In the pink for Christmas

Pink Ladies were on hand at the annual Christmas Bazaar, including Sandra Joseph, Kathleen Murphy, Elizabeth Hamilton, Maxine Drake and Cynthia Joyce.

The Arts and Recreation Center in Camana Bay was packed Saturday as the local community came out to support the Pink Ladies’ annual Christmas Bazaar.

The event is considered one of the ultimate signs that Christmas is on its way in Cayman. Saturday’s bazaar marked the 35th time the Pink Ladies has hosted the event, which is the organization’s major fundraiser for the year.

As well as selling a huge variety of jams, chutneys, cookies and other goodies, the Pink Ladies always ensure that there is also plenty of tea on offer to wash down the sandwiches, scones and cakes on offer for immediate consumption.

Since its inception, the price of admission has stayed the same – $5 – to ensure the event is affordable to all.

This year, entertainment was provided by the National Choir, Cayman Youth Choir, Miss Jackie’s Dance School and two high school bands, and the students of the Purple Dragon Martial Arts School also put on a demo.

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