Golden Oldie - Bombala Central School 5th year from 1963.

Each week the Times publishes a photo, the Golden Oldie, from years gone by and asks readers if they can identify any of the people in the photos.

The information is then gathered and published with the following week's Golden Oldie and on Facebook.

GOLDEN OLDIE: This week's Golden Oldie is a photo of fifth year students at Bombala Central School taken in 1963. Do you recognise anyone in the photo? We would love to hear from you if you do.

GOLDEN OLDIE: This week's Golden Oldie is a photo of fifth year students at Bombala Central School taken in 1963. Do you recognise anyone in the photo? We would love to hear from you if you do.

This week's Golden Oldie was taken back in 1963 of fifth year students at Bombala Central School. Do you recognise anyone, can you tell us their names?

We would love to hear from you if you do. Please email jeanne.medlicott@bombalatimes.com.au if you can help or you can post the names with the photo on Facebook.

Golden Oldie: Bombala St Joseph's students from back in 1980. back left : Michael Roberts, Kylie Peisley and Chris Phillips. Second row: Wayne Elton, Ian Perkins, Philip Kerrison, Graham Morgan, Danny Farrell and Sister Julian. Front: Paul Jones, Karen Brownlie, Angela Russo, Tanya Deane, Susanne Wolfe, Ruth Bedingfield and Steven Lasker.

Golden Oldie: Bombala St Joseph's students from back in 1980. back left : Michael Roberts, Kylie Peisley and Chris Phillips. Second row: Wayne Elton, Ian Perkins, Philip Kerrison, Graham Morgan, Danny Farrell and Sister Julian. Front: Paul Jones, Karen Brownlie, Angela Russo, Tanya Deane, Susanne Wolfe, Ruth Bedingfield and Steven Lasker.

Last week's Golden Oldie was of St. Joseph's Primary School taken in 1980.

They are from back left : Michael Roberts, Kylie Peisley and Chris Phillips.

Second row: Wayne Elton, Ian Perkins, Philip Kerrison, Graham Morgan, Danny Farrell and Sister Julian.

Front: Paul Jones, Karen Brownlie, Angela Russo, Tanya Deane, Susanne Wolfe, Ruth Bedingfield and Steven Lasker.

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