From the President

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Welcome to the first edition of the OGA newsletter for 2019.
 
I would like to start by welcoming our newest members – the Class of 2018. This year will be full of exciting new experiences for you all, and we can’t wait to see what you get up to. Some of you have already attended your first OGA event – the Year 13 Breakfast. We hope to see you all again soon.
 
The OGA is a great way to stay connected with the College, to make new friendships, or rekindle old ones, and also to give back. We have quite a range of opportunities on offer, and there really is something for everyone.
 
If you haven’t updated your contact details in a while, make sure you do, so we can keep in touch. You can do so by clicking here.
 
We are also on the hunt for some new committee members. Don’t be scared! If you think that yourself (or someone you know) would be a good fit, shout out!
 
Until next time.

Gemma Varone (2009), President

     

 


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