Dear old and new members,
Since the establishment of NTNUI Badminton in 1949, the club has had a steady stream of NTNUIers from all over the country who have enjoyed playing badminton in Trondheim. 70 years have gone by fast, and NTNUI badminton has achieved to organize NM, UBM, played ‘eliteserie’ and is today a club with over 200 members! In the club, members have found a joy of badminton, togetherness, exercise partners, double partners, a safe and social environment, friends for life, lovers and spouses.
70 years of happiness has to be celebrated! You are therefore invited to the best student party ever in the world’s best student city! March 21st, old and new members are invited to the 70th anniversary at the Nardo clubhouse in Trondheim. The party starts at 6pm, but maybe something exciting will happen earlier in the day too. There will be served tapas buffet, cake buffet and a welcome drink. There will not be a bar, but the venue will allow you to bring your own drinks. We provide coffee, tea and soft drinks.
During the evening there will be speeches, songs, awards and entertainment in good student style. If you have something to contribute, let us know! In addition, pictures will be taken by NTNUI Blits, and if you do not want to be photographed you can say in the registration. The outfit is a student gala so bring all your medals, ribbons and crowns, and get dressed for dancing!
This is a great opportunity to contact old double partners and club mates to come together for a new party! We are unable to survey all former members so we appreciate if invitations can be passed on to other old badminton NTNUIers!
The party costs NOK 450 with food and welcome drinks included in the price. The money is paid to account number: 8601.43.52513
Mark payment with name + 70 years!
Registration is done via this link: https://forms.gle/GQ88rX4XZGhGaz1V8
Deadline February 20, 2020.
(There is 100 capacity in the room so don’t hesitate to sign up!)
Link to facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/438692703675926/
Emilie Storvik, on behalf of the committee for the anniversary