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Reunion dates for 2019

If you are a member of a graduating class with a ‘9’ at the end of it, please pencil your reunion date (below) into your diary and start contacting friends and encourage them to do the same. Great reunions rely on the domino effect – one person contacting another, contacting another, contacting another…

From 2019 the College is looking forward to hosting an annual 50 plus reunion on the 2nd weekend of February each year. This means, in 2019, we will be inviting any student who was a member of the Class of 1967, 1968, or 1969 to a 50 year plus reunion. Making this an annual event, on a set weekend with a growing list of ‘membership’ will provide our oldest of Old Scholars time to plan well in advance for their high school catch ups.

It has always been our first preference to host reunions at the College. Old Scholars from the 60s, 70s, 80s and early 90s, will recall the variety of events we have hosted on College grounds – usually with the Dining Room as a feature. For Old Scholars who were boarders, this certainly added a novelty factor – entering the Dining Room certainly saw a flood of memories for many. In 2019, we are very excited to be able to say that we will be hosting all our reunions on campus in our newly enhanced Middle School building. Included in the redesign are a variety of common areas well suited to a relaxed and enjoyable evening of hospitality.

luther college reunion dates 2019 

For more information about our reunions, or to update your contact details, please call Mrs Kim Kernich on (03) 9724 2000 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Luther 50th Anniversary

 

50th Anniversary memorabilia is available, including the anniversary book, The Spirit of Luther - Celebrating 50 Year 1964-2013 by Dr Richard Hauser.

Please download a Memorabilia Order Form or contact Luther College for more information.