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School anniversary to unite former scholars

Ana Madigibuli
Tuesday, June 24, 2014

LEARNING the basics of being responsible at a young age while attending Levuka Primary School is a fond memory that Albert Miller will never forget.

Mr Miller, who has played a key role in the sporting arena in Fiji, highlights that attending Levuka Public School had shaped him to what he was today.

Mr Miller said some fond memories of attending the school was living in the school hostel and learning the basics of planting cassava and doing odd chores.

He said these were some of the memories former students would cherish during the 135-year school anniversary in July.

"It would be a great opportunity for us to meet with former students who now reside overseas and talk about the good old days at LPS," Mr Miller said.





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