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The La Salle Sentul Old Boys Association is hoping to raise money to upgrade the school.
THE La Salle Sentul Old Boys Association is inviting former students to have fun while raising funds at the Back to School Anniversary Dinner on Sept 21.
SMK La Salle Sentul is a partially-aided school which was founded in 1950.
La Salle Sentul Old Boys Association president Magandran Muthiah said the dinner was also to celebrate the school’s 63rd anniversary.
“The funds raised will be used to assist the school and its students. We hope to upgrade facilities such as the computer lab and library,” he said.
Magandran said they would also like to assist needy students.
The association’s secretary, Don Darrell Agustine, said they were hoping for a big turnout from the La Salle Sentul boys.
“We want to get everyone together so they can meet
with students from different batches.
“We are also hoping to identify the oldest Sentul La Sallian,” he said.
Don added that guests would include the association’s adviser and former school principal Reverend Brother Ambrose Loke.
Several other former principals have also been invited while Deputy Education Minister P. Kamalanathan is expected to be the guest-of-honour.
The event will be held at the school hall on Sept 21 beginning 7pm.
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