Barbados Lodge School Reunion This Saturday, August 23, 2008

Yes folks, that grand occasion (Lodge School Reunion) is almost here and for those of you still undecided about going to the reunion, here is the number one reason why you should attend – Alumni Social Networking.

Many of us participate in some form of social networking almost every day without even realizing it. Most of the Lodge School Alumni have Facebooks, Hi5 and MySpace sites. We build these elaborate online social networks of friends and acquaintances and use them to gather or share information about ourselves or others.

So why not come out to the reunion events and do the same thing, there is no better place to network than amongst the alumni. The most successful social networks to date have been established on a common shared experience. Alumni communities represent a set of diverse individuals with one thing in common. They each share a very unique life experience and common affinity for their school.

The Lodge School has one of the most enthusiastic online communities in Barbados. Start to re-connect with all your friends at the Lodge School Blog

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7 responses to “Barbados Lodge School Reunion This Saturday, August 23, 2008

  1. All Hail the Mighty Lodge – Possunt Quia Posse Videntur…

  2. Thomas Gresham

    Was there a former headmaster of Lodge School called Lorry (?) Smith (?) What happened to him?

  3. John

    Aurelius Smith.

    I remember he held on to the post long past the time he was suppose to go by legal means …….. sort of like the Father Gatherer of the Anglican Church.

    …… Sir Sleepy’s brother I think.

  4. Stickler

    The Lodge School Official website says that “The only Barbadian to have won an Olympic Medal went to The Lodge School”. Well maybe Jim Wedderburn went to Lodge but isn’t Obadele Thompson who won an Olympic Bronze in 2000 a Barbadian? Didn’t he go to Harrison College?

    Also Lodge claims that ” The first Cadet Corps in the Caribbean was established at The Lodge School in 1903″. I always thought that this honour belonged to Combermere.

  5. Yes, the Lodge School website needs updating so the info regarding Obadele should be corrected.

    However, regarding the claim made about the Cadets that is indeed accurate.

  6. Tony Hall

    Stickler,
    Lodge School had the 1st Cadet Corp. No. 3 Company came after.

  7. Don

    The former headmaster was Aurie Smith….actually his name was Cecil E. Aurie Smith…nickname Joe