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LETTER: Kudos to community-minded companies

Grade 12 students responsible for a positive grad prank at Clayton Heights Secondary poses with the evidence – a new dogwood tree and flowers in a large decorative planter they worked on in secret over the weekend. - Contributed
Grade 12 students responsible for a positive grad prank at Clayton Heights Secondary poses with the evidence – a new dogwood tree and flowers in a large decorative planter they worked on in secret over the weekend.
— image credit: Contributed

To the editor;

Re: ‘Positive prank’, June 27

Thank you so much for the story about the positive prank.

The students worked really hard on this, but what didn’t get reported was how the community pitched in, and in this day and age, that’s really important.

Arts Nursery donated the Dogwood tree and Cloverdale Paints donated a lot of the paint. Kudos to these community minded companies.

Karen Inglis

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