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Marist Old Boys Association Bazaar Targets Operational Finance

Association vice president Kolinio Korovulavula said the money raised from the bazaar would go towards financing their operations for 2019 and 2020.
10 Nov 2019 12:37
Marist Old Boys Association Bazaar Targets Operational Finance
Marist Brothers High School old scholars of Lambert House during the Marist Old Boys Association fundraiser in Flagstaff, Suva, on November 9, 2019. Photo: Kelera Sovasiga

The Marist Old Boys (MOB) Association in Suva got together at a Bazaar fund drive yesterday at the tennis court beside the Vodafone Arena.

Association vice president Kolinio Korovulavula said the money raised from the bazaar would go towards financing their operations for 2019 and 2020.

“It includes running our secretariat and the projects that we choose for the association,” he said.

This was a one-day bazaar that was divided into four houses from the school.

“Lambert, Claudius, Augustine and Alphonsus are the houses named after our former Marist teaching Brothers, who have passed away and this is how we remember them every year during bazaar,” he said.

Mr Korovulavula said each house had a $10,000 target.

The association also gives funds to the Marist Brothers High School for sports and various activities.

“This raised money will be useful for the school especially in their rugby programme,” Mr Korovulavula said.

Edited by Naisa Koroi

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