September 25, 2022

Cayman Islands Key Clubbers rewarded at District Convention

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Cayman Key Clubbers, led by Lieutenant Governor Jacie Mascarenhas of Triple C, and chaperones recently attended District Convention (“DCON”) in Orlando, Florida. At DCON, newly elected Officers learn about their duties and responsibilities and share ideas while also attending workshops to develop their leadership skills.

DCON is also a time to celebrate the achievements of clubs in the District. Cayman Prep won early Bird patch and banner patch for K- family projects while Triple C won banner patch for 100 % pride report and 15 % and above membership growth. John Gray made Cayman proud at each session, winning second place for single service project and three banner patches for service to community. Key Clubbers, Kabira Palmer and Aliyah Knox won Outstanding Member awards for 75 hours of service and awards for “Feed our Future Governors Project”. Mauricea Lawson won Outstanding Secretary award, Governors Project award and Pride Submission award.

Lieutenant Governor Jacie, from Triple C, not only received a trophy for her outstanding leadership of the Division in 2016-2017, but melodiously sang the National song at the Governors farewell banquet. She later pinned Greyshell Bent who was installed as the 2017-2018 Lieutenant Governor. Greyshell Bent, the newly elected Lt Governor from JGHS won the Outstanding President Award and Governors Project member award.

The Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman also won an award for their support of Key Clubs in the division. Cayman’s Key Club district consists of five high schools in Grand Cayman: Clifton Hunter, Cayman Prep, John Gray, St Ignatius and Triple C.

The Clubs have returned with a new passion to make caring their way of life.

According to Triple C Key Club President, her DCON experience was, “good, lots of fun and the workshops were well led.”

Secretary Mauricea of JGHS said, “it was exciting and I felt proud that JGHS won so many awards.”

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