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Junior Auxiliary Emblem

A K W A A B A - W E L C O M E - Inaugurated 7th May 2005


THIS IS FOR YOU TO SHARE, ENJOY AND FOLLOW WHAT THE QUEEN OF PEACE COMMANDERY #604, LADIES AUXILIARY #510, CADET COMMANDERY #604 AND JUNIOR AUXILIARY # 143, MADINA, ACCRA, GHANA are doing.
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14 January 2008

New Executives and Outdooring of new Batik Uniforms

On the 31st December 2007 a new group of cadets were initiated and welcomed into the Nobel Order. They had been taught and instructed by the Senior Cadets in preparation for this joyous new beginning. The following Saturday, the 5th of January which was their meeting day new cadet officers were elected and on Sunday the 6th of January 2008 a Thanksgiving Mass was held for them. This was also the opportunity for both the Cadets and Junior Auxiliary to outdoor their new Batik uniform which was a memorable occasion.(You can see from the pictures how proud and smart they were). They were all smartly dressed and gifts that were beautifully wrapped were sent as offering for the day. All who attended the Mass were impressed and proud. Later that afternoon, they had their end-of-year party which climaxed the day. There was good music, good food and a good turnout of the young ones. They were supervised by some adults and the feast was sponsored fully by Brother Prince and Sister Margaret Banyerah at their residence. A big THANK YOU to them. All left the party in good spirits and some even did not want the day to end. We thank the Lord for his protection and presence on all the days.

Below are the names of the newly elected officers and their positions in the Cadet Commandery


FELIX MAWUSI PRESIDENT
SELOM AKALI 1st VICE PRESIDENT
MICHAEL KOBY 2nd VICE PRESIDENT
FRANK DAMESI
CORRES SECRETARY
PASCAL GUDDAH FINANCIAL SECRETARY
JOSEPH ADELMAR ANANE COMMANDER
CHARLES DIKE
1st TRUSTEE
DENNISE OPOKU 2nd TRUSTEE
ALBERT ADJEYI
3RD TRUSTEE
PHILIP AGAMAH MESSENGER
RAYMOND DZANDU
GUARD

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THE KNIGHTS - Battilion 4 of District 3



THE LADIES AUXILIARY - Accra District 8

The Ladies Co-ordinating Committee was established to co-ordinate the activities of the three Grand Ladies Auxiliaries in Ghana with Sis. Josephine Sey as the first Chairperson.

The Ladies Auxiliary have been very active in organising in all the five countries in West Africa. The first Ladies Auxiliary was organised in Liberia followed by Philomena's Auxiliary at Sekondi, then Kumasi, Keta and Denu respectively all in Ghana. The ladies are a strong support of the Knights whenever they turnout.(A turnout is when the Order appears for an event in full military uniform)

JUNIOR ORDER
Running concurrently with the Knights and Ladies are the Cadet Commanderies & Junior Auxiliaries. These are the nursery stages of the Order where young boys and girls, as future leaders, are groomed to take over from the older Knights and Ladies.


Meeting Days of Commandery and Auxilliary of Queen of Peace, Madina - All meetings are held at the Queen of Peace Catholic School premises.

The Knights Commandery meet the 2nd Saturday of the month at 9.00 am.
The Ladies Auxiliary meet the 2nd Saturday of the month at 8.00 am.
The Cadet Commandery meet the 1st Sunday of the month at 9.30 a.m. after First Mass.
The Junior Auxiliary meet the 1st Sunday of the month at 9.30 a.m. after the First Mass.



The Patron Saint of the Ladies Auxiliary is The Blessed Virgin Mary and her colours are Blue for love and White for purity

The Patron Saint of the Knights is St. John the Baptist

The Order is involved in the following activities:

Religious/Catholic Action
Spiritual Growth
Education
Charitable Benevolence
Social/Fraternal Activity
Athletics/Military Drill
Community/Patriotism
Youth Development/Sport and games