Kinsmen Club member Jason Kelland helped serve the popcorn and showed the students a model of what the new playground will look like.

Kinsmen Club member Jason Kelland helped serve the popcorn and showed the students a model of what the new playground will look like.

Ladysmith Primary School held its monthly popcorn day

To donate all the proceeds to the Ladysmith Kinsmen Club’s project to rebuild the playground at Transfer Beach

The Ladysmith Primary School Parent Advisory Council (PAC) held its monthly popcorn day on Feb. 6 and decided to donate all the proceeds to the Ladysmith Kinsmen Club’s project to rebuild the playground at Transfer Beach. Kinsmen Club member Jason Kelland helped serve the popcorn and showed the students a model of what the new playground will look like. The popcorn day raised $388.19 toward the new playground. “Ladysmith Primary PAC is very committed to engaging community involvement in our families and students,” said  Jen Silvey, noting that at Christmas, the school raised more than $600 for the Ladysmith Food Bank, along with “a huge amount” of non-perishable food items.