FUTURE EVENTS UPDATE
which will allow us to keep you updated on what is happening at School.
THE NEXT COMMITTEE MEETING OF THE OLD SCHOLARS’ ASSOCIATION
WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY 25 MAY 2022
THE APPLICATION FORM TO JOIN THE OLD SCHOLARS' ASSOCIATION MAY BE DOWNLOADED HERE
The Annual General Meeting of the Old Scholars’ Association
that was to take place at Friends’ School Lisburn
in 2021 has now been postponed
2 Minutes of the last Annual General Meeting
3 Reports - Secretary
Treasurer of Life Membership Fund
4 Principal's Remarks
5 Election of Office Bearers
6 Election of Other Committee Members
NB: Committee nominations must be in writing, proposed and seconded and received by the Hon Secretary at least 3 days
before Annual General Meeting
7 Appointment of Auditors
8 Any Other Business
Background Musical Entertainment will be provided by Friends' School as
Members of the Association arrive between 2.00 pm and 2.30 pm
Annual General Meeting 2.30 pm
Afternoon Tea and Tour of School (Optional) 3.00 pm
Are you interested in becoming a member of the Old Scholars’ Committee?
Prior to the COVID pandemic the Committee met at regular intervals throughout the year at Friends’ School
and is appealing for new members to take office.
If you would like to become involved in the Committee’s work of promoting
Friends’ School and maintaining ties with past pupils please contact
Maxine Boyd, Secretary for further details on 028 92 670613
OLD SCHOLARS’ ASSOCIATION COMMITTEE MEMBERS
2020 - 2021
(One Year Term)
Friends’ School, which was founded in 1774, has a proud history. It is, in fact, the oldest school in Ulster to the east of the Bann. In line with Quaker tradition records have been carefully preserved and stored material represents a rich collection of information about the School over 240 years. Since 2005 the various records have been brought together into a central archive where they can be consulted more conveniently in a special room. The collection consists of pupil lists, school books, annual reports, curriculum matters, magazines, photographs, memorabilia and a collection of ancient books withdrawn from everyday use in the library. Together they provide a valuable picture of School life over the past centuries and are being constantly supplemented by the addition of current items of future historical interest.