The votes are in! This year’s theme is Viva Las Vegas!
The Decorating Committee will need some help organizing and building decorations beginning this Sunday, November the 25th, from 2 pm to 5 pm at chimney Valley School. This is a chance to come on out and lend a hand.
We are still looking for people who are willing to lead the Security and Activities committees. Come and get involved and have fun!
Dry Grad General Meetings for Grad 2019
GRAD AND GUEST BAGGAGE COLLECTION
Takes place Thursday, June 6th, 2019 from 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm at the Cariboo Memorial Complex through the Small Arena Entrance near Boitanio Park.
THINGS TO PACK IN YOUR BAG:
Comfy clothes, shoes, gown/suit bag with hanger (both should be labeled with your name & ID#), a camera(optional) and any toiletries; i.e. deodorant, brush/comb, hair ties or toothbrush. We may have coat racks for the gowns. Parents can pick up gowns/suits between 12:30am -1:00 am at the main entrance, or the gowns/suits can go home with you at the end of the night.
MEDICATIONS: Over the counter medications (Tylenol, Advil, etc.) or prescription medications must be in original sealed containers with the students name on the label.
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
ALCOHOL, DRUGS, ENERGY DRINKS OR BEVERAGES OF ANY KIND! REFRESHMENTS ARE PROVIDED ALL NIGHT.
This is called DRY GRAD for a reason. All bags brought to the Complex will be thoroughly searched. Any items found will be confiscated and you may not be allowed to participate. We do not refund fees for those that do not abide by the rules. Your school principal will be notified. Candies, gums and cigarettes must be in original sealed packaging or they will be disposed of. NO E-CIGARETTES ALLOWED.
If you choose to bring your luggage on the night of Dry Grad, you will be detained in a separate line-up and will have to wait for your bag to be searched. PLEASE BRING $15.00 FOR THE LATE FEE THAT WILL BE CHARGED.
IF YOU ARE NOT PICKING UP YOUR GRAD
You will need to fill out the following form.
If you haven’t already signed up to help the night of Dry Grad, or one the committees, we would love to hear from you⏳. Volunteer names need to be on the MASTER VOLUNTEER LIST and have a Criminal Record Check (CRC) completed to help. Those not on the list may be unable to help unless we have someone you know to verify you are not a risk to the grads and their guests. If you already have a CRC for working with youth and children, i.e. SD#27, Interior Health, RCMP, Ministry of Children and Family Development, etc.
💻📞If you have not been contacted by a team leader or scheduled, you can either send a private message to this Facebook page or an email to Angie Brinoni, Dry Grad chair and we can forward your info to the appropriate team lead.
See our Facebook page for current information, Williams Lake Dry Grad.
Please share this with those who may not have had a chance or an opportunity to come out to a meeting.
Our committee is hard at it already, planning the event that will celebrate the accomplishments of the class of 2019!
Activities: We still need a chair for our activities committee. This committee plans fun activities that will leave you happily exhausted, and not just because haven’t slept all night.
Baggage: Jackie Davies is our team leader and will need a lot of help to inspect, sort, retrieve and return bags. Come on out and led a hand so your grad can be comfortable all night.
Clean up; We are still in need of a clean up leader for Sunday Morning decoration take down.
Decorations: We are excited to have three people leading our decoration committee this year. Deb Trampleasure, Liselle Pierce and Rya Enns will be working creatively to bring the students chosen theme to life.
Donations: Tami Bonner is again our team leader for donations, and she will be needing student and parent help to canvas business.
Foods: Cheryl Gossen is team leader and will be needing many volunteers to keep all our students well fed.
Fundraising: We still need a leader for this committee. Last years leader has made an excellent instructional binder and is willing to assist this years fundraising leader.
Parade: Karen Sokolan is our Team leader, volunteers will be needed to help her with this committee.
Prizes: Lynn Samson is again heading up our prize committee a big thank you to Lynn for her many years of hard work ensuring every grad gets a gift.
Security: We need a leader for this committee. The leader of this committee and their volunteer staffs job is to keep everyone safe and sober.
Below is a rough schedule of events so you can begin to plan for this exciting time.
Lake City Secondary School Friday, June 7th
Maranatha Christian School
Cariboo Adventist Academy,
Dry Grad Saturday, June 8th, 2019
Parade starts at 5:00 pm
Dry Grad event:
Family time, 7-9
Food & dancing 9-11
Major activities & pool (& food & dancing) 11pm-4am
Raffle prizes 4am-4:30am
Go home 4:30am-5am
If you are interested in finding out more or to get involved in this great event come to our next meeting on Monday November 5th at 6:30 pm at the LSS Carson campus commons..
With Gratitude…WL Dry Grad 2018
WILLIAMS LAKE DRY GRAD
What is Dry Grad?
Dry Grad is a fun night where graduating students get to celebrate their achievements in an alcohol-free and drug-free environment, which happens on Saturday, June 9, 2018.
Activities for graduates and guests will include: prom /dancing; various games and activities; entertainment; great food, and much, much more.
- Cariboo Adventist Academy
- Lake City Secondary School
- Maranatha Christian School
Location of Dry Grad
The entire Dry Grad event takes place in the Cariboo Memorial Complex. The Grad Parade takes place in the streets adjacent to the complex. When the construction is complete at the Cariboo Memorial Complex, a new parade route map will be created for 2018.