The PREGISS Fun Games, Fair and Family Day is set to send reverberations through the grounds of the Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School, Legon, once again come Saturday 1 July 2017.

The annual event, which begins at 9am at the Ɔdadeɛ Alumni and Mentorship Centre, will bring together all former students of the Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School, Legon (Ɔdadeɛ) and Aburi Girls Senior High School (Royal Beads), as well as old students of other invited senior high schools.

Commenting on the event, the President of Ɔdadeɛ Global, Rev. Dr Ebenezer Maama Markwei, said PRESEC and ABUGISS have conspired to give the whole family something to remember on 1 July.

“From the baby in the cradle through the graduate to the aged with the walking stick, a plethora of games and networking avenues have been designed to meet their respective needs. Moments to reconnect with friends and mates present themselves. Opportunities to make new friends are up for grabs. Games, good fun, food and networking are all made available to you,” he intimated.

Some of the games lined up for the event include five-a-side football, sumo wrestling as well as eating and dancing competitions. There will be a lot of good music alongside a buzzing fair with a wide variety of products and services.

There will also be a dedicated Kids Corner with bouncy castle, face painting, cotton candy, pop-corn, and a bull ride.

Rev. Dr Markwei, who is also the General Overseer of Living Streams International, charged everyone not to miss the PREGISS Fun Games, Fair and Family Day.

“July 1st is a notable holiday in Ghana and it comes with various destinations for fun. However, some fun comes with great cost and limitation to family because of exclusivity, but the PREGISS Fun Games has everything covered for everyone, so why should you miss the event at PRESEC?” he questioned.

Participating are alumni of Wesley Girls High School, Accra Girls High School, Krobo Girls High School, St. Mary’s Girls’ High School, Achimota School, and Accra Academy. Others are St. Peter’s High School, Pope John’s Senior High School, Mfantsipim School, St Augustine’s College, Adisadel College, Holy Child School, Prempeh College, and many more.