August 9, 2022

Clifton Hunter High School gets support from Rotary Sunrise

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CHHS School Meals DonationStudents can not learn when their stomachs are hungry and as an organization committed to youth, education and literacy the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise has recently made a donation of CI$5,000 to Clifton Hunter High School in support of school meals.

Youth Services Director, Donald Aitken, and his committee from Rotary Sunrise recognized a need in the community to help students at Clifton Hunter High School who were struggling in their studies due to a lack of nutritional meals. The funds donated to Clifton Hunter High School will be put to good use in supporting healthy school meals that will allow students to receive the nutritional basics they need to encourage improved learning in the classroom.

Principal Pauline Beckford was thrilled to receive the donation from the service club. As a Rotary Club that is focused on youth and community support Rotary Sunrise endeavors to continue to help where there is a need that affects the youth and the future leaders of Cayman.

About Rotary Sunrise Club

Rotary Sunrise is a diverse group of like-minded professional, ages 30 years and older who are committed to serving the community. The group is scheduled to meet at the George Town Yacht Club for breakfast on Wednesday mornings for 7am. To learn more about Rotary Sunrise visit or Facebook page at

Photo caption:  Deputy Head Girl Ebunae McBean, Principal Pauline Beckford and Deputy Head Boy Delano Callender accept the CI$5,000 donation from Youth Services Director Donald Aitken of the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise.


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