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

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.”


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.