Reunions and Events

2020 Events

OGA Awards Cocktail Evening

OGA Awards Cocktail Evening - Saturday 24 October

 

Milestone Reunions

The wings of school friendship span decades and oceans and our reunion weekends are much anticipated by so many of our Old Girls.

As you are aware, we had rescheduled our reunion weekend once in 2020, in the hope that when September came around borders would be open and Old Girls the nation over could have attended. There was a glimmer  of hope albeit briefly this might be possible.  Sadly, noises are now being made by political leaders that our borders may remain closed until Christmas.  With many of you expressing, if this was the case, that you would prefer to wait until more of your cohort  can attend, we have decided to postpone the reunion weekend to next year (when we will aim for two reunion weekends).

We won’t set a date at this stage and will need to see what the next few months bring.

Thank you to everyone who has contacted us; you have given us clarity about your preferred course of action.

Keep in touch; keep your contact details up to date and we hope to see many more of you in 2021.

Kind regards

St Margaret’s Alumni office

For those of you that have already purchased tickets, these will be refunded.
Enquiries can be directed to the St Margaret’s Development Office on (07) 3862 0768 or email: OGA&alumni@stmargarets.qld.edu.au

 

OGA Chapel Service and Morning Tea

 

CANCELLED

Professional Women's Network (PWN) Series

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PWN 4 - Thursday 8th October 2020

Breakfast with guest speaker Caitlin McConnel ('07)

As Senior Associate in the commercial litigation, restructuring & insolvency and agribusiness & food industry groups at Clayton Utz, Caitlin acts for liquidators and administrators, as well as a range of private and government clients in respect of complex commercial litigation, corporations law and administrative law matters.

Caitlin maintains a strong passion for the preservation of agricultural history and the advocacy of issues pertaining to Queensland's agricultural future, which stems from her rural upbringing. Alongside her work as a lawyer, Caitlin is also a sixth-generation grazier, and an historical spokesperson for her family, who live at Cressbrook Station near Toogoolawah. The McConnel family at Cressbrook are the oldest identified family business in Queensland and one of the oldest in Australia, and will celebrate 180 years of custodianship in 2021.

Caitlin is an inaugural Director of the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Association of Queensland (RNA) Foundation, Chairperson of the RNA Future Directions Committee and  a Non-Executive Director of the Future Farmers Network.

Date: Thursday 8 October 

Time: 7.00am arrival for a 7.15am start - 8.45am finish
Location: St Margaret's Anglican Girls School, 11 Petrie Street, Ascot
Format: Sit down breakfast (COVID safe & socially distanced)
Tickets: $80 Adult, $40 Student (tertiary, Year 10 -12)

This will be a COVID Safe event with social distancing required. Tickets are limited.