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High Table Dinner cum Admission Ceremony for Odd-Numbered Floors
November 5, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
We have good news for you! Are you ready?
We are so pleased to announce that our signature event, the Lap-Chee High Table Dinner, will be resumed in November! An Admission Ceremony will simultaneously be held where all newcomers will be presented with green (for undergraduate) or black (for postgraduate) gowns, symbolizing that you are admitted to Lap-Chee College and formally become a Lap-Cheer.
In view of COVID-19 situation, the maximum number of seating capacity at College Hall will be relaxed to 75% in order to allow sufficient social distancing. Therefore, to accommodate all Lap-Cheers to take part in this very special event, we need to make the following special arrangement.
You are assigned to the following High Table Dinner if you live on odd floors:
|Date:||Nov 5th, 2021 (Fri)|
|Time:||6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.|
|Venue:||2/F, College Hall, Jockey Club Student Village III,|
|9 Lung Wah Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong|
According to the University’s guidelines, to attend a High Table Dinner, you must have had received at least the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
Registration Link & Deadline (Oct 26, next Tuesday)
Everyone must fill in the following registration form on or before Oct 26, 2021 https://forms.gle/yjVZXDFvemP6ovgN6
Recruitment of High Table Dinner Sub-Committee Members
We are now recruiting Sub-Committee Members to facilitate the overall coordination of the High Table Dinners; including the following 5 categories: Master of ceremonies (MCs), Guest reception, Registration, Floor management, and Stage management.
If you are interested in working along with us on the High Table Dinners, please answer “Yes” to the question in Section 6 and fill in Section 7 in the registration link above.
Please read through the Admission Arrangement and Dress Code carefully. For enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org directly or talk to your floor tutors.
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