The MLC Old Collegians’ Club (OCC) was established in 1904 to foster ongoing relationships between all Old Collegians and between Old Collegians and the College. The OCC seeks to keep alive College friendships through a range of reunions, networking events and other social gatherings.
We encourage all past students to provide the College with their current contact details to ensure receipt of invitations to reunions and events, as well as the biannual The Star publication. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to advise us of your change of details or visit the MLC alumnae website and submit your change of details online.
Wellbeing Workshop - see description below.
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Networking Breakfast - see description below.
Annual Chapel Service and Lunch - see description below.
Fitchett Chapel, MLC
Betty Jackson Hall, MLC
11am - Chapel
12 pm -
Networking Breakfast - see description below
Annual Golf Day
Kew Golf Club
Guest Speaker: Ruth Knight, Project Manager, Northern Corridor Service Development at CatholicCare.
Ruth Knight from CatholicCare will speak on the importance of Advance Care Planning. Ruth has 25 years experience working in the health and social services sector. Holding a Masters of Education (Educational Leadership and Management) and a critical care nursing qualification, Ruth sees firsthand the benefits of advanced care planning and believes conversations should occur before people are faced with the stress of an acute hospital admission. She is passionate about increasing awareness of advanced care planning, encouraging conversations about future wishes and enhancing the capacity of local communities to support each other as they face life limiting illnesses, death or bereavement.
Networking Breakfast (May):
Guest Speaker: Jenny Wilson (1988) – Superintendent at Victoria Police responsible for Police Response across the Ballarat, Moorabool, Pyrenees, Hepburn and Golden Plains Shirees.
Jenny joined Victoria Police in 1989 and her policing experience has been primarily as an investigator and manager in the fields of sexual assault and child abuse, having served time at the Rape Squad, Divisional CIU's and Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Team.
Annual Chapel Service and Lunch:
Guest Speaker: Judy Dalton (Tegart 1953) was Wimbledon singles runner-up in 1968 and a semifinalist in 1971. She reached the singles quarterfinals at the US Open twice, Wimbledon once and the Australian three times. However, she excelled at doubles, winning the Australian in 1964, 1967, 1969 and 1970; the French in 1966; Wimbledon in 1969; and the US in 1970 and 1971 (with Margaret Court). Her highest singles ranking was No.7 in 1968 and she helped Australia win the Federation Cup in 1965 and 1970. Judy was inducted into the Australian Tennis Hall of Fame in 2013. In retirement, Judy remains active in promoting women in tennis and is the President of the Australian Federation Coup Foundation.
OCC Breakfast Networking Event (October):
Dr Sandra Hacker AO (1963) is an honorary consultant psychiatrist at the Alfred Hospital with a special interest in psychotherapy, primarily post-traumatic stress disorder. She currently chairs the Human Research Ethics Committee of the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services and is the Deputy Chair of the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation. Sandra was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for services to the medical profession.
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