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LSA Norrland to Host An Epic Event in Sundsvall

Updated: Feb 23

The Liberian Swedish Association, LSA Norrland chapter is preparing to host a spectacular event on Saturday, November 30th, to kick off the 2019 Christmas season with style and flair. Nestled in the scenic landscape of Sundsvall, nestled in the heart of Västernorrland County, Sweden, this event is poised to create lasting memories at Nybrogatan 30, 842 36, from 20:00 to 02:30.

In line with LSA's core values, the Norrland chapter, extending its reach to Liberians residing in the northern regions of Sweden, from Sundsvall to cities further north, is dedicated to fostering unity and solidarity among its members and supporters. This November 30th gala serves as a beacon of unity, celebrating the shared heritage and camaraderie that define the community.

Looking forward to the event, Redcy Wruou, leading the LSA Norrland planning committee, expressed her team's steadfast commitment to crafting an unforgettable experience. Speaking to the LSA media team on Monday, October 14th, she emphasized their dedication to ensuring the event's success. Distinguished guests, including LSA President Mr. David Ford, Vice President Mrs. Koo Y. Joseph, and representatives from LSA Stockholm headquarters, are expected to grace the occasion, highlighting its significance within the broader LSA community.

Ms. Wruou shared exciting insights into the evening's entertainment lineup, promising a diverse array of performances to enthrall attendees. Live performances by talented Liberian musicians based in Sweden will electrify the atmosphere, while DJ Sporting will keep the energy soaring with a vibrant mix of Liberian music, Afrobeat, dancehall, reggae, and beloved hits from the 90s. With such a dynamic program, every guest is guaranteed an unforgettable night of music, dance, and revelry.

Embracing a spirit of inclusivity, Mr. Sekou Konneh, LSA Norrland's secretary, extends a warm invitation to Liberians from across Sweden to join in the festivities and bask in the joyous camaraderie shared among compatriots in the Norrland region. As anticipation builds for November 30th, excitement mounts for what promises to be an extraordinary celebration of Liberian culture and community spirit in the heart of Sweden's north.

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