The good ole days


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  • Sunday, 16 May 2004

SEATED at a dinner held recently among my circle of friends for a teacher who was retiring, I couldn't help but be struck by the camaraderie that existed between him and several ex-teachers who had turned up for the function. 

As they exchanged stories of the times they had shared back in the sixties and seventies, I realised that the man we were hosting had served the school for almost 34 years! 

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