First network evening for Lasallians

ARE you interested in connecting with Old Boys and Girls from your De La Salle days as a student or teacher?

The impact of Lasallian schools and works has significantly contributed to the education and welfare of millions of students across the world over 340 years, with the Australian story beginning nearly 120 years ago across 20 schools.
This year marks the establishment of the De La Salle Community Association Network (DLS-CAN) intended to strengthen the vitality of association and caring for those Lasallians who are committed to the Lasallian mission.
Bankstown Lasallian Mission Council’s Director of Operations, Julie Alibrandi, said an upcoming network evening would be an opportunity for Lasallians, young and old to engage and renew friendships, and hear about the contemporary Lasallian world in a wonderful setting.
“The evening will also showcase the extraordinary careers of former students who have made significant contributions to Australia and across the world,” she said.
“We hope DLS-CAN will enable closer connection to our ministries through spiritual retreats, promotion of student and adult formation programs, and partnership opportunities.”
The first network evening is on Friday, June 14, 6.30-8.30pm, to be hosted by an Old Boy of St John’s College, Lakemba (now Holy Spirit College), Paul Signorelli, at his conference facility, Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf.
Old Boy and former NSW Police Commissioner Ken Moroney AO APM is attending along with De La Salle Cronulla Old Boy Bishop Emeritus Terry Brady.
De La Salle College Bankstown Old Boy and former prime minister Paul Keating (now 80) has sent his apologies.
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