Events and Reunions 2013
How many years has it been since you left St Hilda’s? If your senior year ended in a ‘3’ (73, 83, 93, etc) or ‘8’ (68, 78, 98, etc), then it is an official reunion year for you. We have created year groups on our Facebook page for you to join. You will need to be a ‘friend’ of the OGA Facebook page first and then we can invite you to join the appropriate group. Please message us if you are part of the groups listed, we’ll gladly invite you to join them. Not on Facebook? No problem. Just complete the membership update on the St Hilda’s School website OGA page, email us at email@example.com or call Cheryl Reddy on 07 5577 7297 and she will provide you with some details about your reunion coordinator. If you are in the years that don’t appear to have a coordinator yet, we are on the lookout for volunteers, it’s great fun and we are here to help, so please call or email us.
5 year-2008 - OGA Facebook page. St Hilda’s Class of 08 - Coordinator Katie Vellissariou E: firstname.lastname@example.org
10 year-2003 - OGA Facebook Page. St Hilda's Class of 03 - Coordinator Melanie Aldridge
15 year- 1998
20 year- 1993 - OGA Facebook page. St Hilda’s Class of 93 - Coordinator Melissa Allen
25 year- 1988-
30 year-1983 - OGA Facebook page. St Hilda’s Class of 83 - Coordinator Charmian Carroll M: 0425808 634
35 year-1978 - OGA Facebook page. St Hilda’s Class of 78 - Coordinator Debbie Buckley E: email@example.com M: 0412173033
40 year-1973 - OGA Facebook page: St Hilda's Class of 73 - Coordinator Barbara Dearden
50 year + -1963 and previous years-
What a year it was!
The Centenary year started off with a fabulous Centenary Ball, over 850 guests including around 120 Old Girls attended, all dressed to the nines and ready to party. The next big event was the launch of the Centenary Book Non Nobis Solum, the book took us all on a journey through the School's 100 years, with great contributions from many Old Girls and a wonderful array of photographs. The Centenary Wall was opened by Ms Penelope Wensley Governor of Queensland, once again many of our Old Girls came along to find their names on the wall and catch up with old friends. The last event for the year was the OGA Weekend, which started off with the 100 Reasons to Party Cocktail Function. The night was a huge success with 100 Old Girls attending definitely ready to party into the weekend. One of the highlights of this event was the Fashion Parade by current students who modelled the uniform through the eras. There were lots of screams of; I used to wear that! from many of the Old Girls.