College grad day in Castlegar

Selkirk College holds memorable ritual for graduating students from all campuses

Corinne Postnikoff (a Selkirk College grad) prepares to photograph her youngest daughter Christina Melanie Rose on her graduation day

A day many will never forget: Graduation 2014 at Selkirk College’s Castlegar campus.

 

 

 

Upbeat optimism ruled as hard work was rewarded in a tangible way.

The future begins now for a large contingent of happy grads… their families and friends.

Noticed in the preliminaries was Corinne Postnikoff, making sure her camera was all ready to go. Corinne had enjoyed the ceremony as a grad in the 70s and all four of her children have now followed suit, with the youngest making the walk that day.

 

 

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