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Trinity News : December 2013
38 TRINITY NEWS It is hard to believe that this is the final edition of the Trinity News for 2013. Where did this year go? With ten class reunions, two regional reunions, the Trinity Ball, the OTU Dinner, Old Boys’ Day, Sportsman’s Luncheons, Berea and Christian Ministry Reunion, Gala Concert and many more, it was certainly a full calendar! I would like to thank the OTU, and in particular, Mr Ric Otton and Mr John Williams for all their work with organising the OTU Dinner at Le Montage. Also deserving of thanks are all the volunteers of their respective year groups for assisting with the organisation of the class reunions. Once again, these were a great success! Have you updated your details on line lately? Have you done something new, different or exciting that you can share with us? We would love to hear from you, so please go to our Homepage and click on the Community Directory. You can easily reset your password, or please feel free to just email me: firstname.lastname@example.org with any information. Just a reminder that our 2014 Golf Day is on the 27th March at Concord Golf Club. Please join us for a round of golf and dinner with fellow Trinitarians. Get a team of four together and have a great day! I wish you a Merry Christmas and hope that your New Year will be a most enjoyable one. | Stephen Heanly FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE OTU Each year the OTU awards a scholarship to the son of an Old Boy from Year 10 currently attending the school, as well as one to the son of an Old Boy who will enter Year 7 in the following year. Candidates applying for the Year 7 scholarship do not need to be enrolled at Trinity at the time of application. Both scholarships are partial. The Year 10 scholarship is for a boy’s academic schooling in Years 11 and 12. The Year 7 scholarship is for Years 7 to 12. Interviews of this year’s candidates were conducted in September. The candidates all presented extremely well. Congratulations to James Douglas (11La) from the Year 10 cohort applying at the time, and to Daniel Chu (6Hi), who is currently attending the Trinity Preparatory School. On the 30th November, the OTU will once again man the barbecue at the Trinity Fiesta. Any Old Boy who can spare an hour to assist on the day please contact me on mobile: 0417 936 329 or email: email@example.com. Please note that Old Boys will be able to purchase OTU centenary jackets from the OTU stall at the Fiesta. The price is $140. All proceeds are used to fund projects within the School. The Centenary Thanksgiving Chapel Window, a gift to the School from the OTU, was made and installed in time for the Remembrance Day Services held on the 8th and 11th November. The artist, Mr Rod Marshal, has done a great job is designing and constructing the window and it is a fitting tribute to the many old boys who have attended Trinity over the last one hundred years and especially to those who lost their lives in the service of our country. A photograph has been included on the cover of this edition. Events to make a note of for early next year include: the OTU versus the School in summer sports, the Generations Breakfast and the Trinity Golf Day. The Golf Day is scheduled for the 27th March 2014. The Generations Breakfast on 4th April 2014 is open to all Old Boys who have children attending the school. Ric Otton | President ALUMNI THE HEANLY REPORT S t ephenHean l yR i cOtton