GNC launches essay competition

The Ghana National Council launched an essay competition leading to Chicago’s celebration of Ghana’s 58th anniversary dinner dance.  The topic of the essay was “What Ghana @58 means to me” and it was open to Ghanaians under the age of 30 years.  There were three prizes to be won.

Belinda Grant won the essay competition and took home $300.00. The second price was won by Rachael Boakye. She received $200.00. Lorene Boafo took home $100.00 for placing 3rd. Honorable mention was the essay submitted by Catherine Ntiamoah. Her essay was adjudged the best but her absence at the function was against the rules of the competition. ul. Breathing life into portraits through the use of wood, airbrush, paint, and pencil drawings, Osei merges his African and American upbringing to tell a new story to art artaficionados with ARTBYBADU.
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