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Events for Ghanaians in United Kingdom

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Sep 30,2014
Celebrating Black History Month (BMH)
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MEDWAY GHANA ASSOCIATION PRESENTS OCTOBER`S BLACK HISTORY MONTH. ALL ARE INVITED TO THIS EXCITING EVENT. COME ALL AND LETS REMEMBER AND CELEBRATE THIS SPECIAL OCCASION TOGETHER. HONORABLE SPEAKERS AND ENTERTAINMENT WILL ALSO BE PRESENT. MAKE IT A POINT TO COME ALONG. DONT MISS OUT !!!!!!!!

THEME: EQUALITY THROUGH PARTNERSHIP AND DIVERSITY.

VENUE: SALVATION ARMY

50 Green St, Gillingham ME7 1XA

DATE: SATURDAY , 25TH OCTOBER,2014


TIME: 5PM- 7PM

REFRESHMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED.

ADMISSION FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Sep 27,2014
Funeral Announcement - Dr Ernest Kwame Adadevoh MD
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Ernest Kwame Adadevoh, MD, FRCOG, FACOG
The Adadevoh, Segbefia, Amankwah, Cole and Hutchison families announce with overwhelming sadness the untimely death of Dr. Ernest Kwame Adadevoh in his 60th year. Dr. Adadevoh was Director of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Prince Georgeâ??s Hospital Center in Cheverly, Maryland; and a member of the faculty of Ross University School of Medicine. He died at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland USA on September 25 after a period of illness. Dr. Adadevoh worked as a General Practitioner at Island Hospital in Liberia from 1982 to 1989.
Dr. Ernest Kwame Adadevoh received his medical degree from University of Ghana Medical School in 1982; completed residency training in obstetrics and gynecology in the United Kingdom in 1992. He was admitted as a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) in the UK in 1992 and later as a Fellow in 2005. He also completed residency training in obstetrics and gynecology at Howard University Hospital, Washington, DC in 1999. He was acknowledged as a diplomate by the American Board of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in 2002. Dr. Adadevoh was board certified in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
He was the beloved husband of Patricia Adadevoh (nee Cole) for 25 years, and proud father of Michael. He is also survived by his mother Mrs. Joyce Dorsla (nee Segbefia) and sister Evelyn Amankwah both of Woodbridge, Virginia; his brother Derek Segbefia of Luton, UK; his sister Ama Adadevoh and brother Kojo Adadevoh of Pennsylvania; several nieces and nephews; a host of relatives in the USA, UK, Ghana and Nigeria; and many devoted friends and colleagues. His father Dr. Babatunde Adadevoh and siblings Barbara, Willie, Kofi, Germaine, and Ameyo pre-deceased him.

Funeral services are as below:

All tributes will be paid at the wake. Contact Francis Tamakloe at ftamakloe@gmail.com if you would like to pay a tribute.

Wake and Viewing
Friday, October 10
5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Grace Episcopal Church
1607 Grace Church Rd
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Funeral Mass
Saturday, October 11
Viewing from 8:00 am to 9:00 am
Mass starting at 9:00 am
Grace Episcopal Church
1607 Grace Church Rd
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Interment
Immediately following the funeral mass
Gate of Heaven Cemetery
13801 Georgia Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20906

Repast
Friends and sympathizers are invited to join the family for a repast immediately after the interment (about 1:00 pm) at The Ballroom at Wheaton Glen, 2400 Arcola Ave, Wheaton, MD 20906

Contact Nafa Adadevoh Lopes-Ribeiro at nafaadadevoh@hotmail.com for further information.
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Jul 15,2014
You are invited to our 2nd Summer Festival
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2nd Annual Summer Festival
on August 2nd 2014
12 noon â?? 10 pm
in the East and West Piazzas of Covent Garden
London WC2E 8RF

The centrepiece of the festival will be an inspiring programme, curated by Magie Relph of the African Fabric Shop and advised by Chris Spring, Curator of the African Collection at the British Museum, showcasing the rich tapestry of African textiles in all their beauty and diversity which will engage, inspire and fascinate you. Learn how to make your own Africa-inspired textiles at our craft workshops or take home a memento from our African craft stalls in Covent Gardenâ??s Piazza.

The day will give you an opportunity to see, touch, hear and taste the best that contemporary Africa has to offer. Feel the energy of Africa through vibrant dance and acrobatic performances. Have fun for all the family with African face and mask painting. Move to the beat of Africa with live music, drummers and DJs. Savour the flavour of Africa with authentic cuisine.

Join us in celebrating the vibrancy, creativity and sheer joy of contemporary fabrics from all over Africa.

Admission Free

For more information please visit africacentre.org.uk or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
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