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Trinity News : July 2010
from left: The Bund, Shanghai Mr Ken Wong & Justin Wu) | Mastering the art of Chinese calligraphy in Xian | A traditionally dressed young woman outside of Guilin The inaugural Year 12 Father and Son Breakfast on March 24 was a great success, as fathers and their lads gathered in the Dining Hall and over a convivial breakfast further enriched their association with the School. So favourable were the comments made that this function no doubt will become a permanent item on the School Calendar. The gathering was addressed by several fathers who in their remarks showed how the School had benefted their sons. The Breakfast is the inspiration of Mrs Voula Amditis, on behalf of the Summer Hill Auxiliary, who in her speech pointed out that much is provided for the mothers, it was appropriate that the Fathers should have something provided for them also! Our thanks are due to Voula for her efforts, and also for those who were her willing helpers to bring the event about, namely, the Head Master Mr Milton Cujes, Senior Master Mr Peter Green, Messrs Brian Lyle, Master of the Senior School, and Stephen Heanly, Community Relations. | Ron Ogier top: Mr Timothy Galea with son Alexander (12La) middle: At the Inaugural Year 12 Father and Son Breakfast left: Reverend Ken Fischer, Mr Brian Lyle (Master of the Senior School), Mrs Voula Amditis (President, Summer Hill Auxiliary), Mr Jack Houssarini, Mr Steve Sparke (Vice President P&F) and Mr Kon Zarkos EWS 27 YEAR 12 FATHER AND SON INAUGURAL BREAKFAST