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Annual All East African Schools Picnic - Lane Cove River National Park in Sydney (Australia) - Sunday 28 October 2012 This is an open invitation to former members of East African schools together with their bwanas (or memsahibs as the case may be and there may even be totos - more likely grandtotos - who may want to attend) to join other rafikis for this annual picnic cum barbeque now in its twelfth consecutive year. To savour the flavour last year's picnic and previous ones, please point your Web Browser to http://eastafricans.org/picnics/2011/ Even if you are unable to attend, would you please be good enough to spread the word. For further details please contact Dave lichtend@ozemail.com.au


UPDATED .........All the rest of the photos and email addresses that everyone has sent me have now been added to the site, Thanks everyone.


UPDATED ............ There has been a whole re-moddle to the website!!


UPDATED 18 Sep 2007 Updated what are they like now photos, added some new e-mail addresses, added a new what's on!


10th Consecutive All East African Schools Picnic - Lane Cove River National Park ( Sydney ) - Sunday 25 October 2009 This is an open invitation to former members of East African schools together with their bwanas (or memsahibs as the case may be ? and there may even be totos - more likely grandtotos -who may want to attend) to join other rafikis for this annual picnic come barbeque now in its ninth consecutive year. Note as established last year the picnic is being held on the 4th Sunday in October, a week later than with previous picnics. To savour the flavour last year's picnic and previous ones, please point your Web Browser to http://eastafricans.org/picnics/2008/ For further details please contact Dave Lichtenstein lichtend@ozemail.com.au


Ninth Annual All East African Schools Picnic - Lane Cove River National Park ( Sydney ) - Sunday 26 October 2008 This is an open invitation to former members of East African schools together with their bwanas (or memsahibs as the case may be ? and there may even be totos - more likely grandtotos -who may want to attend) to join other rafikis for this annual picnic cum barbeque now in its ninth consecutive year. Note this year the pcicnic is being held, a week later, on the 4th Sunday in October. This is to cater for those folk (especially overseas folk) attending the global Kenya Regiment reunion in Perth and who may be heading eastwards after that event. A special welcome to these folk. To savour the flavour last year's picnic and previous ones, please point your Web Browser to http://eastafricans.org/picnics/2007/ For further details please contact Dave lichtend@ozemail.com.au


Hill School (Eldoret) Global Reunion - Sunday 12 July 2009 - Shrivenham, UK All former Hill School staff and students and their spouses are cordially invited to attend an informal sit down buffet-style luncheon in a delightful English village setting (the scene of our successful initial UK Hill School reunion in 2001). This invitation is extended to surviving spouses or immediate offspring who "still fly the flag" for deceased members. Nan Pratt (nee Brindley) has kindly agreed to organise this reunion at her local village hall - the Shrivenham Memorial Hall - which has been booked for the day. For further details please contact Dave Lichtenstein lichtend@ozemail.com.au


New link to Kenya Kongonis Cricket Club We are the UK branch of the Kongonis Club based at Nairobi Club and provide an opportunity for all those who played cricket in Kenya and are now back in the UK, or who are visiting during July/August, to meet up for a two week tour in Sussex and Surrey


Why the pages ? After leaving Kenya back in 1981 at the age of 15 and having lived there since 1969, I had a number of friends with whom I lost contact. Since 1999 I have managed to find a number of them and was toying with the idea of setting up a web page so that we could post our addresses (and then and now pictures if offered!) so that we could have a central resource for others to find us. One of the cowboys - Lester Kemp mentioned that perhaps we should get a domain name to host this site and so here it is, very much in its infancy at the moment, but will hopefully grow into something bigger through time.


Who are we ? We are a group of ex-pats who were lucky enough to live in Kenya and went to school there. Most of us lost contact with each other over the years as we all left Kenya to return to our respective countries at different times, or go with parents to other parts of the world, this is hopefully a way of bringing those people back together again


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