Mr. Speaker, recently, Penticton Secondary School celebrated its 100th anniversary in my riding of Okanagan—Coquihalla.
Schools can be so much more than just bricks and mortar. In the case of Pen Hi, as graduates affectionately know it as, this school has been the heart and soul of the community, graduating future community leaders, and creating memories and friendships that can last a lifetime.
It was very rewarding to see so many graduates gather from far and wide to pay tribute to a true legacy asset in the city of Penticton.
I would like the House to join me in recognizing the volunteer committee, who put on an incredible anniversary event that made our whole community proud.
As graduation is again around the corner, may we all wish our future community leaders well, as they pursue their hopes and dreams all across this great country.