The wheels on the bus go round ‘n’ round

Valley Journal Advertiser - - NEWS/OPINION - The Avon View Voice

All driv­ers of the new bus would be vol­un­teers from the school and each one would ob­tain the proper train­ing and li­censes. In that sce­nario, a team would only have to pay 50 cents per kilo­me­tre, sav­ing money.

The main form of fundrais­ing is an on­line lot­tery for of prizes. Tick­ets are $10 each, three tick­ets for $20, or five tick­ets for $30. The first-prize is a $4,000 travel voucher, sec­ond-prize is a new We­ber bar­be­cue ($1,000 value), and the third-prize is a Sealy mat­tress and box spring set val­ued at $1,000. The draw will be held at Avon View High School on Dec. 18.

The school is look­ing to reach alumni from AVHS, Wind­sor Re­gional High School, and Hants West Re­gional High School to help sup­port this cause. If in­di­vid­u­als live out­side of Nova Sco­tia, they should con­tact the school to pur­chase tick­ets. Think of it this way, even if you lose, you’re still sup­port­ing a great cause. We need a bus in the AVHS park­ing lot by 2020, the project’s end goal.

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