In the Nov. 15, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, the following story appeared on the front page:
Representatives from the National Workforce Development Agency arrived on Cayman Brac Tuesday to host workshops and meet with job-seekers and employers.
Pirates of all ages invaded Cayman Brac over the weekend as part of the annual Pirates Week celebrations.
Staff of the Cayman Islands Government General Registry will be in Cayman Brac on Friday, Nov. 10, to inform local business owners about the new Cayman Business Portal online system.
While Lauren Williams, 20, grew up in West Bay, it took a trip to Trinidad and Tobago to open her eyes to the world of Caribbean poetry.
As storm force winds battered Cayman’s western shore at the weekend, visitors to Macabuca restaurant and bar in West Bay found themselves ducking for cover.
The congregation of Boatswain Bay Presbyterian Church in West Bay held a special church service with the theme “Love” in honor of Older Persons Month on Sunday.
Dauria Wattley, a 12-year-old British Virgin Islands evacuee staying in Frank Sound and attending Triple C school in George Town, knows well the effects of a hurricane after seeing her hometown in British Virgin Islands battered first by Hurricane Irma and then by Hurricane Maria.
In the Oct. 25, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, the following story, appeared on the front page:
Parents, students and teachers gathered in the Sir John A. Cumber Primary School hall Oct. 18 to witness the installation of the new 2017-2018 student council.
Church members at Boatswain Bay Presbyterian Church went “pink” to show support for breast cancer awareness during a special Sunday church service on Oct. 22.
In the Oct. 25, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, the following story appeared:
Seniors were treated to an afternoon of tasty treats and entertainment in the Olive Miller Garden at the Pines Retirement Home on Thursday.
In the Oct. 25, 1967 edition of The Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of The Cayman Compass, there was news of an advertising agency representing the Cayman Islands interests abroad.
Members of the public and companies continue to donate money toward the creation of a Children’s Garden at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.
All residents of North Side district are invited to the monthly meeting of the District Council, which is set for Thursday, Oct. 26, at 8 p.m. at the theater at Clifton Hunter High School.
North Side’s popular Bingo Night returns on Friday, Oct. 27 at the Edna M. Moyle Primary School Hall.
In the Oct. 18, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, “North Side News” correspondent Nettie McCoy wrote:
Cayman Brac kicked off the beginning of fall with a host of activities that residents enjoyed over the three-day weekend of Oct. 6 to 8.
Schools on Cayman Brac, and staff at the District Administration Office, went “Casual for a Cause,” last month to raise awareness and support the Alzheimer’s and Dementia Association of the Cayman Islands. Students, teachers and staff of the Creek, Spot Bay and West End Primary Schools and the District Administration Office wore purple shirts and donated funds to the association.