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Hugh McRoberts students are finalists in BCAA dry grad video contest

Senior students at Hugh McRoberts are continuing the tradition of dry grad celebrations—and are in the running for a $4,000 prize.

A student-made video raising awareness of the dangers of impaired driving has made the Top 5 in the B.C. Automobile Association’s annual Dry Grad Video Challenge contest.

Students from the grad committee of McRoberts, the only Richmond school in the final, are now hoping online voting will catapult them to first place.

In last year’s contest, McRoberts students earned second place.

Voting and viewing can be done at bcaa.com/campaigns/dry-grad.

Voting began Wednesday and ends Dec. 5.

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