Lake Cowichan School graduates in style on June 22

Jenn Pollner with her niece and nephew, Maddy Williams and Brody Mahaney, just before the grad ceremony starts.
Amber Eddy is escorted on the red carpet leaving the 2019 Lake Cowichan Secondary grad ceremony, Saturday, June 22.
Thank yous and presentations from the grad committee are given by Maddy Williams, Amber Eddy and Allan Alves.
Divinity Genovese Arbic gets a big hug before going in to her Lake Cowichan Secondary graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 22. (Malcolm Chalmers photo) Divinity Genovese Arbic gets a big hug before going in to her Lake Cowichan Secondary graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 22.
Ella McCoy escorted by Cole Chalmers to her LCS grad 2019 Saturday, June 22.
Maddy Williams, Brody Mahaney and Olivia Skinner during the candle walk. (Malcolm Chalmers photo)
Maddy Williams, Brody Mahaney and Olivia Skinner during the candle walk.
Meaghan McKechnie arrives on the back of her Kawasaki Ninja motorbike, in her grad dress and heels.
The Address to the Staff is given by Olivia Skinner, Meaghan Mckechnie and Kendall Bergstrom at the 2019 Lake Cowichan Secondary grad.
Tejay Shabaiash arrives to grad with Aislinn Ferris and her mom’s 1966 ford Mustang.
The Lake Cowichan Secondary grad class of 2019 toss their hats into the air in celebration. (Malcolm Chalmers photo)
The 2019 Lake Cowichan Secondary graduating class.

The Lake Cowichan School graduation class enjoyed ceremonies in their honour on Saturday, June 22.

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