Month: June 2013
We were blessed to have a visit from Linda and Tom who came to see the school and want to finance the construction of a library that is intended to provide a reading environment for not just to the school students but to the society of Ruai as there is no other public library around. The students were rather fascinated by her visit and welcomed her warmly. She assessed the place she would love to build a library then spoke words of encouragement to the students.
Ms Linda and
She has promised to provide computers to the students. We expect her to come again on the 1st of Aug with 12 others to play with the children. Bro. John Kennedy thanks her abundantly.
Thank You Linda and Global Alliance of Africa!!
St. Charles Lwanga day was a colorful day filled with fun and laughter. The decorations were made to suit the day perfectly. Students, teachers together with the non-teaching staff had worked hard to ensure a day of excellence. The program set and ready to take off began with Mass and then the speeches given by the head-girl and the director Bro. John Oronjo. The function was graced by the presence of various schools and visitors together with the parents. The entertainment was of great zeal and everyone afforded a smile.
St. Joseph Primary and Gibs Girls secondary School that attended the function.
Compassionate hand Children’s Home could not miss out on such a lovely occasion. They came in lovely T-shirts that reminded us that disability is not really the end of the world. This home is also supported by Bro. John Kennedy.
The food drinks and entertainment was breathtaking…
Joseph conducted the school choir singing Rock of Ages..
The cake was beautiful and was served to the audience by Mr. and Miss St. Charles Lwanga.
Miss Cecilia brought a gift of 2 boxes of sanitary pads that she gave to the children who were represented by the head girl. The director highly appreciated the presents.
Director, Mr. Oronjo John gave a speech thanking and appreciating everyone for their various participation in the making of St. Charles Lwanga day below is his speech.