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Old Guildfordians' Annual Dinner 2017

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Date 2017-10-07
Time 18:00 
LocationSchool Dining Hall
Guildford Grammar School
11 Terrace Road
Cost $65 each for groups of two or more, $75 each for single tickets.
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Yes, it’s time to reunite with old school friends at the Old Guildfordians' Annual Dinner.

This dinner is for former students of Guildford Grammar School only and is not a partnered event. The Classes of 1967, 1977 and 1987 will also be celebrating their reunions.

Discount for early bookings:
Take advantage of the early booking special of $65 per person by 14 September. Tickets bought after this date will cost $75 each. Dinner tickets represent excellent value and include your 3-course meal, beer, wine and soft drink. There is even a port service to enjoy at the end of the night.

Old Guildfordian of the Year and Speaker:
Dr Ottaviano has become a champion of positive environmental change, working most recently with Carnegie Clean Energy, the only company in the world to offer a combination of wave, solar, wind, battery storage and desalination via microgrids. He has been with Carnegie since 2006 and, during his time as Managing Director, Mike has overseen the company’s development of its CETO Wave Energy technology, from proof of concept to operation of the only grid-connected wave project in the world, and raised $140m in equity, debt and grants. He also led Carnegie’s recent acquisition of solar/battery project developer, Energy Made Clean. Mike is a director of ASX-listed wearables developer Nuheara and WA film agency Screenwest. He was previously a member of the Australian Government’s Energy White Paper Consultative Committee and a Board Member of the Clean Energy Council, Australia’s clean energy peak industry group. Prior to founding Carnegie, Mike was a senior manager at KPMG focused on advising clients on innovation and product development.

Bookings must be finalised by Thursday, 28 September.

6.00pm Chapel Service.
6.40pm Wreath Laying Service.
6.50pm Drinks.
7.30pm Dinner.

Black tie or jacket and tie (medals may be worn).

A complimentary bus service is available with the pick-up points as shown below.
The bus will return to these locations (in reverse order) when the evening is over.
Passenger numbers are limited, so please select your preferred pick-up location
if booking online, or call (08) 9377 8522 to book your seat.
4.34pm - Cottesloe
Meet at the Bus Stop near Grant Marine Park
(on Grant Street between Margaret Street and Marine Parade).
4.43pm - Claremont
Meet at the Bus Stop on Gugeri Street opposite the Thirsty Camel Bottle Shop
(connected to the Claremont Hotel on the corner of Bayview Terrace and Gugeri Street).
4.52pm - Nedlands
Meet at the Bus Stop in front of Hollywood Senior Citizens Village, 118-120 Monash Avenue
(near the corner of Smyth Road and Monash Avenue).
5.09pm - South Perth
Meet at the Bus Stop on Mill Point Road in front of the Liquor Barons Bottle Shop
(connected to the Windsor Hotel near the corner of Mends Street and Mill Point Road).

David Williams
Tel: (08) 9377 8522
Fax: (08) 9377 9218
Email: og@ggs.wa.edu.au

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