The OTGA aims to serve the interests of Old Trinity Grammarians, provide them with a network of communication, foster support for the School and to provide OTGs with ongoing employment and community service links.
An opportunity to connect and say thank you from the Old Boy Community and the OTGA
Calling all Ex- and Current Service Personnel
The OTGA will host an afternoon to thank all Old Trinity Grammarians’ who are ex-service and current service personnel at the Kew RSL on Wednesday 1 May 2019 from 3.00pm. Please consider joining us for this informal catch up where we can show our appreciation.
We also welcome all old boys who would like to join us in saying thank you.
To RSVP please contact Sharon Kendall by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 9854 3668.
There will be no cost to OTG ex-service or current service personnel, canapes will be provided for all in attendance, drinks at own cost for non-service personnel OTG.
The Cathedral Range is a simple two hours’ drive from Melbourne. All current and past members of the Trinity family are welcome.
As per the successful Mt Langhi Ghiran trip, we plan to have a base camp and do one of several possible day walks on the Saturday. The main walk will be the iconic Southern Circuit (10.5km 5hrs) or, for those prefer a gentle amble, the Little River track (flat,1 hr), Friends Nature Trail or sit by the fire/river.
We camp at Ned’s Gully on the Friday and Saturday nights. It is a picturesque site with plenty of room, good camping and fire-pits (BYO wood).
Please join us for both nights or just one night. If the previous base-camp is any indication, Saturday night will be a feast. Last time everyone over-catered and shared excellent food (the advantage of a base camp).
If you are (or might be) interested in attending, please register your interest www.trybooking.com/au/event/474477. We will make contact with you four weeks before and let you know the finer details, including who will be attending.
This walk is open to all OTGs. Last time we had OTGs from ’79 to ’94 and this time we have received interest from recent leavers.
Richard Harrison (OTG1980)