ASi Cayman is catering more to the local running community.
It is supporting the upcoming Walk For Recovery planned for Sunday at 6 a.m. from Public Beach through West Bay and back. The race is in support of the Hope for Today Foundation. The foundation provides half-way homes in West Bay that provides a planned programme for persons with past substance abuse issues who look to transition back to a normal way of life.
ASi, a not-for-profit worldwide organization, staged a 5K Run/Walk last Sunday that attracted more than 105 participants and half as many helpers/supporters, despite the initial drizzling rain, which stopped immediately as the race started. Participants started from the entrance of South Sound Road, with the first male to the finish line being Dominic Corbin in under 23 minutes and the first female was Jennifer Coleman, with a winning time of under 33 minutes.
The race, in part, benefitted the George Town Adventist Church. ASi president Annie K. Price was approached by the church’s community services director, Victoria Nelson, for assistance to help re-establish the George Town Soup Kitchen in the old location but in the newly constructed building on Smith Road.
It is supporting the upcoming Walk For Recovery planned for Sunday at 6 a.m. from Public Beach through West Bay and back.