Lion’s offering word challenge

This year’s Lion’s Club Spelling Bee Preliminaries are scheduled for 7-8 November with Finals on 5 December. The competition consists of seven public and private schools, which include Cayman International School, Clifton Hunter High, Grace Christian Academy, John Gray High, Layman E. Scott High, Triple C and Wesleyan Christian Academy competing at the secondary level for the title.  

“As always, BAF is excited to once again be a main sponsor of the annual Spelling Bee Competition,” said Judith Falloon-Reid representative of BAF Insurance/General. “We are more than happy to be good corporate citizens and do our part in building our children’s future.”  

BAF Insurance/BAF General and LIME are sponsors of the Lions 29th annual Spelling Bee Competition, which is hosted in conjunction with the Education Department. 

“This will certainly be another exciting competition said Lion President Ian Callow. The Club is grateful for the continued support of the business community. I’d also like to thank the Agriculture Department, Advantage Graphic Design, Cayman Airways, Economy Car Rentals, Fosters Food Fair and Hurley’s. This event would not be a success without their continued support. I ask the community to come out and support the students as they represent their schools.” 

Anthony Ritch, LIME’s country manager, said, “LIME has supported Spelling Bee for many years and the company will do its part to ensure such academic projects benefiting the local community, will continue.” 

All events take place at Mary Miller Hall in Red Bay beginning at 6pm. The Club extends an invitation to the general public to come out and show their support. 

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