The stage is set for the 2018 Dry Grad Parade in Williams Lake. Angie Mindus photo

Don’t rain on our parade

2018 Dry Grad Parade might see a little wet weather this year

Rain and cool weather will be the backdrop for the 2018 Dry Grad Parade in Williams Lake this year.

But that likely won’t bring down the mood of the Grade 12 graduates, who received accolades and scholarships during ceremonies held Friday evening at the packed Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.

Following the parade, the students will enjoy an evening of Dry Grad celebrations at the complex until the wee hours, with volunteers and businesses going out of their way to contribute to the evening.

Read more: Arena transformed into Caribbean Night for Williams Lake Dry Grad

The grad parade will kick off at 6 p.m. Saturday night.

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