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OUR STORIES

  • ​On the eve of the much-anticipated 2017/18 Ashes Series, Old Paradian Paul Luby (1980) has forwarded this glorious photograph of his late father and fellow Old Boy Barney Luby (1943).

    Barney, the then proprietor of Heidelberg’s Shell Service Station at 19 Burgundy Street, can be seen working the scoreboard with the fall of Les Favell's wicket in the first innings of the Third Test between Australia and England in Sydney in January 1959.

    The image accompanied an article headlined Around The Driveways, which appeared in an in-house magazine distributed by Shell, the company which owned service stations like Barney’s on the south-eastern corner of Burgundy Street and Rosanna Road, diagonally opposite Warringal Park.
  • ​Ten years on, 30 members of Parade’s final year class of 2007 recently returned to the College to fly the flag for the remaining 270 who couldn’t make it back.

    Ben Anderson, pictured here with his great mentor and Pathways Education Director John Nicholls, reflected on his time at Parade, in a Q and A conducted before the ’07 members in the Hickey Foyer.

    When asked what Parade meant to him, Ben, an electrician by profession, replied: “Great memories, great people”.
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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • OPA Monthly Luncheon

    As the year draws to a close we reflect on a frenetic year for the Old Paradians. On this occasion, Guest Speaker is the Old Paradians' Association President Lewis Derrico, who will provide a wrap of activities through 2017 and outline plans for 2018 and beyond.
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ABOUT

The Old Paradians' Association seeks to foster links with all past students, whose formative years were shaped by the Christian Brothers of Parade College.

Formally established in 1914, the Association’s inaugural 13-man committee included the President James Kennedy (who completed his Matriculation class at Parade in 1890), Reverend Brother JM Dwyer and the Rush brothers Robert and William, all of whom maintained a continuing interest in the Association for the rest of their lives.

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