St John’s Grammar old students assist alma mater

BY: Samuel K. Obour

The President of the 85 Year group of JOSA, Mr Ike Bulley, making the presentation to the Headmistress, Mrs Rose Laryea. Looking on are some of the students, members of staff and old students. Picture: HADIZA NUHHU-BILLA QUANSAHThe 1985 Year Group of the St John’s Grammar Old Students Association (JOSA), has donated sets of furniture valued at GH¢25,000 to the school’s library.

Making the presentation, the President of JOSA 1985, Mr Ike Bulley, said the donation formed part of the association’s social responsibility towards the school.

“As a school, we know the population keeps increasing, and as such there is the need to support the school with this furniture for students using the library to be comfortable”.

The Headmistress of the school, Mrs Rose Laryea, expressed her appreciation at the donation by the 85 Year Group and promised to monitor the students to put the chairs and tables to good use and appealed to other year groups of the school to emulate the gesture.