Captured by Rotaract set for Camana Bay

Plenty of fun is planned for a unique event taking place at Camana Bay this Saturday.

From noon to 4pm, the Rotaract clubs in the Cayman Islands will be holding Captured by Rotaract next to Eclipze. Three Rotarians from each of the Rotary Clubs on island will be captured by the Rotaractors and held ransom. While the Rotarians are Captured by Rotaract, they will seek contribution toward their ransom funds from fellow Rotarians, family members, friends and businesses. Donations can be made by telephone, email and in person during the event.

The funds raised will assist the Rotaract clubs in the Cayman Islands host Rotaractors from across the Caribbean this May for the Rotaract District 7020 Conference. This year is the first time the annual event will be held in the Cayman Islands. During the four-day conference, Rotaractors from 47 Rotaract clubs based in 10 Caribbean nations will come together to advance the object of Rotaract, “Fellowship through Service”, through inspirational addresses, thought-provoking discussions, collaborative project planning activities, development and training workshops.

These take place with the matters of importance to Rotaract in mind, according to organisers, and result in the strengthening of interclub relations across the District and therefore the difference we make in the world.

Rotaract is a Rotary-sponsored service club for young men and women ages 18 to 30. All Rotaract efforts begin at the local, grassroots level, with members addressing their communities physical and social needs while promoting international understanding and peace through a framework of friendship and service. Rotaract has become a worldwide phenomenon. Everyone is invited to attend the fundraiser.

Contact Heather Roffey at 925-2729 or e-mail [email protected] for more information.

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