Paige Bell, Aayanna Kurucz and Emma Bennett help sort and bag cans and bottles for the MRSS dry grad on Saturday morning. (Neil Corbett/THE NEWS)

Maple Ridge secondary dry grad hosting fundaiser

Bottle drive Saturday at MRSS

Students and parent volunteers with the Maple Ridge secondary school dry grad are running a bottle drive on Saturday until 2 p.m.

Their hope is to raise $1,500 toward the graduation party this year, and they are sorting and bagging all types of recyclable drink containers at the school parking lot.

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