On Wednesday, September 25, 2019, the Presidential candidate for the Kenyan 2020 election, Hon. Musalia Mudavadi, and his delegates visited the ACCL center. It was an honor and a powerful visit. At the end, he participated in the African leaders board game and signed ACCL guest book. ACCL director, Gordon Halm, unveiled Hon. Musalia Mudavadi's name on the ACCL distinguished dignitaries plaque.
On September 18, 2019, Tete Cobblah, former director of Diversty, Equity & Inclusion at Fenn School, and the current director of the Witness Tree Institute of Ghana visited the center. It was an honor to meet him. He is also the current record holder of the African leaders game board at ACCL.
As part of visitation and creating awareness in the African community and beyond, ACCl director visited Jesus Miracle Center, Inc, a community based church led by Apostle Nsuah. The director was warlmy welcomed by the congregation. He gave a presentation about the center to the members of the church and invited them to visit and how they can be involved. The visit was well received by diverse congregation from many African countries such as Zimbabwe, sierra Leone, Nigeria,
As part of our speaking engagements, ACCL director will visit the Cameroonian Association of Greater Lowell (Camola) this Saturday, September 7th, 2019 for their monthly meetings. In addition to that, he will visit Jesus Miracle Center of Lowell, an African and diverse congregation on Sunday, September 8th, 2019. Thank you.
ACCL director attended the 35th Annual Bread & Roses Heritage Festival in Lawrence on September 1, 2019. It was about 8 years ago that he engaged in storytelling and also performed an African dance with his traditional group "Osibi dancers” at the festival. At this year's festival, he met with the director of Lawrence Public Library Children’s Session and discussed the release of ACCL children’s book. He will visit the Lawrence Library soon.