Around 50 people spent last Saturday night at the movies with neighbourhood cops in West Bay.
The movie night kicked off at 6pm on Saturday, 27 October, at the Sir John A. Cumber School hall. Dozens of youngsters feasted on pizza, hotdogs, popcorn and juice, while they enjoyed their own special screening of Madagascar 3.
“It was a great turnout and everyone seemed to have a fantastic time,” said Royal Cayman Islands Police Service Constable Sharon Baillie. “This is just one of many initiatives in the West Bay area to provide our young people with positive choices. Some of those who came along to see the movie might otherwise have been wandering the streets on Saturday night with nothing to do. It also provided us, in the neighbourhood police department, with yet another golden opportunity to interact on a one-to-one basis with the young people in the West Bay community.”
The food and drinks for the evening were provided by Ginos Pizzeria, Rackhams, Calico Jacks and Pappagallo restaurant. A number of private individuals within the West Bay area also contributed.
The next event in the West Bay neighbourhood calendar is the much anticipated Christmas party.
The date of the party is yet to be announced, but any members of the community who wish to become involved should contact West Bay police station at 949-3999.