Club 71 is a not for profit organisation established to maintain connection and provide support for past students who attended Parade College with students who would, by annual progression, have completed year 12 in 1971 at Parade College Bundoora.
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2018 Annual General Meeting
Guest Speaker – John Doherty
Friends and Family Welcome – open to all
28th November 2018.
Come along and enjoy a meal and drinks and listen to a brilliant guest speaker
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John Doherty has been a Victorian Magistrate for almost 20 years. John has been acknowledged as a leading advocate of diversionary justice in Australia. He believes that courts, working in partnership with community organisations, can help promote a sense of support and empowerment within the community. John will speak on “The Parole System; how it works; and community issues”. There will also be time for questions from the floor
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2017/2018 Financial Report
For members wishing to review our Annual Financial Report, please click here
Our 45th year Reunion
– 12th November 2016
Click Here to see photos of the night
Click here to go to the 45 year Reunion page to read more
For those of you who attended the 1996 (25 year reunion at Coopers Inn (Melbourne City) just remind yourself of the great times and “memories you shared” in the attached document Comments from 1996
Check out the 1971 year 12 prize winners
Provided by Jill Marino – after discovering in Peter’s old documents
Richard Gooden offers free use of Millgrove House
Marjorie Maria Cove is available to families who need a holiday/break, but cannot afford one. There is no cost, but you do need to bring their own linen and food. This modern 4 bedroom house is in a beautiful setting on private property owned by the Pallottine Fathers and Brothers just outside of Millgrove in the Yarra Valley. It can accommodate 9 people.
It has all the usual facilities including laundry and kitchen amenities. Families are welcome to stay for a few days up to a fortnight depending on availability. They need to bring their own food, linen, towels and toiletries. Guests are expected to leave the house and surrounds the way they found it.
A strict No Illegal Drugs policy.
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Old Paradians in London
A group of Old Paradians living in London have begun holding regular meetings to swap tales and ideas about their old days at Parade and their new lives in the UK. Click here for more info