Item 1074 - Patron of Round Square

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2019-2-2-1-1074

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Patron of Round Square

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  • August 1995 (Creation)

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Patronages and Memberships

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Source: Round Square website; video recording; correspondence

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Round Square is a world-wide association of more than 70 schools on five continents sharing unique and ambitious goals. Students attending Round Square schools make a strong commitment, beyond academic excellence, to personal development and responsibility

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Announcement of patronage made by King Constantine during conference in 1995 in Southport, Australia. He read out following message from Mandela:
Your Majesty;
With reference to various discussions regarding becoming Patron of The Round Square schools, I am very pleased to join Your Majesty and H R H The Duke of York and other Distinguished Patrons. Please extend my best wishes to all the young students of the Round Square Schools around the world.
Yours in friendship and respect,
Nelson Mandela

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Nelson Mandela Tributes Database: T00620

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http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G1-75616174.html; http://www.roundsquare.org/index.php?id=38

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