A Strategic Shift from ¡§Group¡¨ to ¡§Page¡¨
Thank you for your year-long support of the facebook groups, ¡§Holy Family Canossian College, HK¡¨ and ¡§Holy Family Canossian College Alumnae Association¡¨. Due to the technical movement of Facebook, the two specific groups will soon be automatically upgraded to a new format that facilitates small group discussion. The AA committee feels that the new format no longer fits as a medium of online communication and publication. WE DECIDED TO LIFT THE OFFICIAL STATUS OF THE TWO GROUPS. Starting from TODAY, the ONLY official facebook channel for HFCCAA is the fan page by the same name of our association. We will release our latest news and interact with members there. If you have not become one of our fans yet, JOIN US NOW at https://www.facebook.com/HFCCAA.
As a reminder, the facebook upgrade will not keep the old members. If you want to stay in the group and connect with other Holy Familians, please upgrade your member status by clicking the button on top of the page of the respective groups.
Thank you for your attention. I hope we will virtually meet one another at the fan page again.
HFCCAA Web Administrator
A Requiem mass will be offered for the repose of the soul of Sr. Margaret Lee in the chapel of the Canossian Daughters of Charity, Servants of the Poor (¹Å¿Õ¼»¤¯·R¤k×·|) at 4:30pm on the 22nd October, 2011 (Saturday). The venue address is 34, Caine Road, Hong Kong Island.
Congratulations on the establishment of Holy Family Canossian School Alumni Association! The inauguration ceremony of the first committee will be held in the school hall on 24 September, 2011 (Saturday). The service will commence at 3 p.m. Reception will be started at 2:30 p.m. All alumnae of HFCS and HFCC are welcome. For further details, please visit the new association's website: http://www.hfkc.edu.hk/school/test.html
Sr. Margaret Lee passed away at 5:30 a.m. on 3rd September. She was buried at St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery Happy Valley on 6th September. Truly it is hard to say goodbye, but her life teaching will be remembered and passed on. May she rest in peace!