Get Ready To Work” -MGLA President Admonishes Colleagues

By Juliana Noah Johnson

The newly elected respected president of the Monrovia Grand Ladies Auxiliaries, Knights of St John International has admonished sisters to be prepared to work in making sure that the organization remains committed, focusing on charitable and religious matters.

Noble Lady, Sister Betty G Evans, during the presentation Mass held at the St Peter Clever Parish in Buchannan City , Grand Bassa County, for newly elected officers, emphasized that in order for the Catholic Church to grow and remain strong, the organization must be supportive in all that they do, adding “we must represent the Catholic Church at large”.

She pointed out that her administration will work with the past Grand Respected president, Noble Lady, Sister Philomena Williams, be keen on discipline, respect for  one another and prayerful adding that this behavior represents a true Catholic Church.

Sister Betty assured brothers from the Monrovia Grand Commentary, KSJI, headed by its newly elected Grand Worthy President, Michael Clarke, that they will work together, shoulder-to-shoulder in making the organization more stronger. “In all that we do, we do it for the church and humanity,” she indicated.

Others elected to steer the affairs of the organization for two years, are  Noble Lady, Sister Philomena T. Williams, Immediate Past Grand Respected President who servered for three terms,   Noble Lady Sister Abla Williams, Grand 1st Vice President, Sister Wroquoi Samuels Weah, Grand 2nd Vice president, Sister Lorpu Williams Godfrey, Grand Recording & Correspondent Secretary, Sister Pricilla Thomas, Grand Financial Secretary, Sister Theresa Toh, Grand Treasurer, Trustee, Sister Louise Dennis-Chair, Sister Rosalind Thomas Doe and Sister Amanda A. Wisner.

Others appointed by the Grand Respected President, include, Sister Gertrude Togba, Grand Messenger, Sister Faith Gbekai, Grand Sentinel, Sister Cecelia Sia Mbayoh, and sister Juliana Noah Johnson, Assistant Grand Recording & Corresponding Secretary.

 

 

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