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sptodd
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# Posted: 24 Jul 2006 19:19


I am looking for Ross Wilson the Librarian at HAHS in 1968-1971. He also organised the Duke of Edinborough Awards etc. Anyone knowing how I might contact him, please let me know.

tykers
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# Posted: 6 Aug 2006 18:02


There's a Ross Wilson currently in the Library at Orange High School - too coincidental for him not to be the same one!

baileyg
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# Posted: 14 Aug 2006 21:23


sptodd
Yes- not just a coincidence. Ross is the role call teacher of my son. Christopher tells me Ross is currently on leave. I will get Christopher to give Ross the details of the web site on his return.

From the same vintage, Bruce Hardy (maths teacher) is also at Orange High School.

GregGlynn
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# Posted: 15 Aug 2006 16:52


Ross was still at HAHS in 1975-1979 - I would like to catch up with him too ... I've got a few books to return.;)

stringy
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# Posted: 29 Sep 2006 11:50


I recall Ross in a staff vs student swimming carnival relay (late 70s). The teachers were starting to fall behind and when he jumped in the pool he swam the whole length without taking a breath. Very impressive. . . but they still didn't win.

JAA
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# Posted: 5 Oct 2006 15:22


Give him a whack on the back of the head for me! I owe him quite a few.

Go and wait outsid the English Cottage.
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# Posted: 3 May 2007 11:02


How could anyone forget the battle cry, "Pretty darn stupid son!"...PAFf!!!

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