90s Decade Hosts Mas­quer­ade Neon Party

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St Joseph’s Alumni con­tin­ued their week­long cel­e­bra­tions on Wednes­day night with the mas­quer­ade neon party. This was hosted by those who at­tended the all­girls school in the 90s.

“It’s re­ally to bring peo­ple to­gether. I’ve been stress­ing this the whole week. We just want peo­ple to come and re­con­nect and have a good time. “It’s prob­a­bly the one week or one day in the whole year that we women come as moth­ers and wives tak­ing time off and en­ergy, sort of to rekin­dle the sis­ter­hood,” me­dia of­fi­cer for the 90s decade, Pauline Mor­ris said.

“Yes­ter­day, the Alumni had ac­tiv­i­ties at the school. To­day will be sim­i­lar as for­mer stu­dents look at how they have evolved over the years.” “We mostly have girls from the 50s right up to the cur­rent schol­ars as early as 2015. So the 2000 decades re­ally haven’t seen much of our his­tory.

“So all in all, it’s been a grand suc­cess. It will be re­ally sad when all this will be over,” she said. The clos­ing mass will take place at the school at 10am and not at the Scared Heart Cathe­dral as ear­lier planned.

Photo: Vilimoni Vaganalau

St Joseph’s Sec­ondary School 90s decade mas­quer­ade neon party held at the Fiji Club on Wednes­day night.

Photo: Vilimoni Vaganalau

St Joseph’s Sec­ondary School 90s decade mas­quer­ade neon party held at the Fiji Club on Wednes­day night.

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