OGA News and Reunions

OGA News and Reunions

Welcome to the St Hilda’s Old Girls’ Association

Old Girls’ Association Reunion High TeaBook Here
The St Hilda’s Old Girls’ Association has pleasure in inviting Old Girls to attend a High Tea during the Old Girls’ Association Weekend in November.

1957 60-Year Reunion
Saturday 11 November 2017
Reunion luncheon to celebrate the Seniors of 1957, to be held in the Boarder’s Dining Room at St Hilda’s School.
Coordinator/RSVP: Marian Perdriau Michael (Pedro) 0419 654 955 perdriau@bigpond.net.au

1967 50-Year Reunion
Coordinator: TBA

1977 40-Year Reunion
Coordinator: Annabelle Alexander
Email Annabelle for details

1987 30-Year Reunion
Coordinator: TBA

1997 20-Year Reunion
Coordinator: Peta Warby

2007 10-Year Reunion
Coordinator: Melanie McGuire
Email Mel: melmcguire@gmail.com

The St Hilda’s Old Girls’ Association (OGA) provides a recognised means of communication between past and present students and other school support groups; to promote social interaction between Old Girls; and to promote a permanent interest in the life, activities and progress of St Hilda’s School.

At Senior Graduation, all students are automatically offered membership. The school is supported by an alumni community which is actively involved in mentoring, socialising and supporting the school through fundraising. Past students who graduated before 2007 are invited to apply for OGA membership at any time and membership is free. Please complete the registration form under Links.

10th Anniversary Sherilee Ramsey Memorial Basketball Game – Ramsey Family win 6th year in a row!

 


MEETING AND LUNCH

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CLASS OF 1996 – 20 YEAR REUNION

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CLASS OF 1976- 40 YEAR REUNION
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OGA BRISBANE LUNCH
Saturday 20 August
OGA Luncheon Aug 20, 2016

1966 50-YEAR REUNION LUNCH
Saturday 20 August
Group photo Maxine Chandler

 

University of Queensland – Women’s College, Brisbane on 23 March 2016. Left to Right: Genevieve Maurer (2014), Hannah Hori (2014), Kate Tobiano (2013), Ambrose Hartl (2015), Mrs Sally-Anne Atkinson, President of the Council of The Womens College (Kerr 1959), Amy McIlwraith (2015), Peta Morton (2015) and Tegan Lerm (2015)

 

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