Rotary Sunrise continues Valentine tradition


Celebrating Valentine’s Day has
become a tradition with the Rotary Sunrise club.

The club has 94 members of which 34
are ladies and at this time of year each woman is presented with a long-stem
red rose in appreciation of the contribution they make to the club and its
service in the community.

According to a Rotary Sunrise
release, the roses are paid for by fines to the members for not wearing their
badges or having their pictures in the newspapers.

The release went on to jokingly add
that members were hoping this particular picture would pay dividends.

 Rotary Sunrise is the newest club in Cayman. Chartered
in 2002, the organisation is comprised mostly of young professionals from
Cayman and 23 other countries worldwide.

The club meets at Grand Old House
every Wednesday for breakfast at 7am.


Rotary Sunrise ladies with their long-stem red roses.
Stuart Wilson

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