Liberation ceremony: Jake Bijl plants a tulip bulb with Ponoka Secondary Campus teacher Ron Labrie looking on in front of the school Oct. 30. The planting of the bulbs, 75 in total, is part of the school’s recognition of next year’s 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands in WWII and the expression of appreciation to Canada through a gift of tulips. Other guests that assisted in the ceremony were Albert Meyer, Rick de Wolde, Sybil Evans, Barb Olsen and Mayor Rick Bonnett. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Tulip planting ceremony at PSC

Bulbs should bloom in time for 75th anniversary of liberation of the Netherlands

Liberation ceremony: Jake Bijl plants a tulip bulb with Ponoka Secondary Campus teacher Ron Labrie looking on in front of the school Oct. 30. The planting of the bulbs, 75 in total, is part of the school’s recognition of next year’s 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands in WWII and the expression of appreciation to Canada through a gift of tulips. Other guests that assisted in the ceremony were Albert Meyer, Rick de Wolde, Sybil Evans, Barb Olsen and Mayor Rick Bonnett. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

By Jordie Dwyer

Bulbs should bloom in time for 75th anniversary of liberation of the Netherlands

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