Alumni meet at Little Flower High School

HYDERABAD: The annual reunion of all batches — ‘Reminiscences 2012’ of Little Flower High School Old Students’ Association (LIFLOS) will be held on January 8 between 3 and 8 pm in the school p

Published: 05th January 2012 12:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:08 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The annual reunion of all batches — ‘Reminiscences 2012’ of Little Flower High School Old Students’ Association (LIFLOS) will be held on January 8 between 3 and 8 pm in the school premises.

The association is conducting free health check camps in super specialty areas of Gastroenterology, cardiology among others during the day.

The highlight of the evening shall be the senior alumni (1958 to 1988) versus the junior alumni (1989 to 2011) basketball match. Alumni of Little Flower High School like vice-chancellor of JNTU professor Rameshwar Rao, IAS, principal secretary government of AP Raymond Peter, former test cricketer and Indian cricket team manager Arshad Ayub, and cine actor Nandamuri Balakrishna, are expected to participate in the programme.

LIFLOS has been actively involved in rendering free computer education to the underprivileged girl students in Chaderghat area. Amd the association has also been conducting free medical and dental camps to the poor and needy in the slums of Hyderabad.

For more information, contact: 7893555602 or log on to www.lfhshyd.org

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