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School prepares for 135 anniversary

Ana Madigibuli
Monday, May 12, 2014

Levuka Public School is to celebrate its 135 years anniversary with about 400 ex-scholars expected to be part of the reunion in July.

Ex-scholars from as far as the US, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and England anticipate a bigger and better celebration to be held in Levuka.

Levuka Public School old scholars Levuka branch president Mathew Robinson said they expected more people this year compared to the 2009 celebration.

"We would like to encourage young ex-scholars to be part of the celebration and to also take part in the organising of the event," Mr Robinson said.

"Most of the time the older ex-scholars organise the reunion and most of them have passed on, so we need to get the younger members to organise this year."








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