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Hamilton Teachers' College Reunion

Hamilton Teachers' College Reunion

Name: Hamilton Teachers' College 1976 Reunion - 30 Years On
Web address: http://alumni.waikato.ac.nz

Description: Celebrating the Hamilton Teachers'' College now the School of Education at the University of Waikato. The Reunion invites all those students, staff and associated staff of the College from the intakes of 1974-1976 - the weekend will see returning Alumni members and present University staff celebrating the past 30 years.

Location: School of Education, University of Waikato

Time/programme: Friday 1st December: Powhiri 5.30p
Te Kohinga Marama marae - Gate 4 - followed by Registration. Opening Ceremony 7.15pm - Performing Arts Academy. Saturday - Cabaret 7.30pm. Sunday - 9.30am Plaque unveiling - 10.30am Memorial Service and Roll Call - Final Luncheon.

Cost/booking details: Registration $25 for weekend - paid on arrival
Need to buy lunch on Saturday. All info for booking accommodation on campus on Alumni site.

Email: panda@waikato.ac.nz or ph: (07) 838-4466 Extn 6265
Sponsor name: Still to be confirmed
Date: Friday December 1st to Sunday December 3rd 2006.
Contact Details:
Name: Ms Cheri Waititi
Position: Lecturer
Company: University of Waikato

Arts & Language Dept School of Education

PBag 3105
Suburb: Hillcrest
City: Hamilton


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