Assocaborg’s 2010 mid-summer party that held on the 25th May 2010 was a ‘smash’. Doped the Mid-summer cultural evening, the event will go down in the history of the association as having several first time activities.
For the first time, a raffle draw was organized to pick out a lucky – jacket – winner among the first 30 people who paid for the event. This was followed by the presentation of some cultural dances which were the actual high points of the night. The over 150 people present were treated to two dances from the North West province, the Bakweri dance, the ‘Ambasi-bey’ and finally a track from one of Cameroon’s best, Petit Pays.
Thanks to the collaborative effort of all Assocaborg ladies, there was variety to eat after the ‘delire’ with the leader of the hospitality group, Jenny Nkiri taking the responsibility of explaining to our guest the contents of the dishes.
Another first time activity was the distribution of awards that went out to some active members and moral and financial supporters like ‘Studieforbundet Vuxenskolan’. The most unexpected award of the evening went out to the fan club of Assocaborg, Serge Etia, who lives in Belgium but attends all the association’s main activities.
The gala ended with dancing non-stop thanks to the DJ who was actually commended by most people at the party as the best that the Association has ever hired.
Below is a video that was shown during the cultural evening: