Island Heritage raises funds

As the proud sponsor of hole #16 at
last Friday’s Re/Max Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic, Island Heritage held a
fun add-on game at its hole to raise extra money for charity.

Golfers turned up at the Sweet 16
themed hole and were invited to play a game of ‘Spin the bottle’ for a small
donation.

The game, as most golfers were sure
to mention, was not as they remembered playing it. The four-man team spun the
bottle with one golfer coming out the winner of a sweet shot – of rum that is.

The game was successful in raising
$605 for the Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman. Island Heritage’s Monique Bush
commented, “This year’s tournament was good fun as always. Congrats to the
Chamber on another successful event.”

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Island Heritage’s Monique Bush, middle, presents funds raised to Kiwanis Club Treasurer Ruud Van Der Plum, right, and Past Kiwanis Club President Mario Barrett, left.
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