The 1994 year group of Zion College, Anloga in the Volta Region, embarked on a memorable journey down memory lane as they launched their 30th-anniversary celebration under the theme "30 Years of Excellence: Building a Stronger Alumni to Support Our Alma Mater."

The event, marked by a fervent spirit of nostalgia and camaraderie, brought together former classmates from across the globe to commemorate their shared experiences and accomplishments.

The festivities commenced with a vibrant opening ceremony, attended by distinguished alumni, current students, faculty members, and honoured guests.

A prominent member of the 1982 year group, Jonathan Azasoo who chaired the launch, delivered an inspiring keynote address, reflected on the pivotal role Zion College played in shaping their lives and the importance of giving back to the institution that nurtured them.

"It's truly heartwarming to see how far we've come since our days at Zion College," Mr Jonathan Azasoo said.

"The values instilled in us during our formative years have been instrumental in our individual and collective success. As we celebrate this significant milestone, let us recommit ourselves to fostering a stronger bond among alumni and extending our support to ensure the continued growth and development of our alma mater."

Throughout the anniversary celebration, attendees participated in a series of engaging activities designed to reignite cherished memories and strengthen connections.

Alumni shared anecdotes of their time at Zion College, reminiscing about unforgettable moments in the classroom, on the sports field, and during extracurricular activities.

The reunion also provided a platform for former classmates to reconnect, network, and forge new partnerships across various professional fields.

Chairman of the 1994 planning committee, Godsway Adenyo expressed gratitude for the enduring friendships and invaluable lessons he gained from his alma mater.

"Zion College not only equipped us with academic knowledge but also instilled in us the values of integrity, resilience, and compassion," he remarked. "As we celebrate this milestone anniversary, let us harness the power of our collective influence to make a positive impact on the lives of current and future students."

 Mr. Adenyo also used the opportunity to outline the anniversary celebration of the 1994 year group which will be held on the premises of Zion College, Anloga from the 28th to 30th of June 2024, and urged all old students to join hands together in giving back to their alma mater.

In addition to fostering alumni unity, the 30th-anniversary celebration served as a platform to launch various initiatives aimed at supporting Zion College's ongoing educational endeavours.

The Alumni pledged generous donations towards scholarships, infrastructure development projects, and academic enrichment programmes, reaffirming their commitment to advancing the institution's mission of academic excellence and holistic development.

The current Headmistress of Zion College, Nutifafa Abla Kwawukumey expressed profound appreciation for the unwavering support and generosity of the alumni community.

"The 1994 year group has set a remarkable example of leadership and philanthropy," he remarked. "Their dedication to our alma mater inspires us all to strive for excellence and uphold the legacy of academic distinction and social responsibility."

Ms. Kwawukumey noted that the management of the school and all stakeholders have a shared responsibility in creating a learning-focused center through a beautiful landscape and structures that attract the youngsters of the 21st century for them to make Zion College their 1st choice during the school selection process and this, according to her can be achieved through collaboration.

As the anniversary celebration drew to a close, attendees departed with a renewed sense of pride in their alma mater and a shared commitment to fostering a legacy of excellence for generations to come.

The 1994 year group of Zion College, Anloga, has not only commemorated three decades of academic achievement and personal growth but has also ignited a beacon of hope for the future, united in their mission to build a stronger alumni community and support their beloved alma mater.

National secretary of the Old Students Association of Zico,  Gameli Attipoe, who represented the national executives recounted the memories of being a student of Zion College and the urgent need for all old students to come together and help build their alma mater.

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