Children’s efforts thanked

Helped welcome new governor

Premier McKeeva Bush this week presented
certificates of appreciation to more than 100 primary school children who helped
welcome the new governor to Cayman.

Mr. Bush visited schools in George
Town, Red Bay, Savannah, Bodden Town, North Side and East End on Monday
morning, thanking the children for their efforts.

Each school also received a plaque
of appreciation.

The students had helped welcome
Governor Duncan Taylor and his family to their new posting last month.

Most of the students had taken part
in welcome reception for the Taylors at Pedro St. James on 15 January.

Children sang and performed skits
for the governor on the day of his arrival to give him a taste of Cayman music
and culture.

The premier’s first stop was the
Truman Bodden Sports Complex where the Red Bay Primary pupils were celebrating
their sports day.


: In the back row, from left, is Acting Principal Monique Roberts, music and arts teacher Patricia Bent, Minister for Education, Training and Employment Rolston Anglin, Premier McKeeva Bush and Minister for Health, Environment, Youth, Sports and Culture, Mark Scotland, with children from Red Bay Primary School at their annual sports day.

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