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Despite family and professional obligations, many had travelled far to be there on the night, most notably Amarash Dayanandan (Perth), Michele Mc Grady (Melbourne), Leonora Anderson (Melbourne), Rebecca Mair (Tamworth), Matt Watts (Tuncurry), Joanna Holland (Merewether) and Libby Brindley (Newcastle).
The 61st anniversary is not like the 50th, or even the 60th .
It is not easy for some to come to the event and our numbers will decline.
Retirement and privacy laws make contact difficult over the years, so we beg all grads to keep in touch through the Alumni Association, and to give us any information about “missing” members, or ideas to make our 50th Anniversary in 2014 a spectacular production.
The 45th reunion of 1964 medical graduates was held on the evening of Saturday 24th October at Sydney University.
This initial get-together was followed by a 3 course dinner in the Great Hall.
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Following the first course the congregation rose as one to sing, with great gusto and enthusiasm, three traditional university songs accompanied by Amy Johansen on the Great Hall organ.
We met at the Art Gallery with Mr Justice Roddy Meagher to view and discuss with him his collection - started when a senior schoolboy - which was a singular experience.
We then walked down Science Road in the spring sunshine to lunch at the Union Withdrawing Room.
Jules Black assumed his traditional role as Master of Ceremonies and Margaret Lorang provided useful reunion information together with recommendations for future year reunions.
The organising committee consisted of Margaret Lorang, Peter Malouf and David Gibb and was greatly indebted to the Sydney University Medical Alumni Association who were responsible for sending out invitations for the reunion, booking the venues and making accommodation arrangements for regional and overseas attendants. Graced by a beautiful Sydney spring afternoon, the class of '99 - the penultimate full six year cohort prior to the introduction of the Graduate Medical Program - convened in the beautifully renovated Anderson Stuart courtyard with a punctuality that might have surprised our former gastrophysiology lecturer and Dean, Professor John Atherton Young.