Monday, April 14, 2008
We want to thank all readers and contributors who have offered their support since this site went live in November of 2006, and we further look forward to bigger and better things as the blog goes home to the School's domain.
Email subscriptions should continue to function, and RSS users may be required to update their feeds. Note too that there is a wealth of new content added since the last post on January 31 at http://QRCLink.blogspot.com
So peruse the new site, comment, enjoy, and share the Link.
Posted by Keith at 8:48 PM
Thursday, January 31, 2008
QRC and sister school St. Francois Girls College celebrated carnival together on QRC Grounds on January 31st with an Ole Mas competition and soca showdown. Music was provided by the Definition of Sound and there was a special guest appearance by last year's Junior Soca Monarch and QRC's own Young Marcelle.
By photographic evidence captured by ex-Principal Bill Carter, a fine time was had by all. Click on the image above to see the event album.
Posted by Keith at 10:00 PM
Tuesday, January 15, 2008
Under the caption, "Small Lime turns into Big Fun", the Trinidad Guardian today printed an article bylined by veteran Entertainment Editor and Old Boy Peter Ray Blood. An excellent read, it represents more salt in the wounds of any Royalian who couldn't or didn't make it to the '07 edition of the event.
The Committee extends their thanks again to all attendees, contributors and well-wishers, and advises that the last Saturday of 2008 falls on December 27th. So mark your calendars and get your passport and visa stamped early. The next one promises to be bigger and better than the last.
Lime cyar done!
Posted by Keith at 5:00 PM
Thursday, January 3, 2008
Held in the shadow of the Main Block, the QRC Small Lime '07 saw the largest turn-out of QRC alumni and supporters in the event's relatively brief history. According to committee member, Michael "Tino" Arjune, "Is de most QRC men I see in one venue since assembly in school!"
Billed under the tag-line "Lime Cyar Done", the event's organizing committee chaired by Willard McIntyre, ensured that the gathering was well watered and fed during the course of the day. Kitchen coordinators Adam McKell and Gerard Manzano outdid themselves for yet another year, adding roasted suckling pigs to the menu.
The day's small goal football tournament saw wide participation, and Sports coordinator Ramesh Ramdeen ensured that games ran smoothly all day. The tournament was won eventually by Larry Olton-led "So What" over Gary Awai's "Who Cares" in a final played under lights.
Music was once again provided by Colin Chambers, who was presented with an award for his annual and magnanimous contribution of time, equipment and tunes. He though gave way on the evening to one of the country's top deejays and Old Boy, Jus Jase, who took the reunion lime down memory lane in a hot after-dark set.
The last Saturday of the year is now firmly entrenched in the College calendar. By all accounts, the event was a resounding success, and a fine time was had by all.
Photos of the day's activity - captured by Keith Francis and Gary Awai - are available here and here.
The members of the organizing committee - Willard, Larry, Tino, Ramesh, Nigel, Dion, CP, Adam, Hugh, Inshan, Danny, Malcolm and Keith - extend their gratitude to all attendees and supporters, and look forward to hosting The QRC Small Lime '08.
A message from the Committee Chairman, Willard McIntyre
On behalf of the Quite Respectable Chaps Committee, I would like to thank all the contributors for ensuring that the event was a huge success. As we continue to celebrate our unparalleled sense of camaraderie amongst the College fraternity, we have an unwavering commitment to assist the school and have a great time in the process.
The proceeds from the Small Lime '07 shall assist the refurbishment of the College canteen and another small project. We expect an even larger gathering of the QRC alumni for the Small Lime on the 27th of December, 2008.
Lime cyar done!
Posted by Keith at 11:09 PM
Monday, December 10, 2007
The Queens Royal College Foundation presents
Outta De Blue 9
All Inclusive Carnival Fete
QRC Grounds, St. Clair, Port of Spain
Saturday 5th January, 2008 ~ 5pm to Midnight
Main Meal 6pm to 9pm
Shurwayne Winchester and Traffik
Roy Cape All Stars
Retro Kings featuring KV Charles
Trinidad All Stars Steel Orchestra
Worldwide Steel Band
TT$450 Advance Only
call 622-2544, 624-4569, 623-9291,
740-8559, 795-0050, 627-4148
or email email@example.com
Posted by Keith at 5:50 PM
Sunday, November 25, 2007
All alumni interested in playing in the day's small goal and cricket tournaments are asked to pre-register with Ramesh Ramdeen, the day's sports coordinator, at (868) 766-1909 or rameshramdeen[at]hotmail.com.
Only eight small goal teams can be accommodated on the day. Thus far three have already confirmed attendance, so don't stick! Registration is on a first come first served basis, and no new teams will be taken on the day of the event.
To ensure smooth sailing, we are asking that all remaining teams register before the week of December 29th.
Registration is free to all contributing attendees of the Small Lime.
Prizes and bragging rights are in the offering in this latest addition to the fastest-growing QRC charity event.
Lime Cyar Done! See you all there!
Posted by Keith at 4:52 AM
This is just a gentle reminder to come out and support the Quite Respectable Chaps Small Lime 2007.
Call all yuh old QRC pardnahs and have them attend. Information on the event is available on QRC Link and on Facebook.
ALL QRC Alumni are welcome regardless of the year of attendance.
|DATE:||Saturday 29th December 2007|
|TIME:||11:00 am until yuh wife (or husband!) and kids decide it's time for you to come home!|
|VENUE:||QRC Grounds, Hayes Street, Port of Spain|
|CONTRIBUTION:||$100.00 Standard. You can contribute more if you wish so don't be shy.|
|ACTIVITIES:||5-a-side Football, 14 -a-side Cricket, and an abundance of shit talk and fun.|
|MUSIC:||Colin Chambers, Jus Jase and Lyndon Livingston.|
WALK WITH YOUR COOLERS filled with drinks and WALK WITH YOUR FOOD as normal!
There will be night football as well - Yes, we getting lights for the field so doh worry...
All proceeds are going to be donated to school projects. Guaranteed!
We look forward to the biggest QRC reunion lime ever this year. Your support for this event is paramount.
You can contact any of the following people for further information of if you wish to contribute in another way:
Larry Olton 686-7733
Malcolm Marquez 685-1766
Willard McIntyre 681-7438
Demetrius 'CP' Fraser 788-7239
Dion Jennings 745 -2485
Michael 'Tino' Arjune 684-2196
Ramesh Ramdeen 766 - 1909
Adam McKell 491 - 1029
Thanks in advance.... See you all there!
Posted by Keith at 4:33 AM