Plans under way for BCSS reunion

A reunion of all BCSS alumni will be held on the July 18-20 weekend at James McMynn Park in Midway.

Did you attend Boundary Central Senior Secondary between the years 1969 to the present? If you did then you’re invited to the BCSS 45-year reunion coming up on the July 18-20 weekend at James McMynn Park in Midway.

According to a Facebook posting by organizer Brenda Lowe the plan is simple – an informal weekend of socializing in the James McMynn Park. Camping is available on-site at $15 per night.

There will be a jam session on Friday night. On Saturday alumni can float the river or participate in ‘Midway’s Kettle River Day’ or the JLB Memorial Kettle River Run.

Baron of beef will be available at a potluck on Saturday night. An open mike and more music will follow.

For more information check out their Facebook page—BCSS 45-year Reunion.


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