A living memorial for Calrossy
The Old Girls garden is a special place on the Brisbane Street Campus where we remember our Alumni who have passed away. The garden was originally created by the Calrossy Old Girls Union in memory of Jean Bell (Thompson 44) and Miss Smith Headmistress 1952- 1960.
As Calrossy continues to reach out and reconnect with our Alumni across all eras of our history, we have become aware of Alumni who have sadly passed and we are working to include these names in the garden.
Our school has grown over the last 22 years and we have plans that are well advanced to establish a similar area on the William Cowper Campus for an Old Boys Memorial.
We now need some help from you, our Alumni, to help us keep the living memorials and special places for many years to come. Please contact Michael Wilson School Development Coordinator on 02 5776 5100 - firstname.lastname@example.org or via messaging our Calrossy Anglican School Alumni Facebook Page.
Our school is looking forward to sharing plans and keep our Alumni updated as we progress.
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