According to Omoro newsletter which was launched on Friday in Noro it highlighted the building is progressing and hopes to be completed by the end of this year.
Donor, namely Bolton International, is eager to see its quick completion.
The newsletter said the current stage is that the floor is done and the storage, stage changing rooms and toilets also completed.
“The posts and trusses are soon to be completed and will be erected soon.
“Once that is done, the roof structure will commence. All timber materials are ready, except for a few hardware which will also be purchased when needed,”Omoro stated.
Bolton International is the main client of Soltuna for its tuna loins, was announced during world tuna day festival back in 2012.
In November that year the ground breaking ceremony for the building was personally conducted in Noro by Bolton’s owner, Simone Legnani.
National Fisheries Development company Ltd is coordinating the project to completion and the school hopes that its graduation ceremony for their form 3 students will be at this new hall.
The hall also will accommodate indoor sports like futsal and basketball and can be available for indoor activities of the community by arrangement.
Noro community high school has acknowledged the assistance by Bolton International and look forward to opening it by the end of this year.
By DENVER NEWTER