The Rotary clubs and Rotaract clubs of Grand Cayman held a joint fellowship holiday party in the gardens of the home of Al and Melissa Thompson in South Sound on Saturday, 4 December.
More than 150 Rotarians and their families enjoyed an afternoon and early evening of fun for young and old alike. A swing band performed while children enjoyed a bouncy castle, face painting and an appearance by Santa Claus, who came bearing gifts.
A meal with holiday favourites such as glazed ham, roasted turkey and stew beef was served.
Later, seven Rotarians performed a pantomime, much to the amusement of all.
To end the event, several other Rotarians led the crowd in singing Christmas carols.