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Kyneton Marist Brothers Old Boys Association Inc

Peter Hugh Law aka “Pup” departed this world last evening .......April 7 2020.

Judy and their family had been with him most of the day.

He had been in very poor health for the last several years with many ambulance journeys and admissions to hospitals.

His last hospital stints were at the Royal Melbourne and home in Kyneton.

He had been moved to 22 Elizabeth Street for home palliative care. 

Not quite the patient sufferer but he is now at rest.

This debilitating virus means that a funeral service open to all is not allowed.

No doubt a remembrance service will be organised when things normalise.

Please keep Judy and the family in your thoughts and prayers



Fishing Extravaganza

The annual visit to Torrumbarry Weir Tourist Park for 2020 is over!

A report is contained under Information about our mates page


 A comprehensive record of deceased Old Boys can be found at the Annual Reunion page by clicking on the Deceased Old Boys icon.

If you are aware of any additions or corrections please let us know.


The 2021 annual reunion will be held on Sunday 24 January

It will be our 74 th meeting


 Gerry Bowe is on the sick list.[March 2020]

Servabo Fidem    


Banjo Patterson’s poem advises of the formation of an institution called “The Geebung Polo Club” and contains a line “By the old Campaspe River where the breezes shake the grass”.


Banjo was probably referring to the Campaspe River in Queensland not the one that rises at Ashbourne near Kyneton in Victoria.


Whatever the truth may be there is an institution at Kyneton in Victoria which although not in Banjo’s poems is not dissimilar to the Geebung Polo Club.


There exists an arguably unique institution called the Kyneton Marist Brothers Old Boys Association Inc [MBOBA] which as the name infers is associated with the Kyneton Community.


The Marist Brothers taught at Kyneton from 1926 until 1967 , yet although the school has been closed longer that it was open, the alumni association is still as vibrant as it was when founded in 1947.  



One of the early events was the designing of a badge to be part of the school uniform. The badge was designed by Brother Louis the first director in 1926 and was supplied by A H Wittenback of Richmond. The badge of very neat appearance contains the school colours. Cerise – typifies the Sacred Heart, Blue – the Blessed Virgin Mary, Gold – our sun drenched country, Australia with a golden heart.

The symbols are the Southern Cross – Australia’s emblem [using that as depicted on the Victorian state flag]. The lamp and open book of knowledge and the Marist monogram. Around them a laurel of victory and the motto Servabo Fidem   [I will keep the faith.]

The Old Boys Association took the school badge and incorporated it into the Association shield by adding the wording that appears at the bottom



The school hymn Faith of our Fathers is detailed at Annual Reunion page




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