MLC’s Old Collegians Club is thrilled to announce the appointment of Patrons Fran Keller (Woolhouse 1948) and Anne Scott OAM (Simpson 1957).
OCC Patrons hold a special position within the MLC community, acting as ambassadors for the College and its alumnae, wherever in the world they are located.
A teacher at MLC from 1973 – 1990, Fran Keller (Woolhouse 1948) touched the lives of many students, particularly in her role as the inaugural Head of MLC’s Junior Secondary School, to which she was appointed when MLC’s four schools were established by former Principal, David Loader.
As a student, Fran boarded at MLC during the 1940s, while her daughter attended the College during the years she was on the school’s teaching staff. Fran joined the Old Collegians’ Club when she finished her secondary education and served as President in 1986.
Anne Scott OAM (Simpson 1957) attended MLC from the age of six until she completed her Leaving Certificate. Her daughter and granddaughter are also past students. Anne served on the OCC Council for almost 20 years, including as its President from 2009 – 2010.
Anne says her long history of community contribution – beyond MLC she has made an enormous impact on the Girl Guides Association/Guides Australia, International Guiding, The Order of Australia Association and Rotary International – reflects the life lessons taught at MLC and Dr Wood’s famous reminder that “from those to whom much is given, much will be required.”
Both women are looking forward to their continued involvement in the life of the College.
OCC Annual General Meeting and Special General Meeting
When: Tuesday, 17 March 2020 from 7.00pm
Where: Flockart Hall, MLC Music School
Please join us for our Annual General Meeting. All Old Collegians are invited to attend and hear an update on the 2019 OCC events and programs, financial accounts and information about the year ahead. Light refreshments will be served after the meeting.
The AGM will be immediately followed by a Special General Meeting. The business of the SGM is to consider a Special Resolution amending Clause 52 of the Constitution.
Please view our Constitution documents here.
Please note, as per the Constitution, a special resolution is passed if not less than three-quarters of the members voting at a general meeting in person (or by proxy, if permitted by the Rules) vote in favour of the resolution.