The annual second Kente Dinner Dance aimed at raising fund to support Ghana Association Adopted Children Intellectual Disabilities at Dzorwulu Special School took place last Saturday at Arizona (USA)
Themed Wrap with Pride and Support A Good Cause, the occasion full of Ghanaians created the ‘show off’ of the famous traditional cloth in Ghana called Kente.
Based on Ghana traditions, the Association invited Kings and Queen mothers from each region in Ghana who live in Arizona and their presence were incredible.
The Kings and Queen mothers portrayed Ghanaian culture with their dressing and dancing in a perfect manner which tells exactly the meaning of our motherland.
Surprisingly Ophelia Owusuaa was one of the Queen mothers from Aduana Clan. She showed off her adowa dancing skills to amazed everyone, also there was other Queen mothers who were perfectly cultured.
These numerous attractions drew a lot of personalities into the show. There was also Guest Speakers: Dr. Owusu Dormery and Peter Okra, PHD who spoke about our Health and how everyone should o stay cancer free.