Bloom serves breaky

The graduating class from Charles Bloom Secondary School will hold a drive-thru breakfast Tuesday, Oct. 27.

The most important meal of the day will help Lumby high school students.

The graduating class from Charles Bloom Secondary School will hold a drive-thru breakfast Tuesday, Oct. 27.

“This is a major fundraiser for the class, with the proceeds going towards the dry grad event held in May,” said Bill Grahn, one of the organizers.

The event runs between 6 and 9 a.m. in the Sheardowns Super A Foods parking lot.

“The cost for the breakfast is by donation, and with that you receive a fresh cup of hot coffee, a hot breakfast sandwich and home baking, fruit and yogurt,” sad Grahn.

“So whether you’re going to work, coming home from work, or just want to have a healthy, wholesome breakfast, come  to Lumby and help support the graduating class of 2016.”


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