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  • “TEAM TOURCHA” GOES WILD

    It was all wet, wild and exciting when the main stream Level 200 Students from the African University College of Communications (AUCC) embarked on an initiative captioned “Charity Carwash” on Thursday April 7, 2016. It is the first of its kind to be organized at AUCC. The event is part of the numerous projects lined up by these students who call themselves “Team TourCha”. The event was about washing cars of students and in return receive financial donations in support of the project.

    Speaking to the team coordinator on the side lines at the event, Joseph Mensah explained that they will be embarking on charitable deeds every semester. “This semester, the plan is to tour the Eastern, Central and Western Regions of Ghana within three days”. He revealed that as part of the tour, donations will be made to needy children in selected communities within these regions. It is against this background that they embarked on this exercise to mobilize more funds for the project. “We knew that the car wash was going to be a great way to start” he added.

    The event has been recorded as one of the most successful events this semester.

    The SRC President, Andrew Atariwini also encouraged the team to organise more of such events regularly to revive the spirit of volunteerism among students. In all, the team washed over 20 cars.

  • “TEAM TOURCHA” GOES WILD

    It was all wet, wild and exciting when the main stream Level 200 Students from the African University College of Communications (AUCC) embarked on an initiative captioned “Charity Carwash” on Thursday April 7, 2016. It is the first of its kind to be organized at AUCC. The event is part of the numerous projects lined up by these students who call themselves “Team TourCha”. The event was about washing cars of students and in return receive financial donations in support of the project.

    Speaking to the team coordinator on the side lines at the event, Joseph Mensah explained that they will be embarking on charitable deeds every semester. “This semester, the plan is to tour the Eastern, Central and Western Regions of Ghana within three days”. He revealed that as part of the tour, donations will be made to needy children in selected communities within these regions. It is against this background that they embarked on this exercise to mobilize more funds for the project. “We knew that the car wash was going to be a great way to start” he added.

    The event has been recorded as one of the most successful events this semester.

    The SRC President, Andrew Atariwini also encouraged the team to organise more of such events regularly to revive the spirit of volunteerism among students. In all, the team washed over 20 cars.

  • “TEAM TOURCHA” GOES WILD

    It was all wet, wild and exciting when the main stream Level 200 Students from the African University College of Communications (AUCC) embarked on an initiative captioned “Charity Carwash” on Thursday April 7, 2016. It is the first of its kind to be organized at AUCC. The event is part of the numerous projects lined up by these students who call themselves “Team TourCha”. The event was about washing cars of students and in return receive financial donations in support of the project.

    Speaking to the team coordinator on the side lines at the event, Joseph Mensah explained that they will be embarking on charitable deeds every semester. “This semester, the plan is to tour the Eastern, Central and Western Regions of Ghana within three days”. He revealed that as part of the tour, donations will be made to needy children in selected communities within these regions. It is against this background that they embarked on this exercise to mobilize more funds for the project. “We knew that the car wash was going to be a great way to start” he added.

    The event has been recorded as one of the most successful events this semester.

    The SRC President, Andrew Atariwini also encouraged the team to organise more of such events regularly to revive the spirit of volunteerism among students. In all, the team washed over 20 cars.

  • “TEAM TOURCHA” GOES WILD

    It was all wet, wild and exciting when the main stream Level 200 Students from the African University College of Communications (AUCC) embarked on an initiative captioned “Charity Carwash” on Thursday April 7, 2016. It is the first of its kind to be organized at AUCC. The event is part of the numerous projects lined up by these students who call themselves “Team TourCha”. The event was about washing cars of students and in return receive financial donations in support of the project.

    Speaking to the team coordinator on the side lines at the event, Joseph Mensah explained that they will be embarking on charitable deeds every semester. “This semester, the plan is to tour the Eastern, Central and Western Regions of Ghana within three days”. He revealed that as part of the tour, donations will be made to needy children in selected communities within these regions. It is against this background that they embarked on this exercise to mobilize more funds for the project. “We knew that the car wash was going to be a great way to start” he added.

    The event has been recorded as one of the most successful events this semester.

    The SRC President, Andrew Atariwini also encouraged the team to organise more of such events regularly to revive the spirit of volunteerism among students. In all, the team washed over 20 cars.

  • “TEAM TOURCHA” GOES WILD

    It was all wet, wild and exciting when the main stream Level 200 Students from the African University College of Communications (AUCC) embarked on an initiative captioned “Charity Carwash” on Thursday April 7, 2016. It is the first of its kind to be organized at AUCC. The event is part of the numerous projects lined up by these students who call themselves “Team TourCha”. The event was about washing cars of students and in return receive financial donations in support of the project.

    Speaking to the team coordinator on the side lines at the event, Joseph Mensah explained that they will be embarking on charitable deeds every semester. “This semester, the plan is to tour the Eastern, Central and Western Regions of Ghana within three days”. He revealed that as part of the tour, donations will be made to needy children in selected communities within these regions. It is against this background that they embarked on this exercise to mobilize more funds for the project. “We knew that the car wash was going to be a great way to start” he added.

    The event has been recorded as one of the most successful events this semester.

    The SRC President, Andrew Atariwini also encouraged the team to organise more of such events regularly to revive the spirit of volunteerism among students. In all, the team washed over 20 cars.

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