On Sunday night the 10th of July, a traditional thanksgiving programe was held to mark all the hard work that was done towards the celebration of the 150 Sesquicentennial Anniversary of the college. This is an on-going tradition of the College of which we praise and send all the Glory to God.
The Chairperson apologized for having this late thanksgiving night, it was because this is the first Sunday the college is back from the school holidays.
It was truly a night of thanksgiving. We were blessed by the presence of Ex-students whom gave memorable speeches of which the audience thoroughly enjoyed and learned from.
Sione ‘Ofahengaue, the father of “Willie O”, was the representative of the Ex-students from Australia, Talia’uli Liava’a was the representative from US, Ma’ake Faka’osifolau spoke on the behalf of the PTA and the Superintended Minister of Wellington, New Zealand Rev Tevita Finau gave a speech on behalf of the Ex-students of New Zealand.
There were many visitors from abroad and locally that attended and they were also treated to some of the choir’s and the Band’s Music.