Woman wins $40,000 at Music Extravaganza

One lucky woman walked away with a $40,000 grand prize at the 21st annual Music Extravaganza on Saturday evening at Royal Palms.

Trilby Lou Grant was the grand prize winner of $40,000. Ticket seller Alice Bayles received $4,000 for her part.

“It was a great success for the club, the audience who came, the community and the winners,” Rotary Central President Michael Pratt said in a press release.

Ruben Gordon won the second prize of $4,000. The six entrants who won $1,000 prizes were Rosario Cardozo, Shawn Bryan, Wendy Evans, Maxine Whittaker, Rion Mohammed and Carlmon Bodden.

“We are very thankful to the Cayman community who has been diligently supporting our fundraiser for all these years,” said Mr. Pratt. “All proceeds raised will be going back into our many community projects.”

Rotary Central, which received its charter from Rotary International in 1986, is made up of business, professional and community leaders, and has more than 80 members across the community.

The organization’s record of service to the Cayman Islands includes building the T.E. McField Sports Centre, the restoration of the Mastic Trail, hurricane relief, housing assistance, an annual science fair and a variety of youth programs.