Cayman walker gets support

Cartridge Smart is sponsoring a
young Caymanian hoping to walk for a cure for breast cancer.

Mia Burke accepted a check from
Andrew Bodden of Cartridge Smart for their sponsorship of her participation in
the Susan G. Komen Walk for the Cure.Mia is a Grace Christian Academy student
and at 15, she is the youngest member of the Caymanites team walking in Tampa
this month. 

Cartridge Smart donated $1 for each
used printer cartridges turned in to their office.

The Susan G. Komen Walk for the
Cure is held in many different parts of the States and the money raised goes
toward research to find a cure for breast cancer. Participants walk 60 miles
over a three-day period and get individuals or companies to sponsor them.

Mia is part of a team of 12 women
representing Cayman. Team captains are Lisa Burke and Christina Kirkaldy, and
the other team members are Amy Burke (Mia’s mum), Deirdre Billes, Diana Joseph,
Jennifer Woodford, Lisa Uggeri, Colleen Brummer, Nisha Bismillah, and Wanda
Thompson and Christian Asch from Tampa.

Cartridge Smart is a
Caymanian-owned company that remanufactures used printer cartridges.