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Chimo Days a popular Vernon Secondary event

Students and staff from Vernon Secondary School participated in the annual Chimo Days event, held in the school's gymnasium.

The event, which has been held at the school since the 1970s, is designed to bring school spirit to both students and staff.

Teams are chosen and competitors take part in such hilarious events as eating marshmallows and crackers, chug-a-lugging a can of pop, scrambling for shoes and weaving bodies through a hula hoops.

 

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