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Friday, 14 January 2005

Treasurer Ray Chang hosts Christmas dinner party for executives on Saturday
December 18, 2004

A gourmet’s delight it was with succulent meat tenderloin and shrimps and a host of other culinary delights to tease the palates of the executives and their better halves.

What a way to end the year with a thank you to the spouses for their support over the years and to the youth members of the sponsored soccer team which came off a very successful year with two championship Trophies and ended the season with a tour to Miami to challenge the your Georgians there.


Also had as a surprise the attendance of coach Clifford Brown and 6 members of the St. George’s College basketball team on tour with the Jamaica national team.

 The photo display of the recent Miami Soccer tour and also the basketball visit drew much attention from the gathering, particularly the young players.

Ray thanked all for attending and urged the youth to make use of their athletic talents to further themselves and reminded them that no matter where they may go in life  “ Once a Jamaican, Always a Jamaican, Once a Georgian Always a Georgian.”

The basketball players were quite surprised when President Robbie enlightened them that their school St. George's College, formed in 1850, was actually older than Canada (1854). He urged the young Georgian basketball players to take back a message to their schoolmates of the tremendous love and support seen for the school by Alumni here and of the need for them to play their part to build on this rich heritage the school has so that the next generation will themselves have a legacy to build on. 

The basketball players and soccer players were split up to enable a mix at each table and for greater interaction between the executive and the younger players. 

As each group warmed up to each other what a win-win situation for all. Spouses got a greater insight into what StGC and the Old Boy’s Association was all about, as did the soccer players and the visiting basketball team.

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