Phil Johnston, Class of '69 -
* has booked
Private Dining Room A which accommodates 50
has provided a
$250 surety to Kitty at The
Commodore - seemingly SLOBs' reputation for disruption has drifted
twenty clicks south of The Bluey.
Apart from attending to catch-up with old, really old, school
chums, we will celebrate the life of a popular secondary school
teacher, John Sheely,
who passed away last March. The Mr. Chips of St. Leo's "in the Swinging Sixties".
Three years ago, several
of us celebrated John (Mr.) Sheely's 80th birthday lunch at The Kirribilli Club.
John Nicholson has agreed to deliver a eulogy on John Sheely.
If you retain in the posterior of your Noggin, a recollection of a
particular incident (shameful or unshameful)
involving Sheely and his idiosyncrasies, in the class room or on the footy
paddock, then you may
experience your "three minutes of fame". We are looking for
If you want to attend, please email
Phil J. aka Bank Teller
with the word AFFIRMATIVE in the 'Subject' of your email
and list the meal that you
"want to chomp" from the
Main Menu (price starts at $25), so
that the Chef can ensure enough red meat, chicken, fish, or whatever is on hand.
Otherwise, you may be Chewing on Lucky Dog.
Partners are welcome. The
Commodore is a courtly hotel.
Attendees purchase beverages at the bar and buy their meal
from The Commodore
Private Dining Room A is limited to 50 seated.
If you would like to hear Nicko's recollections of -
* flatting with
Mr. Sheely at Wahroonga in the mid/late '60s;
* their mutual passion
for Rugby etcetera; and
then RSVP quicko to
Phil J. aka Bank Teller
with AFFIRMATIVE in the 'Subject' to secure a seat at a dining
Private Dining Room A and notify your selection from
Main Menu to be added to the
Indicative Attendance Schedule which is the
former 2014 Attendance Schedule where the names in Bold Red have confirmed
anticipated attendance for this Nov. at The Commodore. Don't be a
Fence-Sitter, perched up there, watching what other do before acting!!!
More than 50 can attend. Any surplus will
munch their meal outside
Private Dining Room A where seating is available. First in, 'worst' dressed.
Please send the link to this webpage to any SLOBs
(or former teachers)
that may be interested in attending, accepting that nearly all attendees will be
long in the tooth.
Pics from previous '69 'et al' catch-ups:
Phil Johnston aka