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  • ​Not long after the first difficult days of self-isolation started kicking in, Old Paradian Tim Watson (1998) and his mate Rich Arnott thought it an opportune time to break the boredom and taste-test the wares of a newly-opened brewery in Diamond Creek.

    Little did they realise the chain of events this simple act would trigger.

    “Rich dropped off four beers, unannounced, from the Golden Hills Brewery on the day it opened. I was pretty happy with the surprise delivery and thought I’d reciprocate the following weekend,” Tim recently recalled.

    “Not long after, I messaged Rich and floated the idea of 2 Men and their ISO-Beers on facebook. The basic thought was that each week we would take it in turns to buy four different beers - if possible from local brewers or suppliers - to review. We then hoped others might try the same beers and offer their thoughts or just review whatever they were drinking.”
  • ​When Old Paradian Phil Devlin (1995) beds down for the annual St Vinnie’s CEO Sleepout next month, he’ll be joined by his seven year-old boy Fraser. Both father and son have committed to raising $10,000 in donations to help the St Vincent de Paul Society empower more people to get off the streets and into stable accommodation.

    As General Manager of National Projects & Maintenance (NPM, a service provider to the commercial and industrial property industry), Phil took the opportunity to register for the sleepout in the pre-pandemic days back in February . . . and now an even greater sense of urgency prevails from Phil’s perspective.
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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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