CALEDONIA graduates Zoe Bevan, Shayla Hudson and Jaiden Dennis talk with local senior Kay Derksen at the Happy Gang Centre to learn from her advice and experiences. The visit at the was part of their “Adulting” class, taught by Kristin Redpath, which shares about basic life skills such as budgeting, renting an apartment, choosing a life partner and healthy living. Derkson emphasized budgeting and good money management in her conversation with the students, sharing her experiences of how she bought a house just five months after being married. Jackie Lieuwen photo

Terrace grads get words of wisdom

They sat down with seniors at the Happy Gang Centre to learn from their experiences and advice

By Jackie Lieuwen

They sat down with seniors at the Happy Gang Centre to learn from their experiences and advice

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