Financial services firm Crusader International Management Cayman has joined the list of sponsors for this year’s Rotary Central science fair.
Larry Tibbetts, Rotary Central’s vocational services director, said he was pleased to receive a donation of $1,000 from Crusader toward the event.
“The Rotary Central Science Fair has grown every year with more students, more projects and a higher quality of science displays, and this sponsorship from Crusader will ensure that this year’s event meets the high standards that we have set for the event, which is now into its fifth year,” said Mr. Tibbetts.
Fiona Moseley, managing director of Crusader, said she was pleased to contribute to the event, and as a Rotarian herself has been very impressed to watch the event grow over the years.
“Crusader looks forward to working with the science fair committee again on this year’s event, and we support this event because of the significant experience that it offers to students across all of Cayman’s schools,” said Mrs. Moseley.
The science fair, which is organised each year by Rotary Central, will be held on 2 April at the Arts and Recreation Centre at Camana Bay.
Organisers are expecting an even bigger turnout of students this year.
There will more than $30,000 available for educational scholarships to the winning students.
Rotary Central has been contacting schools, encouraging the broadest possible participation, and there are now more than 80 students signed up.
Forms are available through all science teachers, schools and the science fair website at www.rotarysciencefair.ky