The Management and Staff of Pentecost University College on Saturday, 3rd March, 2018 embarked on a health walk through some streets in Sowutuom and Santa Maria.
The walk according to Rev. Eric Adobah Thompson, who served as the coordinator, was aimed at sharing fellowship and unity amongst the workers of the university community. It also provided workers an opportunity to cultivate in them the culture of exercising their bodies.
The walk started at the main campus of the school at Sowutuom through to Santa Maria and back to the Sowutuom campus with the Rector of the University Rector of PUC, Apostle Dr. Daniel Okyere Walker leading the staff and management members.
Other managers who participated in the walk included; Dr. Emmanuel Apea, the Institutional Advancement Officer; Rev. Adams Owusu, the Human Resource Manager, Elder Felix Astrim, the Estate and Development Manager; Ms Victoria Aryee, the Academic Registrar, some lecturers and administrative staffs also joined in the walk.
Workers were also taken through some aerobics by a chiropractic expert while the G&A Health and Fitness Services in collaboration with PUC also offered free medical screening for Hepatitis and other blood related statuses.
Some staff interviewed expressed so much joy and excitement and admonished the organisers to make such activities more regular, since they served a worthy cause.
Rev. Adobah Thompson, expressed his profound thanks to all the management and staff members for showing up in their numbers.