National Trust social a chance to meet the Council

Protecting the habitats of animals like the threatened Sister Islands Rock Iguana is one of the Trust's priorites.

The Little Cayman District for the National Trust is hosting a social open to existing members and also those interested in finding out more about the Trust’s work.

The Little Cayman District for the National Trust works to preserve the island's natural heritage sites like the Booby Pond.
The Little Cayman District for the National Trust works to preserve the island’s natural heritage sites like the Booby Pond.

Trust Council members will be in Little Cayman over the weekend, so the social will be an opportunity for local Trust members to meet members from the other islands, said Little Cayman District National Trust chair Betty Bua.

“We are pleased that some resorts are donating some of the food for the event,” said Ms. Bua.

“It is a pot-luck so all attendees are asked to bring a dish to share.”

The group is ramping up preparations for its annual Easter Auction, with funds raised from the usually successful event going toward various conservation projects, including new habitat acquisition and protection, as well as for ongoing programs and operations.

Those who would like to attend the social but are not yet Trust members are requested to visit Ms. Bua, or to go to the Trust House between 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. on weekdays to join.

For more information, visit www.nationaltrust.org.ky.

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