57 KCOB Founders Dinner 13 June 2014: Mhlangenkululeko Siwisa (Finningley 2001); Myles Neill-Dore (Pembroke 2001); Darren Clark (Pembroke 1997) Founders Dinner 13 June 2014: Des Njapha (Finningley 1999 & KCOB Exec Member); Hector Mnyayiza (Sheffield 2004) FOUNDERSWEEKEND This special event continues to be the highlight of the KCOB calendar. More than 300 men attend the premier 2014 Founders event, the black-tie-dinner. Sixteen Old Boys travelled from abroad and the 10th reunion class of 2004 had the biggest reunion group with 59 men. The only class to break a coveted reunion attendance record was the 40th reunion class of 1974, arranged by David Attenborough. For a four th year in a row, Finningley won the house attendance honours. parents Dr Glen Hagemann (Finningley 1982) and Michael Marshall (Gillingham 1979) who volunteer significant time to Kearsney to provide professional medical suppor t and advice. Building a Legacy At the KCOB AGM the president applauded Old Boys who are Seizing The Day and growing the KCOB legacy: The KCOB rugby fund star ted in June 2012 and awarded their 1st 30% bursary in 2013 with a second award being made in 2015. Doug Carmody (Gillingham 1993) and Dave Pearse (Finningley 1974) were thanked for driving this fund. Class funds were encouraged with four class groups now having reached the minimum threshold (1952, 1974, 2007 & 2010) and a number of others working to establish a fund. Survivors The Survivor programme has grown from strength to strength. All Survivors are welcome to attend the 50th reunion. After the Survivor assembly and lunch a number of Survivors went on a campus tour with Joy Mills-Hackmann With grateful thanks to the Lundall Family