Wednesday, June 18, 2008
Last year, St Michael's took part, sending out a contingent of 300 participants. We got the third prize under the highest number of participants category. We also walked home with medals, given out to those who completed the run within the set time limit.
SMI's Mr Adi, the co-ordinator of the run, was greatly pleased with the enthusiastic response by the students.
"If last year, we could hit the 300 mark, this year, 500 would not be a problem," said Mr Adi.
So, Michaelians, lets take part and be counted.
For details, go over to see Mr Adi (morning) or Mr Rizal (afternoon). Fee is RM5 (Form One to Form Three) and RM7 (Form Four and Five). Note: According to Mr Adi, all students from SMI are offered the entrance fee of RM5 flat.
photo: The ever-on-the-move Mr Adi.
Some feedback from SMI Old Boys:
It's a great event.it would be great if all students of SMI can participate. Since it is a sports event and in line with our motto, "through sports we unite" maybe some of our old boys would like to sponsor few students for the run. They will be informed and we'll see the response. Btw, Mr Khiew we could be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
From PeterKhiew: Thank you and we will keep in touch. Thank you for the offer.
caption: The guests who turned up included former YB Mr See Tean Seng (second from left) and PIBG chairman Mr Joseph Michael Lee (second from right)
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
It is going to be a day many will remember as the school is taking a slot to commemorate the 80th birthday of Brother Vincent. A powerpoint presentation detailing the life and times of Brother is in the offing.
A flower arrangement competition, a tradition of sort, will be held at 10am. Winners will be awarded with great prizes and all completed bouquets will be taken to the main hall as decorative pieces. Such innovative idea.
Note: Flower arrangement sessions were started by ADAM in the early 70s when Master Timothy Chee was the adviser. They were carried out to ensure that school functions had floral decorations adorning the hall and stage. Competitions only took place when the prefectorial board was assigned to run the annual event.
Speech Day at 2pm, venue: SMI Hall. Date-18 June 2008.