Stanley Humphries hosts rugby play day

All proceeds from the barbecue will go towards funding the marketing class’s trip to Vancouver.

  • Apr. 30, 2015 12:00 p.m.

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The Stanley Humphries secondary school Marketing 12 class has partnered up with the school’s rugby teams to put on an event for the students and members of the community who want to watch this newly revived sport live.

Not only can you come down to the school field to watch a fast-paced game on Friday, you can also have an amazing lunch of hamburgers and hotdogs. Lunch is being provided by the Marketing 12 class, and the sponsors who made this event possible: Shoppers Drug Mart, Steve’s No Frills, and Safeway.

All proceeds from the barbecue will go towards funding the marketing class’s trip to Vancouver. Games start at 10:30 a.m. with the first SHSS game at 11:15. Come support your local high school team and other teams coming from communities in the surrounding area. Participating schools include Mount Baker, J.L Crowe, L.V. Rogers, Selkirk Secondary, Grand Forks Secondary, and Mount Boucherie.

 

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