Tea anyone? Two LVR graduates shared a cup as they travelled Baker Street in the back of a pick-up truck for the 2013 edition of the cavalcade.

Nelson’s class of 2013 struts their stuff

L.V. Rogers graduating class of 2013 traded caps and gowns for glam Saturday as their celebration continued.



L.V. Rogers graduating class of 2013 ditched their caps and gowns for dresses and tuxes for the grand march and cavalcade held Saturday afternoon.

More than 200 Grade 12 students paraded around the Nelson and District Community Complex strutting their stuff for family and friends who attended cameras and tissues in hand.

After a short dance, the celebration moved into the streets of Nelson where the grad class paraded for the community attending the ever-popular cavalcade.

 

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