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Lord Tweedsmuir student wins car from Jonker Honda at dry grad event

Karel Jonker, owner of Jonker Honda, presents the keys to a used car to Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary 2014 grad Matt Hangad. He was one of three finalists in the school
Karel Jonker, owner of Jonker Honda, presents the keys to a used car to Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary 2014 grad Matt Hangad. He was one of three finalists in the school's dry grad car draw, having the key that fit the ignition and started the car. Jonker Honda is a longtime supporter of dry grad events, and has presented 40 cars to high school grads in Langley and Surrey since 1998. The company does so to promote students celebrating their graduations responsibly at dry grad events.
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