Moama Anglican Grammar School’s 10th Anniversary Dinner has been declared a rousing success, with 150 people attending the Friday night event.
Moama Bowling Club’s The Venue room was proudly decorated in school colours by school parent Lisa O’Connell and set the tone for what was a night of laughs and memories.
Guests enjoyed musical performances from students Heidi Moncrieff (Year 10) and Samuel Hill (Year 9), as well as a special guest performance by the Tori Pannett Quintet, a band made up of MAGS music tutors.
Board Member and the evening’s Master of Ceremonies Mark Pearce introduced a number of guest speakers, including Foundation Principal Andrew Pullar and Foundation Board Member Fran Galvin OAM.
Business Manager Jenny Martin, whose three children attend Moama Anglican Grammar School, provided a historical presentation which showed those assembled just how far the school has come in 10 years.
Former Murray Shire Council General Manager Greg Murdoch, who played an instrumental part in MAGS’ history, also spoke during the evening, alongside Alumni and other community members.
The dinner followed a busy day of celebrations at Moama Anglican Grammar School, with Foundation Day Services held on Friday morning.
We looked forward to the next 10 years at Moama Anglican Grammar School.