December 13, 2017

Foster mom Ann is wheely happy!

It was a great day for Ann Haven, who has fostered more than 70 children over nearly three decades. She received a brand new Hyundai 9-seater H1 minibus, worth more than 30,000 dollars from the Aall Foundation, a Cayman-based charitable trust. “I’m very glad because I can carry everybody together at one time. Now I […]

Passport 2 Success round five commences

The Passport 2 Success training programme began on Monday September 12 with its welcome from the Ministry of Education yesterday. The 12-week full time programme, created by the Ministry of Education, Training and Employment, is geared to provide education, training, and employment opportunities. Minister of Education, Mr. Rolston Anglin along with Ms. Mary Rodriguez from […]

Card success at Singh’s

Miss Vera Kissoom proudly gave out prizes to the winners of the All Fours Card Competition. It’s the second time Sunil Gobin (right) has won the traditional Trinidadian game that was held at Singh’s Roti Shop. Out of the 30 contestants Kenny Mahadeo also won a BlackBerry in the competition sponsored by telecommunications giant, Digicel. […]

Cayman Cares Trip remembered

Many kind people in Caymanian society volunteered themselves to aid families caught up in the devastation of the 9/11 attacks. Chuck Quappe, a well-known entertainer on the island, lost a brother in the attack. He was a long-serving fireman with the New York Fire Department and much of his 15 years service was spent in […]

Cayman High School reunites

Students who attended the school located behind the Library during 1949 and 1964 are invited to attend the celebrations on the weekend of September 16th – 18th. Starting Friday September 16th will be a Sing-a-long gathering starting at 7:30pm next to the Grape Tree Café in Bodden Town. Attendees are asked to bring along their […]

Surveying the Past, Mapping the Future

The University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) is collaborating with the University of the West Indies (UWI) and the International College of the Cayman Islands (ICCI) to present an international conference, dubbed “50-50, Surveying the Past, Mapping the Future.” The conference will be held on the UCCI campus over three days, 21-23 March 2012. […]

Rotary celebrates literacy

To celebrate International Literacy Day, observed globally on 8 September, the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise donated some 700 illustrated dictionaries to all first-year students attending government high schools. The first presentation was made to a group of enthusiastic Year 7 students at John Gray High School. Participating in the handover were Education, Training […]

Call for cancer patients to register

The Cayman Islands Cancer Society is calling for patients to join their register so they can learn more about the deadly disease. The organisation wants to gather accurate statistics to allow them to assess the need for local specialists and equipment. During a weekend health fair at the Marriott Hotel called “Conquering Cancer”, Society Registrar […]

Catboat club bouyant over Dart donation

Cayman Catboat Club has received a welcome donation from the Dart Foundation so they can carry on rebuilding and refurbishing an important part of Caymanian heritage. Catboat Club President, Jerris Miller and Vice President, Kem Jackson, received CI$100,000, and a further pledge of CI$75,000, to be paid annually over the next three years, from Dart […]

Missing dog returned to Society

A dog that ran away from The Humane Society has been found safe and well. Kai disappeared during a walk with a volunteer after she was hit by a car. Concerned staff at the centre were anxious the animal may have suffered internal injuries and offered a reward for her return. Yesterday they finally received […]