BODDEN TOWN

1,100 pounds of garbage plucked from beach

Volunteers cleared more than 1,100 pounds of trash from Beach Bay beach in Bodden Town on Sunday as part of an ongoing effort to raise awareness in Cayman about the environmental dangers of plastic products.

EAST END AND NORTH SIDE

Morritt’s resort ambassador celebrates 90th birthday

Frank Conolly of East End celebrated his 90th birthday on Sunday, Oct. 8, surrounded by friends and family.

GEORGE TOWN

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Cayman Arts Festival makes appeal to expand music program

The students in the Cayman Arts Festival music program do not need to be convinced to stay behind after school to practice their instruments.

LITTLE CAYMAN AND CAYMAN BRAC

Brackers fall in love with autumn festival

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.

WEST BAY

50 years ago: Radio station acknowledges Cayman is inhabited

In the Oct. 11, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, the following story, titled “WGBS, Miami apologises” appeared:

Brackers fall in love with autumn festival

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.

Cayman Brac goes casual for a cause

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.

50 years ago: HMS Mohawk visits Cayman

In the Oct. 18, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, the following story appeared:

Morritt’s resort ambassador celebrates 90th birthday

Frank Conolly of East End celebrated his 90th birthday on Sunday, Oct. 8, surrounded by friends and family.

50 years ago: Investment climate very attractive

The Oct. 11 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor to the Cayman Compass, included the following story:

People Time Forgot: Olga and Earlie Whittaker

Olga and Earlie Whittaker made their home in East End, Grand Cayman.

50 years ago: Radio station acknowledges Cayman is inhabited

In the Oct. 11, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, the following story, titled “WGBS, Miami apologises” appeared:

Community team on roadside cleanup duty

Members of the West Bay Community Emergency Response Team carried out a roadside cleanup in the vicinity of the West Bay Cemetery and fire station Saturday.

Opposition members visit WB primary school

Members of the opposition at the Legislative Assembly visited the Sir John A. Cumber Primary School on Thursday, Oct. 5.
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Cayman Arts Festival makes appeal to expand music program

The students in the Cayman Arts Festival music program do not need to be convinced to stay behind after school to practice their instruments.

50 years ago: Flights begin from Jamaica

Visiting at the Beach Club last week were Dr. and Mrs. James Kennedy of Houston, Texas. Dr. Kennedy is one of the leading heart specialists in the Sates. With them were Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Vaughan of Boston, Massachusetts.

1,100 pounds of garbage plucked from beach

Volunteers cleared more than 1,100 pounds of trash from Beach Bay beach in Bodden Town on Sunday as part of an ongoing effort to raise awareness in Cayman about the environmental dangers of plastic products.

50 years ago: Kirk C lost, crew safe

In the Oct. 4, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, the following story appeared on the front page:

MLA office opens in Evron Plaza

A new Bodden Town MLA office was officially opened to the public last week. The office is based in the Evron Plaza, on the corner of Anton Bodden Drive and Harvey Stephenson Drive.
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West Bay grandparents celebrated at church event

Grandparents in the West Bay community were all smiles recently when Boatswain Bay Presbyterian Church recognized the vital role they play in the lives of their children and grandchildren.

Story Time end to Literacy Month

Nineteen four- to six-year-old students from Grace Christian Academy celebrated the end of Literacy Month by visiting Books & Books in Camana Bay Friday morning for a special Story Time session with representatives from the bookstore and Camana Bay.

Primary students recognized for outstanding achievements

On Friday Sept. 22, 2017. Sir John A. Cumber Primary School honored eight students from years 2 and 3 for their outstanding achievements and progress made for the school year so far.

50 years ago: MLAs discuss tourism

In the Sept. 27, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, the following report appeared:

Repairs under way to restore historic Gun Bay church

Repairs will soon be completed on Gun Bay United Church, two years after the building was closed because of structural problems.

Boy donates birthday money to Children’s Garden

For the second consecutive year, 9-year-old Kaz Conolly Basdeo has donated all the money he received at his birthday party to the Children’s Garden development at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.
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