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Old Girls

oldgThe Glennie Old Girls’ Association Inc. (GOGA) aims to keep Glennie Old Girls in touch with each other, to bind them in loyalty and common interest in the welfare of The Glennie School, to keep alive its high aims and ideals and, where possible, to contribute to its material progress.

Since its formation 1918, GOGA has been an integral part of the School community. GOGA provides a ‘network for life’ for its members, thus ensuring that the strong bonds formed during school, remain long after the final exam has been completed.

The Association has contacts throughout Australia and, in a number of cases, overseas.

Each year GOGA members are invited to events and are kept up to date with GOGA and School happenings through Notes and News, the Association’s Newsletter, and GOGA’s Facebook Site.

What have you been doing?

Glennie Old Girls love to keep in touch but from time to time we lose contact with our alumni. Let GOGA know where you are and what you have been up to since leaving school by completing the GOGA Update Form.

Before submitting your contact details, please read the Alumni data collection notice.  


Why not join the GOGA committee?

After the GOGA AGM on 10th November, there were a number of key positions that were vacated and opened to new members. These positions will need to be filled within 30 days of the AGM (9th December) or GOGA will be unable to operate as an incorporated association. Therefore, we are seeking nominations. Please take a moment to read this letter for more information.

 

For information

Linda Lester
President
Glennie Old Girls' Association
The Glennie School
A:  246a Herries Street, Toowoomba  Qld  4350 
E: goga@glennie.qld.edu.au