The campus of Help Liberia Foundation Community School in Buchanan was the scene of drama, dances, music, contests, and fun on Sunday, April 15, 2018, when the school held its Queen-King Contest, which was a prelude to its gala anniversary, scheduled for Wednesday, April 25, 2018.
There were students, school administrators, teachers, parents, community residents, well-wishers, and so forth in attendance to grace the occasion. And the weather was great, too.
A total of four girls and three boys participated in the contest; however, at the end of it all, a first grader named Jestina Wright emerged as the Queen, while a kindergartener named Uriah Davis won as the King. In other words, we have Queen Jestina Wright and King Uriah Davis. Both will reign until next year (2019) April, when a new queen and a new king will be selected in the school.
Our sincere thanks to all the parents, teachers, students and so forth for their active participation and support for a successful conduct of the contest. We look forward to a more successful one next school year.