Finalists for the Rotary Club’s 2007 Adventures in Citizenship essay contest are Megan Bush, John Grey High School; Megan McTaggart, Cayman Prep; Lashonda Powell, Triple C; Staci Scott, Cayman Brac High School
Each finalist is invited to various government functions to learn and understand protocol and procedures, including lunch with Governor Stuart Jack, sitting in on the Legislative Assembly, visits to the Grand Court and instruction from the Secretary to the Cabinet.
An overall grand prize winner will be announced 26 April at the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman’s weekly luncheon meeting at The Westin Casaurina Resort. At that time, the winner will be presented with a new laptop, compliments of Kirk Office Supplies.
For more information on the Adventures in Citizenship programme, please call Jim Howse at 945-0321
The Rotary Club of Grand Cayman received its charter on 28 January, 1966. The club has sponsored the Rotary Club of Cayman Brac, Grand Cayman Central and the Sunrise Club, which received their charters in 1981, 1986 and 2002 respectively, and has provided four District Governors.