COURT NO. 109 IS BORN
The Noble Lady of Court 109, Adoagyiri-Nsawam Sis Lena E. Agbedzi has appealed to sisters of the court to remain focus in the Noble Order.
According to her, “there is a race to be run, victory to be won and we cannot afford to be lethargic or lagging in zeal”.
Sis Agbedzi made the appeal in her maiden address after the consecration of Court 109 by the Grand Lady, Most Respected Lady Sis. Margaret Yirenkyi at the St Martin’s Senior High School Chapel on February 14, 2015.
Court No. 109 (Adoagyiri-Nsawam) in the Eastern Region is thus, the latest addition to the growing number of courts of the Noble Order of the Ladies of Marshall.
She commended brothers of Council 107, Adoagyiri Nsawam for supporting the consecration of new court.
Sis Agbedzi announced that the new court intended to undertake its first charity works during Easter at the ‘Matthew 25’ House in Koforidua.
She also announced that sisters in collaboration with the brothers were working around the clock to open a junior council and court.
After the installation and consecration the sisters of Court No. 109 hosted their colleagues and other invited guest to a banquet which was held at the Assembly Hall. Among the special invited guests were: Mr. Kataboa, Headmaster of St. Martins Senior High School, Mr. John Foreyson, Chairman of PPC of St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church of Adoagyiri, Mrs. Abigail Asare Serwah, a representative of the Knights and Ladies of St. John International.
Also present were brothers of Council No. 107 (Adoagyiri-Nsawam) which was consecrated and inaugurated on February 26, 2011.
The chairman for the function was Naa J.B.F. Naeroh, IPGK of Council No. 107.
At the Banquet the office bearers in the first administration of Court No. 109 were introduced to brothers and sisters.
The Grand Knight, Bro. Bernard Bentil, in a short address thanked God for the successful consecration of Court No. 109.
He promised to work with the Noble Lady to ensure the realisation of the dream of having a junior council and court in Adoagyiri-Nsawam.
Story and pictures by Bro. Kojo T. Vieta, PGA/RADV