Searching for the 1987 KSS grad class

Organizers of a 30-year class reunion are trying to track down Kelowna students

Time to bust out the mullets and big hair to celebrate three decades since that final high school bell.

Organizers are looking for grad ‘87 members from Kelowna Secondary School for its 30 year reunion.

The reunion will be an informal stand-up event held at The Harvest Golf Club followed by an informal beach BBQ the following day.

The organizing committee of the 30-year reunion for the KSS class of 1987 is looking for all grade 12 students to attend the reunion on July 21, 2017 and are also welcoming any staff that were at the school in 1987.

“It’s been difficult to track down everyone – even with Facebook – especially those who have changed their last names,” said Nicole Rustad, co-organizer of the event. “We’d love to at least ensure that all former grads or those attending their Grade 12 year in 1987 at Kelowna Senior Secondary know about the event.”

For more information, click here or find their Facebook page by searching “KSS grad 87- 30 year reunion.”

Being a grad ‘87 reunion, you may also contact Nicole the old fashioned way at 250-212-0774.

 

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