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Month: February 2015

Meeting with the Rotary Club of Accra-Achimota

Meeting with the Rotary Club of Accra-Achimota

          Last week I spent time with the Rotary Club of Accra-Achimota.  The Club definitely ranks in one of the livelier ones I’ve visited.  Their was laughter throughout the meeting, with some inside jokes which was clear to only some folks present.  Here’s a look at my time with the Rotary Club of Accra-Achimota. When my professor introduced me to the Dean of my department last semester, we discussed my program, life in the US, and…

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My first Rotaract meeting with the Rotaract Club of Accra-East

My first Rotaract meeting with the Rotaract Club of Accra-East

     Of all the Rotary Clubs I’ve interacted with so far, the Rotaract Club of Accra-East has definitely been the liveliest.  Last week, this small, but exuberant club welcomed me with open arms, had a million questions for me after my presentation, and made me feel right at home.  Here’s a look at my time with the Rotaract Club of Accra-East. Preparation for the meeting, February 10, 2015               I first met the…

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Speaking at the Rotary Club of Accra-Dzorwulu

Speaking at the Rotary Club of Accra-Dzorwulu

***HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY TO MY FRIENDS, FAMILY, SPONSOR  AND HOST ROTARY CLUBS AND READERS AROUND THE WORLD!***  Last Wednesday I gave my fourth Rotary presentation to the Rotary Club of Accra-Dzorwulu.  Here’s a look at my interaction with the Rotary Club.      I’m no stranger to the Rotary Club of Accra-Dzorwulu.  My professor, a member of the club, took me as his guest to one of the meetings last semester.  The president, Ms. Yvonne, also invited me to take part in a…

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Moving to East Legon

Moving to East Legon

Two weeks ago, I said goodbye to my home of six months at the student hostel and moved to a residential home in East Legon.  Since that time, I’ve gotten to know the family and was also invited to a christening ceremony.  Here’s a look at my move and a family celebration in Ghana.  After all the noise and chaos that comes with a student hostel (dorm), I knew I had to act quickly if I was going to find…

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Weekend at Cape Coast

Weekend at Cape Coast

                Visiting Cape Coast several days ago was—as always—a refreshing and amazing treat.  This time was particularly special because I slept, ate, and made new friends right on the beach!  Here’s a look at my third Cape Coast adventure.                           My plan two weekends ago was to head to Takoradi for a Festival.  My rerouted plans took me to Cape Coast instead, which…

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