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Trip down memory lane

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Friday, July 04, 2014

THE main highlight of today's Levuka Public School reunion celebrations will be a re-enactment of the timeline of the school events since its establishment in 1879.

School principal Nanise Tuimanono said this would be performed by the senior students at Nasau Park later today.

She told this newspaper yesterday that it would be done in a way which showcased to old scholars and those present at the event some main events dating back to the very beginning of the school.

More than 500 people are expected to converge at the much-anticipated event today.

The Fiji Police Band will lead the march and float procession from the old MH building near Nasau Park.

"It will be a float procession in houses led by Tanoa House and we should be at Nasau Park at 9am.

"This will be followed by the wheelbarrow race — five in one house — four current students and will be taped by the old scholars."


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