Mordialloc College Alumni Association Community and Historical Group

Historical Society / Museum / Gallery
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The Mordialloc College Alumni Association is a not-for-profit incorporated entity devoted to the school and memories about it. We aim to be the central repository of resources pertaining to the school since its beginning in 1924. We welcome new members, go to: www.mordialloccollegealumni.org

Our aims are:

  1. To be the central repository of for the history of Mordialloc College/Mordialloc-Chelsea High School and all names as it has been known by for nearly 100 years
  2. To ‘give back’ to the school in the form of sponsorship and awards
  3. To benefit our membership by fostering a sense of community; and
  4. Celebrate the long history of our school and public education in the City of Kingston
  5. Publish a quarterly newsletter featuring the stories of past students and staff.

Our committee is as follows:

  • Dylan Styles (President)
  • Imogen Kane (Vice President)
  • Bella Barker (Social Media Co-ordinator)
  • Paula McCarthy (Historian, MC: 1977-1979)
  • Lynette Williams (Secretary, MC: 1976-1981)
  • Ivor Donohue (Treasurer, MC: 1952-1956)
  • Kim Puleio (Secretarial Assistant, MC: 1973-1976)
  • Barbara Dowling (Ventured Editor, MC: )
  • Bruce Lines (Assistant Editor, MC: 1952-1956)
  • Dr Martin Davies (Past President, MC: 1972-1976)
  • Mitchell Sundstrom (Webmaster, MC: 2012-2017)
  • Eberhard Rabich (MC: 1970-1975)

To join us at the MCAA  go to www.mordialloccollegealumni.org or contact us at admin@mordialloccollegealumni.org or complete and return the attached membership form.

Opening Hours

Monthly on the second Saturday at 10.30 am (Contact us to confirm the dates)

Location

Kingston Heritage Centre, Como Parade, Mordialloc 3195 View Map

Google Map

Local Transport

Parkdale Train Station

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