Lighthouse School Easter craft, egg hunt

Egg-static
Lighthouse School students, led by the Cayman Islands Tourism Association
members, enjoyed a memorable Easter Egg hunt at the school on Friday, 26 March.

The event
began with a fun craft session where the children made a basket to collect
their eggs.

According to a
CITA release, with the Lighthouse School as a partner charity of CITA it is
important to the Association to organise an event each year that will engage
the students and enhance the school’s regime. As partners of the community CITA
and its members strive to give back through community service, said Trina
Christian Director of CITA.

“We had
tremendous support from CITA member businesses and individuals in the community,
which just goes to show what a caring community Cayman truly is,” she said.

“Fosters Food
Fair donated the plastic eggs, Heston Wholesalers donated the candy to fill the
eggs and Kirk Office Supplies donated the craft materials for the students to
create their fabulous bunny baskets.”

 In addition to their time, the Cayman Islands
Tourism Association also donated four baskets of goodies for the winners of the
Easter Hat Parade the children participated in later that day.

The Cayman
Islands Tourism Association has worked on many occasions with the Lighthouse
School on a variety of events and has organised fundraising efforts towards a
Bus and playground equipment.

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