TEACHERS’ QUARTER FOR THE GBORHO CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL DEDICATED IN GRAND STYLE.

The Grand Gedeh Asociation in the Americas Inc. (GGAA) in conjunction with the people of the Gborho Clan dedicated a four bedrooms unit that will serve as living quarter for teachers of the school and their families. The ceremony was held on Friday December 19, 2014 in Zai Town, Grand Gedeh County amid singing, dancing, drumming, and plenty of food.

The project, which is the first of its kinds to be undertaken by the GGAA within the County, is one of the fulfillments of the goals of the Collins-Poah... read more

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Published on December 3, 2014

The National Chairlady of the Grand Gedeh Association in the Americas Inc. (GGAA), Mrs. Elizabeth Pennoh Cheapoo, wants to take this time to express her thanks and heartfelt appreciation to everyone who put their hands around her and her family during the home going of her beloved daughter Anna Weah Gbeior. The Chairlady and her son want to particularly thank:
The GGAA National Administration
The Grand Gedeh Women Initiative
The Grand Gedeh Women Wing

Published on November 30, 2014

                                                                         

Published on November 25, 2014

After consultations with the Flah family, the GGAA national administration is asking all Grand Gedeans and well-wishers to attend an emergency general meeting, via teleconference, on Wednesday November 26, 2014, at 9E/8C.
The following issues will be on the agenda:
1. Information regarding wake keeping and funeral service
2. Transportation to Texas
3. Among other issues

Published on November 24, 2014

With heavy hearts and unmeasurable sorrow, the Grand Gedeh Association in the Americas Inc. (GGAA) and the Flah family regret to announce the death of the former Chairman of the Board of Directors and founding father of the GGAA Texas Chapter, Honorable Yancy Peters Flah. This sad event took place this morning at a hospital in Temple, Texas, following a protracted illness.