Seniors Christmas dinner a success

Thank you to all the seniors who attended the sold out Christmas dinner on Wed. Dec. 7th hosted at the Chilliwack Senior Secondary School.

Thank you to all the seniors who attended the sold out Christmas dinner on Wed. Dec. 7th hosted at the Chilliwack Senior Secondary School. The cafeteria was transformed into a beautiful dining room for the event – round tables adorned with white tablecloths and red napkins in water glasses looked very festive for the season.

Thank you to Terry McDougall, Teaching Chef, Chef Instructor Sharon Touchet, Christine Cutajar, Judith Booker who prepared the delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings and to all the culinary arts students who helped and served this delicious meal.

Proceeds go to the CSSS Culinary Arts Program. Please mark your calendar for the Seniors Bursary Dinner which will be held on Wed. May 2, 2012. Thank you.

 

Thelma Schwandt on behalf of the Committee

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