Deputy governor unveils new run logo

From left, Ventisha Conolly, Cayman Brac and Logistics Coordinator; Tony Heaver-Wren, representing the event's platinum sponsor Appleby; Ania Milanowska, Cayman Islands Crisis Centre; event co-chair Jennifer Ahearn; Deputy Governor and event co-chair Franz Manderson; Kesrene Estrella, Special Needs Foundation of Cayman; Shane Purcell of the Alex Panton Foundation, and Fundraising Subcommittee Chairwoman Nancy Barnard.

Deputy Governor Franz Manderson last week unveiled the new logo for his annual 5K challenge last week.

The logo, which is refreshed every year, is designed to celebrate the various charitable recipients it aims to support.

“I am thrilled to be able to work closely with the various charities,” Manderson said in a press release. “Every year we aim to assist foundations that are tirelessly at work to provide services that reach areas of need in our community.”

The DG 5K is raising funds this year for the Alex Panton Foundation, the Crisis Centre of the Cayman Islands and the Special Needs Foundation.

“I would like to thank our sponsors who partner with us in this initiative which improves quality of life, drives awareness and facilitates change,” the deputy governor said. “Of course, I would be remiss not to also thank members of the public who register and join the fun in support of a good cause – we could not make this a success without each of you, and I welcome the community to register early.”

The DG 5K run on Cayman Brac will be held on Sunday, 15 Sept., and the Grand Cayman run will be held on Sunday, 29 Sept. Registration is open on the CaymanActive website www.caymanactive.com/dg5K.

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