The Class of 1984 returned to Prince Rupert for its 30 year reunion.

Prince Rupert’s Class of ’84 returns for reunion

On the weekend of Aug. 15 the grads of 1984 descended on Prince Rupert to rekindle old friendships and memories and make new ones.

On the weekend of Aug. 15 the grads of 1984 descended on Prince Rupert to rekindle old friendships and memories and make new ones.

Many laughs and hugs were shared over the three days with over 36 grads attending the festivities along with many spouses and children. The group met at Cowpuccinos on Friday night before moving to the golf course for a meal from No. 1 Catering on Saturday night.

Plans are already in the works for a 35th reunion.

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