St. Paul's Co-educational College Alumni Association

Welcome Message

Dear Fellow Alumni,

The calendar reads 2015, and this is year we have been waiting for with great anticipation.  This is the Centenary for our alma mater St. Paul's Co-educational College, and what a great first 100 years it has been!

A multitude of events have been planned by the Centenary Celebration Committee, which comprises members of the School Council, your Alumni Executive, and representatives from both the Primary and Secondary Schools.

A complete list of these activities have been uploaded to both the School's and the Alumni Association's websites.  Please familiarise yourselves with these exciting events and mark your diaries to attend.

The event which has been drawing the most attention to date is the Gala Dinner, which will be held on 20 December 2015.  Although we booked both grand halls at the Convention Centre and will have a capacity of around 330 tables, people are concerned, and rightly so, that there will be a rush for tickets and there may be more people than seats available.

By the time you read this message, you will have received notifications via email or other means to let you know how the table booking process will be conducted in a fair and orderly manner.  In fact, owing to the fact that this is the Centenary year, you may be getting more emails from us than usual.

Best wishes to everyone for the Year of the Ram.  I look forward to seeing you all at these and other AA events throughout this year.


Philip Wang To Leong  梁弘道 (1965)
Chairman
SPCC Alumni Association


Foreshore Walk - Bondi to Coogee

Date :   8 June 2015

Activity: Foreshore walk from Bondi to Coogee
Distance: Approx. 6 km
Feature: This is one of the most popular walks in Sydney. Along the way during this time of the year, we might be lucky enough to spot whales migrating north past Sydney for breeding near Hervey Bay! For more detail, check the following website: http://www.mapmywalk.com/au/bondi-new-south-wales/6-18km-walk-bondi-to-coogee-route-2580662
Lunch: At the end of the walk, we'll gather at Coogee Bay Hotel for lunch!
Gathering venue: Bondi Lifeguard Tower
Time: 10 am
Point to Note: Participants are advised to carry 1 litre of water and wear a hat because the route is pretty exposed.
RSVP: 3 June, 2015
Leader: Terence Choy
Please book your dairy and let us know how many of you would be joining in this activity and particularly for the lunch so that we can plan for the venue. Kindly respond to this email or call us for more info.  Regards

Terry 0414326333
Ronnie 0420220591
Fred 0406563323

On behalf of the NSW SPCCAA Committee

Happy Hour Gathering 26th June 2015

We are pleased to announce that we have secured a new venue for the upcoming happy hour gathering on 26th June 2015 (Friday).

6° is a contemporary lounge located at the heart of Wyndham Street and the entire first floor has been reserved for the SPCCAA.

Please find attached flyer for more details.

BAUHINIA BOWL CHAMPION

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR YOUNG ATHLETES AT SPCC!

SPCC has been named the Overall Champion for the BOCHK Bauhinia Bowl Award* – a highly coveted award among 191 co-educational schools.

Three cheers for all our sports teams: Badminton, Basketball, Cross-Country, Fencing, Football, Swimming, Table Tennis and Volleyball! Together they have earned an outstanding score of 199 points over the year, ahead of the next school by 21 points. This success is attributed to their hard work and strenuous training and most of all, their dedicated coaches and teachers.

The school is thrilled with the exceptional performances of our young athletes. Team spirit is flying high and we look forward to keeping this passion for sports alive at SPCC.

* The BOCHK Bauhinia Bowl Award is organised by the Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Secondary Schools Regional Committee of the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation and aims at promoting school participation in inter-school competitions. The Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Secondary Schools Regional Committee includes most of the local, ESF and international schools.

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