By Christabel Addo, GNA
Accra, Sept. 15,
GNA – The Labone Senior High School Old Students Association (LOSA) 83-year
group, on Thursday, handed over a multi-purpose paved event grounds to the
Management of the school.
The project, which
was completed at a cost of GHȼ35,000.00 would
provide a more decent and conducive environment for holding school gatherings
and other extra-curricular events.
Mr Joshua Akron,
LOSA President said the project was the biggest so far to be undertaken by any
year group upon a petition presented to the Association by the Headmistress at
the schools speech and prize giving day last year.
gratitude to the Headmistress and the Management of the School for the support
and co-ordination of LOSA projects, as well as their collaboration with the various
year groups to improve both infrastructure and academic excellence among the
Mr Prosper Daniel
Blagogee, LOSA83 President unveiled a plaque and presented 20 pieces of dust
bins they had secured from the Fan Milk Ghana Limited to facilitate good
sanitation and proper waste management practices in the school.
He pledged the
Group’s commitment towards ensuring the expansion of other infrastructure to
make the institution one of the best and preferred in the Greater Accra
Ms Kate Bannerman,
the Headmistress of the LOSA, thanked the Association for their continuous
support, and particularly commended the 83- year group for honouring their
promise by completing the project on schedule.
She said the paved
grounds now to be known as the LOSA 83 Square, is an opportune investment that
would provide spacious converging grounds for all manner of ceremonies of the
school, and could also be rented out for public events to generate additional
revenue to finance other internal activities of the school.
She said the
school’s present Assembly Hall has also become too small to accommodate the
current high student population of 2,700, and as such it could only provide
comfort for just 500 people.
Ms Bannerman again
appealed to LOSA, and threw out the challenge to the various year groups, to
once more help in expanding the facility to improve the sitting capacity of