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LSA to Celebrate Liberia's Independence Day in Stockholm

Updated: Feb 22

The Liberian Swedish Association, LSA, is set to host a vibrant two-day celebration in Stockholm, Sweden, in honor of Liberia's Independence Day on July 26th. This event aims to unite Liberians residing in Sweden to commemorate and pay tribute to Liberia's Independence Day.

Scheduled for Friday, July 23rd, and Saturday, July 24th, the festivities were announced by Mr. David Ford, President of LSA, during the association's General Meeting on Saturday, June 26th, held via Zoom. Mr. Ford highlighted that these dates were selected strategically, considering that July 26th falls on a Monday, typically a busy weekday, making it challenging to gather people for a grand celebration.

The first day, Friday, July 23rd, will unfold at Norsborg Centrum, Mimersvägen 3, 145 70, Norborg, from 17:00 to 03:00. Planned activities include a meet & greet for LSA members from across Sweden, followed by a brief conference to conclude LSA's Constitution Amendment process, culminating in an all-night dance party featuring music by DJ Junior, one of Stockholm's premier DJs.

On the second and final day, Saturday, July 24th, attendees can anticipate remarks from LSA leadership and esteemed members of the community, along with BBQ/grilling sessions, and various games like checkers, lulu, and cards. Attendees are encouraged to bring food for grilling, with charcoal provided by the LSA planning committee. Additionally, there will be gifts for the kids to enjoy. This event will take place at Varby Gård Strand, Stockholm, from 14:00 till 23:30, with DJ Junior once again setting the mood with the latest hit songs.

The LSA leadership assures that all necessary COVID-19 measures will be implemented during the events to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees.

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Francis Mensah
Francis Mensah

Thanks to LSA Media Team and Secretariat for the excellent work by providing realtime information to its membership. Kudos….!

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