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Inauguration of University Primary School Tennis Club

A Tennis Club has been inaugurated at the University Primary School. The occasion was marked by a tennis match between the University Primary School and the Kaneshie Pilenzy Tennis Academy.

Documentation and Information Section -- Nov,7th
A group photograph of the University Primary School Tennis Team A group photograph of the University Primary School Tennis Team

A Tennis Club has been inaugurated at the University Primary School. The occasion was marked by a tennis match between the University Primary School and the Kaneshie Pilenzy Tennis Academy.

In a later development, the Acting Director of the Directorate of Internal Audit, University of Cape of Coast, Mr. E. P. Owusu, donated five rackets and three set of balls to the club. He noted that, the gesture was to express gratitude to the school, and pointed out that “as a past pupil of the University Primary School, I deem it a responsibility to contribute towards the school which helped to shape my upbringing.” He expressed the hope that the equipment would assist the club in their games, emphasizing that “All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy.” He also advised the children to take their studies seriously.

Receiving, the equipment on behalf of the school, a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation and the Chairman of the University Primary Tennis Club, Mr. F. S. Bediako thanked Mr. Owusu, for the donation. He urged the club to be active and win more laurels for the School.

A Physical Education teacher of the school, Mr.Jerry Rockson also thanked Mr. Owusu for his donation and promised to make good use of the equipment.

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A request from you

Dear Sir,

I am a fresh graduate (part of the 44th congregation graduates) with a first class honours in Basic Eduaction.

Sir, I did not see my name and that of a friend of mine, Brobbey Gabriel - also a first class student from the same department, in the congregation booklet. I saw the names on the notice board. I inquired and was told it was a problem from the printing press. Both names were mentioned during the programme, too.

Unfortunately, I am due for promotion from my employer (Ghana Education Service) but they are demanding the page the name was to appear before my promotion would be processed.

Therefore, I would be very grateful if you could publish the list of graduands, which was pasted on the notice board, so that we could use the net to prove to them.

Thank you.

From: Asare - Addae, John (ED/BED/08/0008)
Tel: 0206-125914 / 0245-798671

Re: A request from you

Hi John,

You can find what you are looking for on the UCC website at http://graduationlist.ucc.edu.gh/
You can search using your first name, last name, programme or a combination of any of the above. Hope you get your promotion. Have a nice day.

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