Tuesday, September 20, 2022

The invitation called for black-tie and the who's who of the Calabar Old Boys' Association (COBA), their family and friends responded in kind as they faithfully made their way Saturday last, into the Grand Jamaica Suite of the Jamaica Pegasus hotel for the COBA Annual Dinner & Awards. The buzz was palpable as alumni and faculty alike united after a two-year novel coronavirus-induced hiatus to honour a few outstanding 'old boys' who have made an indelible mark on the school, and also to raise funds for the school's academic and mentorship programmes, teacher support, and sports.

Page 2 takes you inside the ballroom where the women sparkled and the men amped up the sartorial.

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