Accra, Feb 21- The 110th Speech, Prize-Giving and Founder's Day celebrations of the Adisadel College comes off on Saturday, 14th March 2020 at the Centenary Auditorium of the school.
Powered by the Santa 1995 year group, it has "STEM Education: The Future of Today's Youth and Ghana's Economic Transformation" as the theme for the celebration.
The four-day event, which would start from Thursday 12th March to Sunday 15th March has a series of programmes scheduled to mark this year's anniversary.
Preceding the Speech day event would be a career guidance and counselling mentorship sessions and football match on Thursday 12th March 2020 with a cadet route march, a tree planting, workshop or training programme for academic staff, organised in collaboration with Santa 1994 as well as a bonfire and fireworks happening on Friday, 13th March 2020.
On Saturday, March 14th being the Speech, Prize- Giving and Founder's Day celebration, there would also be the unveiling of the STEM Project which would be crowned with a Dinner to be organised in collaboration with the 1995 year group of Holy Child Old Girls' Association.
The four-day long event which would have Right Reverend Alexander Kobina Asmah, the Anglican Bishop of Sekondi Diocese as Chairman for the Speech, Prize-Giving and Founder's Day celebrations and Otwasuom Osae Nyampong VI, the Traditional Ruler, Pese Kamena Traditional Area; Board Chairman, Genser Energy as Guest of Honour as well as Dr Daniel Owiredu, the Chairman of Local Board, Golden Star Resources: Chairman, Governing Council of Anglican University College of Technology as the Guest Speaker would be climaxed with a Thanksgiving service and the much anticipated cement party that forms part of the Santaclaucians "tradition".
It would be supported by the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), GCB Bank, Zeeghurt and Selix.