TOWN HALL MEETINGS

The Ghana National Council knows how important it is to hear from the community you are serving. Town Hall Meetings allow GNC to connect and learn the Ghanaian community's concerns.

At least once per year, The Ghana National Council strives to host a Town Hall meeting. This serves as a way for the executives and council members  to hear concerns and suggestions from the public. 

The last town hall took place  Saturday, December 8, 2018 from 4:00pm-7:00pm at the Christian Faith Church International 1237 Windham Parkway Romeoville, IL 60446. This events are free and open event and was an open panel discussion and presentations by community members. 

The main goal of this particular town hall meeting was to develop a plan of action for the Ghana House and also address any community issues through questions and discussions by participants. Information from the Ghana House planning Committee were also be shared in great detail. 

Interim questions or suggestions can be submitted by email to Ghnaco@outlook.com 

ABOUT US

Ghana National Council (GNC) is a community of Ghanaians that began meeting  in the 1960’s as the Ghana Student’s Union; to create a home base for themselves and others that migrated from Ghana to Chicago. 

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