MOBA 2017 YR END MERCHANDISE

Brothers note, the size range for the various designs are from SMALL – 3XL, anyone requiring a 4XL will need to pay extra as noted on the flyer.

Your purchase helps with the proceeds to the MOBA

LAMBERT HALL SQUASH COURTS

LAMBERT HALL lower squash is open for use. Kindly make bookings with Jesse King 24hrs in advance. Fees are $5/hr and cash only kerekere.

Contact Jesse King via email: jesseking371@gmail.com cell# 9920124

ALUMNI FEED BACK

From: Aporosa Vuinakelo [mailto:aporosa.vuinakelo@ficac.org.fj]
Sent: Wednesday, 25 October 2017 7:03 AM
To: ‘Jale Gavidi’
Subject: RE: MOBA EMAIL ACCOUNT INTEREST

 

Bula Vinaka OB

 

First off I would like to take my hat off for the current committee in implementing this initiative, which from my opinion is a great step forward in engaging many OB’s who have lost touch with the school and ALUMNI, much like myself.  As for your queries, I have not received my email account details nor log in ID.

 

Many Blessings Brother

 

Respectfully

 

Aporosa Vuinakelo

Investigator

Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption

PO Box 2335

Government Buildings
Suva

Fiji

 

Phone : (679)  3310290 / Ext 228

Fax : (679) 3310 297

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MOB Secretariat work bee

MOBEXCOM humbly invites all to a working bee at the secretariat this Saturday 1st July at 9am to 2pm. We ask that Alphonsus and Lambert provide Lunch and Claudius/Augustine the kava.

Late Rob Matau Honored

Regional body, the Forum Fisheries Agency, FFA based in the Solomon Islands has honored the late Rob Matau for his contribution to raising the plight of Pacific fisheries issues, particularly tuna, by launching the “Robert Matau FFA Media Fellow”. This is to encourage Pacific journalists to follow in his footsteps as a fearless, fair, witty and uncompromising journalist. Certainly one of Fiji and the regions leading journalist, gone too soon. (Poster is courtesy of the back cover page of the latest June edition of Islands Business, IB)