VIDEO: Former students say goodbye to Quesnel Junior School

Crowds gathered to look through old year books and tour the school on Wednesday, June 13

Former students returned to the Quesnel Junior School to say goodbye on Wednesday, June 13.

The school is closing this month as it is in need of repairs. Students and teachers will be relocating to Maple Drive Junior School in September.

Old year books, photos and awards were set up for visitors to browse and reminisce.

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