MEMBERS of the ACS Old Girls Incorporation Limited launched their 65th anniversary celebrations in Suva last week.
Sponsored by BSP Life, HFC and Vodafone/Newnet, the group of former students said they had planned a week-long event for their much-anticipated anniversary beginning September 28.
"It was only in 2010 that the old scholars resolved to get into a serious commitment and invest in real estate and what we have achieved now is a tangible realisation which speaks volumes of our historical bond as a sorority," said the former students' president, Adi Litia Qionibaravi.
With former students having spread throughout the globe, the anniversary is expected to host former scholars coming in from all over the world.
Executive committee member Lanieta Ditoka said: "Former students of Adi Cakobau School span the nation, the Pacific region and the globe and the anniversary is expected to see many of former scholars abroad welcomed back home."
An official opening for the major event of the week will be on October 1 when a planned march will take place from Ratu Sukuna Park to 27 Knollys St, where the association's headquarters is located.
There will also be a welcome church service prior to the march, public lectures at USP, a "decade night" and market days for the old girls to look forward to.