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Editorial: Message from Co-Editor
- Belinda (‘81)
Editorial
Hello:
Fellow Harbordites!
I hope all is well and
that everyon...
ulous group on there.
About seven years ago, I
decided to start a group
on Facebook dedicated to
anyone who had ever grad-...
Editorial: Message from Co-
Editor...Continued
and will continue to edu-
cate Harbordites as long
as I can. Some years lat...
Harbord C.I. 125th Anniversary!
Message from the Directors...
Hello H.C.I Alumni!
As you were a part of this amazing educa...
Harbord C.I. 125th Anniversary!
Day 3: Sunday April 30th
, 2017
Graduating class get-to-gethers
Due to the feedback from o...
Harbord C.I. 125th Anniversary!
Registration Form Page 1
Registration Form Page 2
Harbord C.I. 125th Anniversary!
Registration Form Page 3
Page 12
Registration Form Page 4
Harbord C.I. 125th Anniversary!
Registration Form Page 5
In Memory of Syd Moscoe ‘52
On February 23, of this year, the Harbord C.I. community suf-
fered a tremendous loss. Syd Mos...
In Memory of Syd Moscoe ‘52
It is Months later and Syd’s presence and guidance are still
missed. A few of Harbord’s staff ...
In Memory of Syd Moscoe ‘52
people's names and numerous details was amazing and it is with fond
memories that I often thin...
“I worked with Syd for some 8 years every Wednesday in our Har-
bord museum. During that time, I found Syd to be a person ...
My Mentor
You were not only my mentor,
But you were my friend, my uplifter, my giant
As I stood on your shoulders, you car...
A Celebration of Syd Moscoe’s Life at HCI
May 25th, 2016
Right> Family & Friends
gather at Syd Moscoe’s
Memorial Service i...
A Celebration of Syd Moscoe’s Life at HCI
May 25th, 2016
Left> Harbord
Club Director
Belinda was the
M.C. for the
memorial...
Top Left> Harbord
principal Mr. Vince
Meade said a few
words.
Top Right> Harbord
Club Director Mr.
Murray Rubin spoke
abou...
Remembrance Day at Harbord C.I.
by Leah Bekiaris & Nastasia-Simonida Krstic
(Harbord Museum Student Volunteers)
Remembranc...
Continued...
Right> Quiet Acts of
Bravery: The 2016
Remembrance Day theme
<Left— Nastasia,
Ella and Leah
spoke at our An-
...
Remembering Alumni
Kelly Gotlieb: Father of Canadian Computing
The following except from the Nov. 3, 2016 Globe and Mail a...
Remembering Alumni
Kelly Gotlieb: Father of Canadian Computing
……...Continued
2016 Graduating Scholarship and Awards
Winners!
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Alex Xue
taken from ”The Flash”- an English class student
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Alexandra Gillie-Hardy
HARBORDITE
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Alison Lieu
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- An Le
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Caleb Tostevin
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Cameron McGade Bouchard
HARBORDITE
2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Chenling Shi
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Ethan Tostevin
HARBORDITE
2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Iloe Ariss
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Isabel Gillie-Hardy
HARBORDITE
2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Juliet Hirst
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Kira Knight
HARBORDITE
2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Nickalous Mozetich
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Patrick Nunes
HARBORDITE
2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Renee Roy
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Ryan Cheng
HARBORDITE
2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Szymon Rodomar
2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks!
- Talia Tanaskovic
HARBORDITE
2014 Grad & Harbord Club 120th Anniversary Award Winner
Gives Thanks!
- Charlie Choi
Class of 2015: 120th Anniversary
Award Goes to...
HARBORDITE
<Left - Ms. Belinda
Medeiros-Felix(‘81) intro-
ducing the win...
Harbord Charitable Foundation
Donations made to the Harbord Charitable Foundation is solely for
Scholarships and Awards. E...
The Harbord Club
The Harbord Club is an alumni association that was established to maintain a sense of
common identity amo...
One of Our Fundraising Sales
If you would like to order a 125th Anniversary baseball cap
please send a cheque to the Harbo...
Harbord Club Executive
Co - Chair/Director - Sidney Ingham -HCI-1978
Co - Chair/Director - Sierra Medeiros-Felix -HCI-2010...
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  1. 1. Editorial: Message from Co-Editor - Belinda (‘81) Editorial Hello: Fellow Harbordites! I hope all is well and that everyone had a chance to enjoy the fantastic sum- mer & fall weather that 2016 has brought our way! As I write this, I wit- ness our first snowfall and see the most perfect snow- flake fall on my window. As proud contributing mem- bers of the Harbord Club, we want to help you stay connected to the past as we move into the future. With this said, may I present to you the next edition of the Harbordite. As one of Toronto’s oldest high schools, Harbord C.I. has a lot to show for it. The Harbord Club Directors have teamed up with both the current staff and stu- dents to make Harbord former staff and alumni, we hope to reconnect you with your wonderful high school & old friends! You should all be excited to attend our festivities and I hope that most of you are in the midst of preparing both the Gala registration forms and your cheques and sending them out to us as you don’t want to miss out on this event!! We ask that you RSVP sooner rather than later to our Gala evening on the 29th of April as we are expecting an overwhelming number of attendees. As space is limited, and table selec- tion will be on a first reg- istration and paid basis, we highly suggest pur- chasing your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Please note that we have included the Registration form in this issue. Those on Facebook proba- bly already know of a fab- C.I.’s 125 anniversary a mile- stone event!! We are in the process of organizing the school open- house with an array of activities happening. Our students and staff will be setting up decade rooms, putting on a fashion show and musical and drama perfor- mances of the decades past just to name a few. I am personally ecstatic about this event. Whenev- er I am in the company of other Harbordites, I find myself talking about the plans that have been in the works for some time now with great excitement. The Saturday evening Gala is all set and we are awaiting re- ceipt of your registration. If you are ever in the neigh- bourhood, look for a beauti- ful banner on the front of the school announcing our events! To everyone who has had any connection with Harbord C.I., we hope to make this a memorable occasion. To our
  2. 2. ulous group on there. About seven years ago, I decided to start a group on Facebook dedicated to anyone who had ever grad- uated, worked at or at- tended Harbord even for a short time. I am proud to report that this group, “Harbord C.I. Grads/ Alumni” has over 1000 members! We, as a com- mittee, are committed to spreading the word about our celebratory event through the powers of technology & social media and ask that you help us spread the word too. In the last little while, we have had many alumni come by the school for a visit, some even to donate items to be placed in our in-school Museum. If you would like to come by or donate to our repository, send us an email and we can make arrangements. It is quite remarkable how many things are currently Continued... displayed in the Harbord Ar- chives that conjure up memo- ries of days past. The Muse- um itself contains 15 glass front cabinets, four storage cabinets, a wall panel and a special wall alcove dedicated to the 1992 time cap- sule. Our ever-growing ar- chival collection includes val- uable records of facts, oc- currences, anecdotes, biog- raphies & books along with treasured photos, trophies and artifacts. The Harbord Museum continues to be a showroom for generations of Harbord students, past, pre- sent and future. According to The Happy Ghosts Of Harbord, a publi- cation that traces the histo- ry of the school from its opening in 1892 until its cen- tennial in 1992, the first tenth anniversary reunion was held in January of 1902. The first and second major anniversaries occurred in the midst of the two Great Wars; her 25th in 1917 and her 50th in 1942, both before I was even born! Her 75th was celebrated in 1967 and I have been told it was a grand occasion that included alumni represent- ing all past decades span- ning 1892 to the late 1960’s. Wow! The next big event on rec- ord occurred during my student days at Harbord C.I. and I chose to assist as a student volunteer at her 90th anniversary in June of 1981. I knew then and there that I wanted to stay involved with this great school. In May of 1992, The Har- bord Club hosted Harbord’s Centennial, an event that was attended by many and spoken about to this day. After attending this mile- stone event, I was certain that Harbord C.I. would continue to be an integral part of my life. In 1997, I proudly became a member of the HCI staff
  3. 3. Editorial: Message from Co- Editor...Continued and will continue to edu- cate Harbordites as long as I can. Some years lat- er, I only thought it fit to join the Harbord Club Di- rectorate as my passion for Harbord had grown significantly. A few years after, both Ben Lee (class of ’79) and I took on the title of Co- Editors of our beloved Harbordite newsletter; it is now in its 39th year in circulation and still going strong! On behalf of the Harbord Club Executive, we thank you for your continued support and welcome you to read this issue of the Harbordite with an air of nostalgia as you reminisce through the good ‘ol days at H.C.I. We are all looking for- ward to hearing stories and seeing you all at Har- bord’s 125th Gala!! Onward Harbord! Belinda Medeiros-Felix Harbordite Co-Editor To you and yours, Happy Holidays! Peace, Love and Happiness!
  4. 4. Harbord C.I. 125th Anniversary! Message from the Directors... Hello H.C.I Alumni! As you were a part of this amazing educational institute, we want you to be the first to know that the Harbord Club has been in the process of organizing a fabulous celebration to commemorate Harbord C.I.’s 125 years in existence! MAKE SURE TO SAVE THESE IMPORTANT DATES!!! FRIDAY APRIL 28TH , SATURDAY APRIL 29TH & SUNDAY APRIL 30th 2017 We are inviting all of you to come celebrate with us!!!!! Here's a Sneak Peek at our 3 day event… Day 1: Friday April 28th , 2017 Harbord C.I. Open House Come visit for a while and take away memories of a lifetime! The Harbord Club & Harbord C.I. Staff and Students welcome alumni, families, media and our community neighbours to come celebrate with us! Stroll through the school, enter the Decade rooms and visit our Museum. The Harbord Club, together with Harbord C.I.’s Creative Arts team, will be showcasing a multitude of talent throughout the afternoon & evening. See a themed Fashion show and hear Musical Performances of decades past. You may want to participate in an ongoing game or two, put on by our Athletic Associations for old time sakes or you may want to entertain us with your spectacular talent! Let us know. Come celebrate with us and stay tuned for so much more! Time and confirmed events TBA. Day 2: Saturday April 29th , 2017 Formal Gala Reunion Friends and acquaintances keeping Harbord memories alive! An evening with formal sit-down Dinner, Dance (DJ), Silent Auction and a line-up of Entertainment Held at the exquisite Parkview Manor! 55 Barber Greene Rd, Toronto, ON 5:30pm - close $95. p.p (Please see registration form for tickets)
  5. 5. Harbord C.I. 125th Anniversary! Day 3: Sunday April 30th , 2017 Graduating class get-to-gethers Due to the feedback from our last big event, we agreed to hold this Gala on a weekend so that we could accommodate those wanting to hold an individual graduating class get-together, (ie. A brunch, afternoon tea or pub night) if they so wish. This day is it! ***Please check that the Dinner registration form has been sent out as an attachment with this letter. If you know someone who graduated/attended Harbord C.I. and we don’t have their email address, please tell them to email it to us with their name and year of graduation via the following email address- harbordclub@gmail.com ***We are open to accepting items for the Silent Auction being held at the Dinner/Dance. We also would appreciate any monetary donations to help us out with this magnificent endeavour as none of the money from our Gala ticket sales are returned to us. Acknowledgement of your donation will be made in our Souvenir Anniversary Programme. To complete the donation, please contact us via harbordclub@gmail.com or once the school reopens, call Harbord C.I. at 416-393-1650 and leave a message for Belinda. Please help spread our news! We certainly hope you can attend our milestone celebration! Onward Harbord! Sincerely, The Harbord Club Directors
  6. 6. Harbord C.I. 125th Anniversary! Registration Form Page 1
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  11. 11. In Memory of Syd Moscoe ‘52 On February 23, of this year, the Harbord C.I. community suf- fered a tremendous loss. Syd Moscoe, Harbord C.I. alumnus (class of ’52), passed away unexpectedly. In memory of Syd Moscoe, A scholarship in his name has been created. If you would like to make a contribution, Please write cheque to The Harbord Charitable Foundation and in the Memo line, write for Syd Moscoe Scholarship.
  12. 12. In Memory of Syd Moscoe ‘52 It is Months later and Syd’s presence and guidance are still missed. A few of Harbord’s staff have shared some brief thoughts on Syd. “Syd was a dear friend, the chair of the Harbord Club (alumni associa- tion), a Director of the Harbord Charitable Foundation (Harbord awards and scholarships) and the school’s Museum curator. For years, he worked once a week with our Museum student volunteers maintain- ing the archives in the club museum and its virtual museum, organizing the incoming submissions for the displays as well as helping organize Remembrance Day observances. Syd was like my school dad; he looked out for me. We chatted about everything! I am so pleased that he got to know my daughter and granddaughter who would attend our monthly club meetings. Syd had a passion for his alma mater and I know he was was so looking forward to working alongside the rest of the Harbord Club Directors in preparation for Harbord’s upcoming 125th Birthday celebra- tions. All I can say, is… I hope we make Syd proud and that he knows how I miss him so!” -Belinda Medeiros-Felix (Harbord Alumna, HCI Staff and Club Direc- tor) “When I think of Syd, the fond memories include seeing him rushing down the main floor hallway with his briefcase in hand and always with a warm smile. No matter how rushed he was, he would always stop to talk to me or anyone who crossed his path in the hallway. He never forgot to ask about my children by name. Syd's ability to memorize
  13. 13. In Memory of Syd Moscoe ‘52 people's names and numerous details was amazing and it is with fond memories that I often think of him as one of Harbord's biggest assets. He will be eternally remembered for his many contributions to Harbord Collegiate and the pride he fostered for our school. Goodbye our friend..” Alice Freitas Former Student and current Teacher “Syd was one of those people who actively create community around themselves. Around the Harbord community, he was a doer of deeds, connector of people and a force who propelled projects forward. To say hi to Syd and ask him what he was up to was often to find yourself shortly thereafter holding something, fetching something, fixing some- thing, building something, arranging something, calling someone, meet- ing with someone and generally rolling up your sleeves and getting something done (or at least feeling that you should at be doing some- thing). His passion for connecting the students with the past of the in- stitution and experiences of former students and providing opportuni- ties for current Harbord students was relentless. He wasn't about the spotlight for himself in his work around the school, he wanted the spotlight to be on the students past and present and in general "It's for Harbord...it's for the community...it's for the students." was his approach in the building and around the Harbord community. His Har- bord club, Harbord museum and Remembrance Day work was invaluable to helping this place keep a sense of itself past and present. ...I could add more like his passion for cool artifacts and history and how fun it was to connect around that kind of thing, but unfortunately I gotta run to class!” Aaron Magney
  14. 14. “I worked with Syd for some 8 years every Wednesday in our Har- bord museum. During that time, I found Syd to be a person with many talents. He was a very intelligent man who also knew how to connect people to the tasks that needed to be done. What made Syd special however were his other attributes which are harder to find. Syd was kind. He was honest. Syd had integrity. He worked tirelessly and selflessly to celebrate and preserve Harbord’s history. He would always regale students with his stories. Every year Syd would attend our Remembrance Day ceremony which he always had a hand in shaping. At the end of every ceremony, he would always have tears in his eyes. My last Wednesday with Syd was a quiet one. Stu- dents had left early and so we just chatted. Syd was like that. He always had time for you. On that last Wednesday he spoke about his family and his wife Lee, about how proud he was of them. Syd was a loving man and he will be missed. We at Harbord were fortunate to have had Syd. I just wish that we could have had him for a bit long- er.” Daniel Le Blanc “Mr. Moscoe and his Museum were a port in a storm. Whenever Mr. Moscoe was working in the Museum I would stop in to have a little chat and see what he was up to. These little visits were a calming and pleasant experience for me after a hectic day. I miss the interesting conversations and his gentle ways very much.” Barbara Martin In Memory of Syd Moscoe ‘52
  15. 15. My Mentor You were not only my mentor, But you were my friend, my uplifter, my giant As I stood on your shoulders, you carried me through, Hesitation, Hopelessness, Confusion, with Strength, Wholeheartedness, Excitement Your words, Your wisdom, Your warmth, Became a constant, my lived reality Seven years was not enough, To be supported by you, To be cared by you, To be guided by you, ...To be your mentee. I will miss you. Diana Da Silva - Alumni and Harbord Club Director) In Memory of Syd Moscoe ‘52 “I will always remember Syd Moscoe as a gentleman who very much cared for our school, our school's history and Harbord stu- dents. A pleasure to talk to and a pleasure to have known him.” Renata Todros
  16. 16. A Celebration of Syd Moscoe’s Life at HCI May 25th, 2016 Right> Family & Friends gather at Syd Moscoe’s Memorial Service in the Harbord Museum. Above> Syd’s widow, Leah, addresses those who attended the memorial. Right> Mr. LeBlanc gave his tribute at Syd’s memorial service.
  17. 17. A Celebration of Syd Moscoe’s Life at HCI May 25th, 2016 Left> Harbord Club Director Belinda was the M.C. for the memorial. Right> Harbord Club Director Sid Ingham paid tribute to Syd. Left> Harbord Museum student volunteer, Ben, gave tribute to Syd.
  18. 18. Top Left> Harbord principal Mr. Vince Meade said a few words. Top Right> Harbord Club Director Mr. Murray Rubin spoke about his time with Syd. Left> Friends & family reminisce about Syd. A Celebration of Syd Moscoe’s Life at HCI May 25th, 2016
  19. 19. Remembrance Day at Harbord C.I. by Leah Bekiaris & Nastasia-Simonida Krstic (Harbord Museum Student Volunteers) Remembrance Day at Harbord C.I. On Friday, November 11th, 2016, the Harbord Museum Club put on its annual Remembrance Day assembly. It was decided that this year’s theme would be to acknowledge acts of bravery that were performed in a sub- tle, yet still very powerful way during times of war. Embedded with performances by Harbord’s school band and choir, the assembly consisted of students telling the story of a nurse named Carola Douglas; a graduate of Harbord Collegiate Institute, who was a prime ex- ample of women showing quiet acts of courage during difficult times of war and chaos. Assigned to the Canadian hospi- tal ship, the Llandovery Castle, Carola Douglas served as a nurse overseas. When the ship was unexpectedly attacked by a German U-boat, the nursing sis- ters had to react in a calm and quick manner as they knew there was little hope of survival. Without a cry or complaint, Carola Douglas, in addition to the thirteen other devoted nurses, continued to take care of the patients and reassured all crew-members. As Douglas’ story was being told by the students at the podium, pauses were taken to indicate the different milestones of her life and to allow various student performances to occur. Exam- ples were as such… a choral by Jean-Sebastien Bach, a medley of Nightfall in Camp, the Last Post arranged by Tom Wade- West, and the classic poem; “In Flanders Fields” written by Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae. We aimed to have our two minutes of silence as close as possible to 11:00 AM. Before asking the audience to rise, we were certain to mention that they would be hearing the Last Post after the moment of si- lence, followed by the Reveil, and ending with either a dismis- sal or “Flander’s Fields” (depending on which group of students was present as we had two assemblies). Harbord’s Museum Club made sure the Remembrance day assembly captured the es- sence of strength, bravery and perseverance. The dark- er themes of war and chaos thrived throughout the tell- ing of Douglas’ story, yet at the same time, there were immense levels of hope, hero- ism, and kindness. Douglas’ story helped to edu- cate the students at Harbord about the great people that attended their school; her story showed the audience that quiet acts of valor did exist during the war, espe- cially surrounding women, and that they are just as im- portant as a story from the front lines. Written by Leah Bekiaris and Nastasia-Simonida Krstic (Museum Club Volunteers)
  20. 20. Continued... Right> Quiet Acts of Bravery: The 2016 Remembrance Day theme <Left— Nastasia, Ella and Leah spoke at our An- nual Remem- brance Day Assembly
  21. 21. Remembering Alumni Kelly Gotlieb: Father of Canadian Computing The following except from the Nov. 3, 2016 Globe and Mail article best describes and hon- ors the late Harbord alumni Kelly Gotieb, who past away on Oct 16 this year at the age of 95:
  22. 22. Remembering Alumni Kelly Gotlieb: Father of Canadian Computing
  23. 23. ……...Continued
  24. 24. 2016 Graduating Scholarship and Awards Winners!
  25. 25. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Alex Xue taken from ”The Flash”- an English class student
  26. 26. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Alexandra Gillie-Hardy HARBORDITE
  27. 27. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Alison Lieu
  28. 28. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - An Le
  29. 29. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Caleb Tostevin
  30. 30. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Cameron McGade Bouchard HARBORDITE
  31. 31. 2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Chenling Shi
  32. 32. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Ethan Tostevin HARBORDITE
  33. 33. 2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Iloe Ariss
  34. 34. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Isabel Gillie-Hardy HARBORDITE
  35. 35. 2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Juliet Hirst
  36. 36. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Kira Knight HARBORDITE
  37. 37. 2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Nickalous Mozetich
  38. 38. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Patrick Nunes HARBORDITE
  39. 39. 2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Renee Roy
  40. 40. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Ryan Cheng HARBORDITE
  41. 41. 2014 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Szymon Rodomar
  42. 42. 2015 Grad & Harbord Club Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Talia Tanaskovic HARBORDITE
  43. 43. 2014 Grad & Harbord Club 120th Anniversary Award Winner Gives Thanks! - Charlie Choi
  44. 44. Class of 2015: 120th Anniversary Award Goes to... HARBORDITE <Left - Ms. Belinda Medeiros-Felix(‘81) intro- ducing the winner of the Harbord 120th Anniversary Award. <Left-Sierra Medeiros- Felix(2010) presenting the Harbord 120th Anniversary Award to Charlie Choi. Right> Winner, Charlie Choi.
  45. 45. Harbord Charitable Foundation Donations made to the Harbord Charitable Foundation is solely for Scholarships and Awards. Each year, in the Autumn, a grand total is paid out in various amounts at our Awards ceremony and at Commence- ment. Thank you for your generous contributions! The Harbord Charitable Foundation is pleased to announce that a total of $7216.50 has been paid out this year in awards and scholarships to Harbord students and graduates. The Harbord Charitable Foundation administered the funds for all these awards and scholarships named af- ter and honouring former students and staff.
  46. 46. The Harbord Club The Harbord Club is an alumni association that was established to maintain a sense of common identity among former students and staff. It was established to share news and reconnect Harbordites. The Directorate, on your behalf, are responsible for the upkeep of the in-school museum, the Hall of Remembrance and the 2 historical war monuments. We are in much need of monetary donations to help us with the above men- tioned and also toward the funding of new scholarships, publication of the Harbordite, and for the preparations for our upcoming 125th Anniversary festivities. We need you to know that monies donated to The Charitable Foundation cannot be used by the Harbord Club. If you would like to help us with any of the things mentioned above it would be much appreciated. As we plan for the 125th Anniversary Festivities, we are finding that our financial needs are greater. As you know, our mandate has been to raise money for scholarships and so your donations have gone into the Foundation Account. At this time, we are calling on all Harbordites to send in a donation to The Harbord Club for all other expenses. Charitable tax receipts will be issued for donations of $50.00 and over. All cheques of $50.00 and over for which a charitable receipt is required should be made payable to “Harbord Charitable Foundation,” and on the face of the cheque in the memo line insert the words “For the Harbord Club.” For any amount less than $50.00 or if a receipt is not required, please make the cheque payable to “Harbord Club.”We want to thank you for your continued support for your alma mater, and we hope to see you at the reunion in April 2017. Onward Harbord!
  47. 47. One of Our Fundraising Sales If you would like to order a 125th Anniversary baseball cap please send a cheque to the Harbord Club for $15. You may pick it up at the school any time or at the Open House/Gala. Thank you. - The Directorate
  48. 48. Harbord Club Executive Co - Chair/Director - Sidney Ingham -HCI-1978 Co - Chair/Director - Sierra Medeiros-Felix -HCI-2010 Director - Murray Rubin -HCI-1950 Director - Ben Lee -HCI-1978 Director - Belinda Medeiros-Felix -HCI-1981 –Staff Director - Josephine Zilavec - HCI -1984 Director - Vasan Persad HCI-1994 - Staff Director - Diana Da Silva -HCI-2009 Student Representatives - Soundos Rezig—HCI-2017 and Maddy Reis HCI-2019 Harbordite Co-editors - Ben Lee-1978 & Belinda Medeiros-Felix-1981 -Staff

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