Dear Friends and Alumni of PLMGS,
In 2020, despite the many restrictions imposed as a result of the pandemic, the PL family was intent on staying united, and making the most of every moment, in continuing our tradition of thanksgiving and praising the Lord while embracing the opportunity to do things differently.
In times like these, it is important to lean on our community for support, especially the friends we have made from being a part of this extended family. For it is these relationships that will endure in any crisis. It is equally important to use our talents and skills to bless those around us, and to improve the communities we belong to.
With this in mind, our Alumni Association organised events in the run up to our alma mater’s 104th year since her founding, to encourage the PL Family to stay connected with each other. It was a busy year for this family of alumni, staff and parents, which rose to our call to praise the Lord together, while being apart. We did so by Walking Together and staying fit and healthy, by Serving Together and remembering to be a blessing, and by Praying Together and always turning to God in prayer. These events culminated in a virtually-hosted Founder’s Celebration on 14 October 2020, in which we were joined by more than 500 members of our extended PL Family.
Yes, we have missed many of our usual get-togethers, our National Day march past and the music and performances of our PL-lites, and the mortarboards in the air on graduation. Yet, there is much to be thankful for. We have been abundantly blessed with God’s faithfulness through generations over 104 years, and we know for sure God’s steadfast love endures forever.
Reunion will not be far away. We all look forward to meeting up again when all this is behind us. For now, I thank you for supporting the Alumni Association in our service to our alma mater, Paya Lebar MGS.
To God be the Glory.
Mrs Quahe-Lim Su-Lynn
President of the PLMGS Alumni Association
Class of 1988