The Gustoso restaurant session on Tuesday was amazing. Once again Ayeyi, Baaba and Davina were able to mobilize the school community to raise funds for Millicent. These young ladies are committed not only to reach their goal but to create opportunities for others to be involved and understand the important of given. The atmosphere at the Project Centre was amazing. A group of Grade 11 students were servers, cooks, bar tenders and DJs, everyone working together to offer the clients a good time. The food was delicious, Jollof rice, meat balls, honey glazy pork chops, coleslaw salad, French fries, ice cream, plantain chips (thank you Mr. Ollenu), good music and a super chill bisap. They made GHC 1,820.00 profit. Wow! Thank you to each and every one who patronized the event.
For VIP, the service and hospitality was superb. I loved the fact that it was cheap yet there was so much served to me that I didn’t order. I also liked how experienced the students acted as waiters and waitresses. Overall, it was great! – Lexi, Grade 8
The food was really nice and I was happy that once again my money will be part of saving someone’s life- Caleb Hammond, Grade 9
Healthy Heart, Healthy Life. I felt happy that I wasn’t being selfish with my money; because I felt good for helping someone apart from myself – Anthony, Grade 9
I decided to help out at the Gustoso restaurant because it was for a good cause. Helping them was a fun experience for me because I got to interact with a lot more people than I would have in a day. Moreover, knowing that they had almost accomplished their goal motivated me to put in my very best to finish hard! – Paddy, Grade 11
Knowing that I played a pivotal role in both cook sales to raise $8000 is an amazing feeling. Something I’ll do over and over. Right now, I’m just itching for Millicent to get better. I wish her a successful Surgery! – Akua Okyere, Grade 11
Another phenomenal experience. The Gustoso experience is always uplifting. It’s the same experience I want for Millicent. I want her to live to enjoy the good things in life. I will never forget this experience in my life time. Ayeyi Hammond, Grade 11