Volume 1, Issue 2 - November, 2011

Sunday 20th November 2011

Association dinner cancelled!

The Association Committee contacted over 300 past St. Albans Tech school students with an invitation to attend the launch dinner planned for November 12. Unfortunately, due to a disappointing response, the dinner had to be cancelled.

However, for all those who expressed an interest, everything is not lost! An informal get together will be held on Friday, November 25, at the Galli Estate Winery restaurant, located near the corner of Melton Highway and Leakes Road, Rockbank. Come along, share a few drinks and meet old schoolmates!

http://vuscalumni.blogspot.com/

School Council to get the 50th anniversary moving!

Dianne Hayes has been appointed by the VUSC School Board as Chair of the four-member Community Liaison Group. On 9 November, Ms Hayes attended a Board meeting to discuss appointment of a chairperson to manage the 50th anniversary of the St. Albans Tech school. School staff will be invited to participate in the running of the committee to plan, organize and conduct the reunion. The Alumni Association will provide full support to the committee to ensure a successful event.

Your help and participation would be greatly appreciated! Contact the Association Secretary if you want to be involved. E-mail: VUSCassociation@hotmail.com

Also refer to the Association Blog: http://vuscalumni.blogspot.com/

Association website almost ready

The Alumni Association website, developed by the Allardice Group in Blackburn, is undergoing final development and testing. It is anticipated that the website will be launched some time in December. The website will be linked to the existing VUSC website under the History & Alumni link.

http://www.vusc.vic.edu.au/history-and-alumni.html

The test website can be seen at: http://vuscaa.allardicewebsites.com/

Make this Newsletter work!

The Alumni Association Newsletter intends to inform past students and staff of St. Albans Tech of ongoing and upcoming activities within the Association and the VUSC campus. To make this newsletter work, send in your articles and photos, and share interesting anecdotes with everybody.

Be involved!