

A 50th high school reunion for the 1967 Ponoka Composite graduates donates to WCPS

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

A 50th high school reunion for the 1967 Ponoka Composite graduates donates to WCPS

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