May 3, 2015
by David
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MRBS Needs Your Help!

Message from MRBS President Vandra Masemann

You may be surprised to know that fewer than 20 Malvernites actually supported us financially last year. The MRBS Executive is facing a difficult financial future. The rise in the Canada Post rates and the downturn in donations to the MRBS in 2014 have had a negative impact on our bottom line. While we have set aside donations for specific purposes, such as the Sequester Project and the Big Book restoration, we cannot continue our work under these circumstances. Continue Reading →

December 12, 2014
by David
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Express Consent to Receive MRBS emails

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation is now in effect and, under its provisions, the MRBS requires your express consent to send you electronic communications. Without it, we cannot add your name to our email database or to our website Members’ List.

If you would like to add your name to the MRBS database please visit our registration page. No other personal information will be divulged, without obtaining further permission. All personal information will be subject to the MRBS Privacy Policy. You may remove yourself from our Members’ List and unsubscribe from our email list at any time.

Malvern Band on parade in 1974

May 31, 2016
by David
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Musings Spring 2016

Music at Malvern

President’s Message

by Vandra Masemann

We open this issue with a special Happy Birthday greeting to two retired Malvern teachers who both have 90th birthdays in May: George McRae and Gordon Jocelyn. On behalf all Malvern alumni, we send birthday greetings to both of them who are remembered as great teachers and who are still respected and admired by so many former students. Continue Reading →

miniskirt

February 23, 2016
by David
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Déjà Vu all over again

By Sandra Burk

Hello, 70s alumni:

Have you been experiencing a sense of déjà vu lately? If so, don’t worry, your mind isn’t playing tricks on you – the 70s are back, and with a vengeance! Seventies fashions are everywhere these days: Continue Reading →