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Queens Craft donates to Twin- City Special School

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Queens Crafts Catering and Decoration, Madam Grace Anthony, has donated a modern gate to the Twin- City Special School of Persons with Intellectual and Development Disabilities in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis in the Western Region.

The donation was to honour a request from the school and launch of the 25th anniversary celebration of Queens Craft Catering and Decoration.

Madam Grace Anthony, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA), said the school wrote a letter to her institution requesting for a school gate.

She explained that she saw the need to help the school by providing them with the gate as it would help intensify security in the school.

She added that it sometimes became difficult for the teachers to control the pupils due to their conditions and they could run out of the school premises without the knowledge of the teachers.

Madam Anthony also said, she visited the school every year to celebrate with the pupils, especially on her birthday which fa
lls on March 17…’ I usually come here with items like food, drinks, cakes, toffees and anything fun that will put smiles on their faces’.

‘ I take time off my schedule to have fun with them every year, I feel happy around them all the time… all I ask is for God to give me the strength and resources to keep on assisting the school in anyway possible’ she said.

Madam Cresentia Efua Bilson- Sai, the Headmistress of the school, expressed gratitude to the CEO and entire management of Queens Craft Catering and Decoration for the kind gesture towards the school.

She said the gate would help the school management to keep the pupils safe and also control their movement.

The Headmistress added that the new gate has also beautify the entrance of the school and that the school’s management would take proper care of the gate to last for a long time.

The school in showing appreciation to Madam Anthony for her commitment, love, care and support over the years to the school, presented her with a citation.

Mr Lawrence O
rlando Baidoo, the Special Education Coordinator for Sekondi-Takoradi Metro, expressed gratitude to the CEO on behalf of the Metro Education Directorate for the honour done to the school.

He urged the management of the school to put measures in place to keep the gate in a good condition.

The pupils of the Twin City Special School pronounced words of blessings on Madam Grace Anthony for coming to celebrate her birthday with them as well as the launch of her institution’s 25th anniversary.

Source: Ghana News Agency