Eunice Tekie Tei, GNA
Kwahu Nkwatia (E/R), March 28, GNA - The 1986/88-year groups of the St. Peter's Senior High School have donated items worth over Gh¢3,000.00 and cash of Gh¢2,000.00 to the Bless the Children International Home, an orphanage at Nkwatia in the Kwahu East District.
Among the items were bags of rice and sugar, tubers of yam and cooking oil, first aid kits, toiletries, stationeries and rubber buckets.
Dr Richard Gyimah, the President of the year groups, said the gesture formed part of the Association's social responsibility of giving back to society and assisting the needy and vulnerable.
He said the Association planned to support the Home to improve the quality of life of the children.
That, he said, was to help develop their potentials to enable them to become responsible citizens to society and the country as a whole.
Aside the benevolence, he said, the groups had also supported their Alma mater by renovating and providing toilet facility for the Sick Bay to serve students who patronised the place.
Dr Gyimah said plans were underway to adopt the School's Volley Ball Court to help in its maintenance to promote sporting activities.
Members would be meeting from time to time to deliberate on challenges facing their Alma mater to see how best they could contribute to resolving them, he said.
He, therefore, called on other old boys of the School to join the Association so effectively support the development of their Alma mater.