From the President: November 2022

Old Girls' Association President Gemma Varone
Welcome to the November edition of the OGA blog.
 
I would like to start by officially welcoming the Class of 2022 to the Old Girls’ Association! Finishing school is such an exciting milestone and marks the beginning of your next adventure. To those of you with exams on the horizon, we wish you all the very best.
 
We only have a couple of events left for the year, including our much-anticipated Golden Girls Luncheon. It’s one of the highlights of the year at the College, and I know so many of you are looking forward to catching up with one another. 
 
The OGA is also on the hunt for some new committee members. If you think you (or someone you know) would be a good fit, please email us at [email protected]. We’d love to have some new faces on board next year.
 
Until next time,

Gemma Varone (2009), President

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