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Church could have shown more Christian attitude

Editor: I attended the Brookswood Secondary School graduation ceremony at Christian Life Assembly in Langley on June 25. I am the elderly grandmother of a graduate.

The ceremony went well, with a few minor glitches, in spite of the teachers’ strike — thanks to the parents and administrators.

However, I was not impressed that we were locked out of the building until 15 minutes before the ceremony started.

We all came early, as the grads had to come early.

I believe that Christian Life Assembly could have shown a more Christian attitude by at least allowing the elderly and disabled into the hall earlier as some of us had been standing outside for half an hour.

Julie Hall,

White Rock

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