The Cayman Compass newspaper has donated the fish tank that has sat in its reception area for nearly 25 years to The Pines Retirement Home. Compass representative Sheree Rankin, back row, second from left, presented the tank, and its fish, on Tuesday to the residents and staff of the home. At the presentation were, back row, from left, Jusene Brown, Taejah-Rae Nixon, Louise Kidd, Lissette Williams, Pines manager Lynda Mitchell, Margaret Lue, and residents Leonie Bertolino and Emily Mae Bodden, both seated. – Photo: Taneos Ramsay

 

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