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Month: March 2015

A play and garage sale in North Legon!

A play and garage sale in North Legon!

         The past two weeks have been crazy!  As we draw closer to Resurrection Day weekend and the close of the school year, things continue to get busier and busier with my program.  One of my professors warned us that this time would begin heating up with assignments, papers, reading, and research—but yet, she’s giving us more and more assignments!  While the rain stopped me from going to Coco Beach last weekend, I have been able to…

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My first community service project in Africa

My first community service project in Africa

     Last week, I took part in a  community service project with the Rotaract Club of Accra-East.  The trip was nothing short of a real eye opener to what the majority world deals with on a daily basis.  Here’s a look at the service project in the community of Sefwan. A few weeks ago I posted about making new friends during a presentation I gave at the Rotaract Club of Accra East.  After the presentation, the Club President, Emmanuel…

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Day trip to Boti Falls, Umbrella Rock, and the Tetteh Quarshie Cocoa Farm

Day trip to Boti Falls, Umbrella Rock, and the Tetteh Quarshie Cocoa Farm

          Before coming to Ghana, I expected to take part in a rigorous Masters program.  Sure enough, last semester’s work load proved to be a great challenge indeed.  However, this semester is already shaping up to outdo last semester.  With all the work and commitments swirling around me, it’s good to find time to break away and get back to nature.  Fortunately for me, that’s just what a new friend and I did last week when we headed to Boti falls…

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