Rotary Sunrise gets to taste India at first yearly fellowship

A Taste of India was the theme when
members of the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise and their guests met at
Bacchus Restaurant on 18 September for the first Sunrise Fellowship event of
the year. 

The team at Bacchus prepared an
Indian menu and paired wines from around the world. Theme costume was
encouraged, and several attendees got into the spirit of the evening, which
also featured traditional Indian music provided by Rotarian Romesh Mirpuri.

Prizes were awarded to past
president John Elliott and his wife Ann for being the best dressed couple; to
director Bruce John for best dressed man; and to Rotarian Barbara Oosterwyk for
best dressed woman.

Rotarian Romesh’s wife led the
dancing and several Rotarians, including President Michael Levitt and Rotarian
Geoff Mathew were on the dance floor.

Rotary Sunrise meets for breakfast
at 7am Wednesdays at the Grand Old House.


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