Blue Moon Cafe

The annual Blue Moon Café fundraiser takes place Saturday, December 14 from 5 to 10 p.m. at the Passmore Hall

The public is invited to join the Whole School community for its annual Blue Moon Café fundraiser on Saturday, December 14 from 5 to 10 p.m. at the Passmore Hall. Warm up with a hot drink and decadent desserts or a delicious Indian meal ($10 per plate) while you find that special gift at the Holiday Silent Auction.

Also, mark your calendars on Friday, February 14, 2014 for the Valentine’s Gala Dinner and Dance.  This evening will be a night of food and music with a live art auction filled with beautiful artwork.

All proceeds go to the Whole School’s ongoing Build a Legacy Campaign to help it reach the $55,000 goal.

During the past few months, the Board of Directors of the Whole School conducted a survey on how well its students, who had spent a minimum of four years in the school, did once they reached high school, college and university.

The survey canvassed 21 students, some of whom had just left the school and are currently in high school and others who moved to post secondary. Out of the 21 students surveyed, 100 per cent had all achieved As and high Bs in high school and post secondary with many of them on the Honour Roll at various institutions.

For more information on these events or our school program, call 250-226-7737.

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