Victoria’s 2020 Graduates – A Time to Celebrate

  • Jun. 24, 2020 4:12 p.m.
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Adam Yung, Benjamin Marschman, Isiah Sanchez, Finn Tomer
Teja Irvine, Kaitlyn Alerworth
Jacklyn Halaburda
Elise Neufeld, Paige Cumming, Aleida Ungureanu
Drake Erickson
Djuna Nagasaki
Ella Skillings, Megan Noyce, Julia Johnson

Boulevard congratulates the grads of 2020 on reaching this milestone occasion. We wish them all the best as they pursue their goals and dreams.

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