Founders & Benefactors Service and Dinner 2022

Diana Puljic, Warwick Bisley and Andria Zanotto

 

Ormond College Master, Lara McKay welcomed over 150 students, alumni and guests to the College Chapel and Dining Hall on Sunday 10 April, 2022 to celebrate and thank College Founders & Benefactors. It was the first time in three years we were able to celebrate the occasion.

4th year Medicine student and scholarship recipient, Ardeshire Sahmeddini spoke of his appreciation for the support and collegiality he had experienced during his time at the College since moving to Australia from Iran.

 

Ardeshire Sahmeddini

 

Other highlights included the first official performance of the Ormond College Pipes! Students Hugo Bernard, Max Maccioli and Alex Meggit performed three songs including Waltzing Matilda. Nathalie Wilder with vocals and Emma Murphy on the keyboard also performed a stirring rendition of Cold Chisel’s Flame Trees.

On behalf of all students and families who are beneficiaries of the generosity of the Ormond Community, thank you for your ongoing support.

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