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Nunber of surveys completed - 17.
Only takes a couple of minutes to complete, 30 seconds if you are fast. Please assist. WE NEED YOU!
In deciding when and where to hold the 50th re-union in 2023 it would be really helpful to get early feedback from classmates on preferred timings and any further ideas to where to hold the event. If you could take a couple of minutes and fill in the survey it would help guide our collective thinking.
We will have a further poll to determine the final selection of dates and venue based on the various suggestions put forward.
You can locate the survey under 50th Re-union 2023 > Initial survey
Brainstorming meeting to discuss ideas for 50th Re-union
Catch some brainstorming ideas for 50th Re-union from some of your classmates under 50th Re-union 2023 > 50th Planning
Any further ideas please contribute to Forum or put your ideas down on the 50th Re-union 2023 > Initial survey
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