Letter: Thanks to volunteers of RSS 60th anniversary celebration

We would like to thank you for inviting us to your sixtieth anniversary of the High School.

Rossland Secondary School and Parent Advisory Committee,

We would like to thank you for inviting us to your sixtieth anniversary of the High School.

It was very special for our classes of 1951 and 1952.

We were very impressed with the tour of the school led by two knowledgable students Clara and Alexandria.

They easily answered our many questions. We also found the school clean and well kept also it was well equipped for the numerous classes.

The Parent Advisory Committee, teachers, staff and students did a great job organizing this event with many pictures and memorabilia of days gone by.

The cakes were delicious and beautifully decorated with the grad pictures of 1952 and 2012.

We are proud to be from Rossland High School.

Thanks very much,

Grad classes of 1951 and 1952

 

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