Kamloops Adopt-A-Grad program needs a new coordinator

Many highschool grads in Kamloops have Brenda Johnson to thank. For the past 12 years, she's run the Adopt-A-Grad program. It helps less fortunate kids get dolled-up for prom. But now, she needs a break and she's hoping someone else will take over.

After 12 years of running the Adopt-A-Grad program in Kamloops, Brenda Johnson wants a break.

Brenda Johnson runs the Adopt-A-Grad Program in Kamloops (Jenifer Norwell/CBC)

Over the past 12 years,   dozens of high school grads in Kamloops have looked great on prom night thanks to Brenda Johnson.  She runs the Adopt-A-Grad program which helps less fortunate kids with prom dresses and tuxedos.  Brenda started the program back in 2004.  Now, she's needs someone to take over.  Daybreak's Jenifer Norwell stopped by her shop, The Golden Buddha.

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