Saturday, June 19th, 2021 was a fun-filled day in Denver Colorado. It was the first time in more than a year that a large crowd would gather in one hall, unmasked and unfazed. It was at the United Liberian Organization of Colorado’s inaugural ball night. The event was organized by ULOC to install the newly elected members of the executives and to announce the presence of Liberian Americans as an active community in Colorado. The swearing-in ceremony was ably handled by Pastor Simeon Menso, of CVMI church, Aurora. The evening was graced by numerous dignitaries within and outside the state of Colorado, prominent among them were the Mayor of Aurora, Mike Coffman; the current Liberian ambassador to the United States, George S. W Patten Sr. and his wife; the Colorado HD40 Representative, Naquetta Ricks, and many more.
Interestingly during the event, the newly sworn-in president and goodwill ambassador of the organization, the dashing Ebenezer Norman, brought in a splash of romance, as he got down on one knee to propose to his beautiful fiancee. It was a major highlight, and bet you, everyone is waiting for the wedding invitation.

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