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Timberline’s Grade 12 class whoops it up on the foreshore Saturday afternoon as they pose for pictures just prior to the school’s first-ever prom, celebrated at Strathcona Gardens in “The Enchanted Forest.” - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Timberline’s Grade 12 class whoops it up on the foreshore Saturday afternoon as they pose for pictures just prior to the school’s first-ever prom, celebrated at Strathcona Gardens in “The Enchanted Forest.”
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

Timberline’s Grade 12 class whoops it up on the foreshore Saturday afternoon as they pose for pictures just prior to the school’s first-ever prom, celebrated at Strathcona Gardens in “The Enchanted Forest.”

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