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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 singing voices and any mobile musical instrument. Fish and Fritters will be on sale at the café from $10.

Continuing the celebrations on Saturday September 17th from 7:00pm – 11:00pm will be a Gathering at the Seafarers Association for a potluck supper. Plates, cups, plastic cutlery, water and ice will be provided. Men are suggested to bring sodas, swankey, juices etc. Attendees are also asked to advise what they will bring before hand.

One of the original teachers Ms. Olive Miller also known as Miss Wright will be honoured. She was there when the doors opened back in 1949 and will be turning 90 on the 9th of November this year.  Miss Olive will be presented with a “purse” of gratitude for her services to the school, church and community.

The committee is asking for anyone who is available to setup and clear away for this function to please advise Liz Scholefield at [email protected]

Finally there will be a morning service at the John Gray Memorial Church in West Bay on Sunday September 18th at 11:00am and hopefully lunch at a restaurant in the area.

The annual contribution of $25 can be sent to Beverly Henning at P.O. Box 50 Grand Cayman KY1-1101. Please include name, address, email, telephone number and the years you attended CHS or pay at the reunion.

The contribution will aid in the rental of the hall, and the excess being donated to the NCVO’s John Gray Memorial Scholarship Fund. The donation will also go towards the purchase of flowers in memory of students who have passed away.


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