Bands leave for music festival

SKEENA JUNIOR Secondary School band parent Rob Geier was up early this morning. He's driving the band to Richmond this week for a national music festival.

SLEEPY-EYED students said goodbye to parents early this morning as a a bus and a van pulled out of the Skeena Junior Secondary School parking lot bound for a music festival in Richmond.

Members of the Skeena Junior Secondary School band program will be joined by Caledonia Senior Secondary School students and students from Thornhill Junior Secondary School at the national MusicFest Canada event.

The Skeena students will play one concert at an elementary school along the way before spending the night in Williams Lake.

MusicFest Canada is mainly based in Eastern Canada but is held occasionally on the west coast.

 

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