Healthy eating and reading skills on the menu for students

George Town Primary has been the scene of a number of special events and educational presentations for students in past weeks. 

On Nov. 23, the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens and the Cayman Island Diabetes Association gave a nutritional talk on healthy eating habits. 

“The Cayman Islands is struggling from a major health issue and statistics shows bad eating habits contributed to most of the problems,” noted Lions Club of Tropical Gardens project coordinator Jasmine Minott. 

“Therefore, we think education goes a far way in helping the society to be aware of what is best for our health where nutrition is concerned.” 

Literacy skills were on the agenda that same week as George Town Primary students were paid a visit from Rotary members on November 26, who took part in some interactive reading.  

On the same day a number of volunteers from UBS came by along with the Kiwanis Book Mobile. 

The Kiwanis on a visit with their Book Mobile to George Town Primary School.

The Kiwanis on a visit with their Book Mobile to George Town Primary School.
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