Yesterday's St. Bernard's exchange also served as a fundraiser for the Mellowpuff Trust which supports young people in Taranaki who are dealing with serious illness. It was great to see the 1st XV don the Mellowpuff Pink and do it justice and see so many of our students make a donation on the day.
This photo was a part of a photo shoot and video session at the College yesterday promoting the AIMS Games. The games take place every year bringing 10.500 primary school students from 320 schools together to celebrate a wide range of sports. We were chosen as part of the promotion because of our reputation for sporting development but looking at this pic you can't help thinking the setting may also have helped.
It is that time again, the annual NPBHS Exchange. It is all happening next Wednesday at the College so we have included a programme of events for those who might like to come along and support their teams.
Calling all Old Boys! A number of people have been asking about the possibility of holding a 60th Jubilee for FDMC in 2019. In order to access the level of interest in such an event it would be really appreciated if you could fill out the attached form. This is just an initial step and we won't be holding you to any promises. We have tentatively suggested Queen's Birthday Saturday (1/6/2019) as a possible time for the event but please let us know your thoughts by filling out the form at this link:
Expression of Interest Form
Thanks to Bill Kilkolly for these photos of the early days of Cadets at the College. The price of freedom is eternal vigilance, and a bit of rifle practice.
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