On Saturday 12th March 2022, the National Christian Students Association launched the Circle Club in Entebbe Bright Secondary School. The event kicked off with singing the anthems that is National, East African, School and Circle Club anthem. The NCSA team later introduced themselves to the circle club members who were in attendance.
The director of NCSA Mr. Simon Ssenyonga was later, invited to give an opening speech to the members of the Circle Club. He highlighted when the NCSA was formed, the benefits of joining the Circle Club as young people. He applauded them for being faithful and diligent members for running the club under the supervision of the Club patron Mr. Lubwama Stuart. He also encouraged them to be more creative and innovative by bringing ideas on table that will later turn into projects. He also applauded them for composing the Circle Club anthem that sounds unique and nice.
Likewise, Victoria Sharon who is in circle of schools was invited to lead the Circle Club cabinet to officially swear in as first cabinet of the Circle Club in the school. She led the session and sworn in the leaders of the Circle Club. The students later shared their experiences ever since they joined the circle club and the benefits they’ve gotten.
The event was a very fun filled and the students were excited for the Circle Club initiative in their school.
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