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Chatrman)s Re ort to represent the PLT is serving the College well. The Board's various committees: Finance, Marketing, Planning and Resources and Centenary Celebrations have all provided major input and guidance to the Board and are essential to the well being of the College. I thank all committee members and indeed Board members for their important contributions, as I do members of the Parent and Friends Association and Old Boys' Association for their valued support. At the end of 1999 the Board took the decision to launch a capital fundraising

exercise to coincide with the College's Centenary and with the purpose of raising funds for the final stages of the College's redevelopment. At the time of writing, I expect that the campaign will result in $600 000 being pledged over a four-year period. Again, I thank all supporters of the campaign for their generosity. In regards to the 2001 Centenary, Board member Mr Baden Pratt together with many staff, parents, old boys and students have planned an impressive range of celebrations to occur throughout the year. The variety of events with dates and venues will be published in a wrap around in the local Community Newspaper on

Above: Dr Brian Lawrence with Bob andjoan Rose'Meyer. Left: Procession at the G-ymnasium officia~ opening. January 23 2001. Be on the look out. We hope you will be involved . On 1 November 2000, 60 Year 12 students graduated from the College in an impressive ceremony at the Fremantle Sailing ClUb . Their appearance , demeanour and achievements along with the College'!; emphasis on leadership and service reinforced my belief that CBC 6

Fremantle continues to uphold its green and gold traditions. Tradition, Innovation and Achievement are indeed its hallmarks as it celebrates its Centenary. Dr Brian Lawrence Chairman of the Board

CBC Fremantle Annual 2000  
CBC Fremantle Annual 2000