St Michael’s Centennial Logo Launched


 ipoh echo issue 139, St Michael’s InstitutionSt Michael’s Institution, which is 100 years old this year, launched their centennial logo on the morning of February 24 with the theme “Cherishing the past, Embracing the future”.

The launch, held during the morning assembly at 7.30 a.m., had as its Guest of Honour Tan Sri Dato’ Lee Oi Hian, himself an Old Boy, Class of ‘69.

Also present was Dato’ Brother Vincent Corkery, Old Michaelians Association President Mr Adrian Tsen, PIBG Chairman Joseph Michael Lee, past Principals and teachers.

St Michael’s Institution Principal Madam Loh Wei Seng, also an ex-Michaelian Class of ‘75, described the morning’s event as a “meaningful celebration to mark the school’s 100 year illustrious journey and existence.”

La Salle Brother and former Brother Director, Dato’ Brother Vincent Corkery attributed the “secret of the school’s greatness and on-going vibrancy to its spirit of faith, service and community which values the old Michaelian experience, unique meaning and relevance for life.”

The morning’s activities saw the guests cutting the Happy Birthday Centennial cake and unveiling the official Centennial Logo by Tan Sri Dato’ Lee Oi Hian. Collar pins of the centennial logo will be worn by all Michaelians throughout the year.

The schools centennial celebration started last month with the Centennial Cross Country Run. It will be having more centennial events throughout the year such as a Food and Fun Fair and Talentime in April, School Play in July and culminating with the Centennial Dinner on September 29.