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Ray Shepherd Elementary Principal Linda Chau, Surrey Board of Education trustee Laurae McNally and Parent Advisory Council president Aimee McDonald cut the cake at the school's 70th anniversary celebration.
Hundreds of people -- including former students, teachers and parents -- showed up to celebrate Ray Shepherd Elementary's 70th anniversary celebrations on Sept. 26.
The school, located at the corner of 16 Avenue and 136 Street in South Surrey, opened in 1949. It is named after John Ray Shepherd, a pioneer in the White Rock area who also served as a school board member for 13 years begining in the early 1930s.
The anniversary event included outdoor activities, food, a cake-cutting ceremony and fundraisers that will benefit a school legacy bench project.