Jewel Levy, Journalist
Jewel Levy, Journalist

Jewel Levy


Pinnacle Media Group Ltd
PO Box 1365 GT
Grand Cayman KY1-1108

T: 345-815-0035
E: [email protected]

For 45 years, Jewel Levy a true born Caymanian from the district of Bodden Town has dedicated her working life to the art of photography and newspaper production and journalism from the time she left John Gray High School in 1976. She joined the Caymanian Compass team as a typesetter but after a brief stay moved to the Nor’wester Group of Publications where she was involved in photography. Tired of that and wanting to further her career, she moved back to the Caymanian Compass where she again became involved in photography. In later years she joined the editorial staff as a photo-journalist and has been there ever since.

Today Jewel can be seen at many events taking pictures and writing reports for publication in the Cayman Compass.  She is an example for many Caymanians to follow that once you have put your mind to accomplishing a particular career it is quite possible that you will be quite successful if given the opportunity. Jewel is now a valuable contributor to Cayman’s established media the Cayman Compass and other publications.


Adventist kids spread prayer, kindness

Hundreds of young adults inspired to spread the message of their church reached out to people in the Bodden Town community with food bags and prayer last Saturday.

More than 1,500 turn out for St. Paddy’s Day jog

More than 1,500 participants turned out for Butterfield’s 25th Annual St. Patrick’s Day 5K Irish Jog on Friday. Beth Florek was the first female to cross the finish line and Ali King took first place for males in the 3.1 mile race.

Meals on Wheels receives huge donation of food

Beulah McField, executive director of Meals on Wheels, was all smiles Friday when a truckload of goods turned up on the doorstep of the T.E. McField Youth and Community Centre on School Road in George Town.

‘You have made a difference’: Students’ donations help Syrian refugees

Karyn Thomas gave presentations at local schools, speaking about the Syrian crisis, which has resulted in the flight of millions of people into neighboring countries and beyond, highlighted the support from Cayman.

George Town Primary students enjoy day of culture

Quadrille lessons, maypole dancing and thatch work demonstrations were only some of the “old-time thing” displaying the sights and smells at George Town Primary School last week. Students and teachers got a chance to learn about Caymanian culture from visiting local heritage ambassadors.

Tampa choir’s performance wows at Bodden Town Primary

Students at Bodden Town Primary School were treated to some good old hand-clapping, finger-snapping, foot-stomping music during assembly Wednesday morning.More than 100 youngsters gathered in the school’s assembly hall to enjoy the performance.

Bodden Town residents concerned for future of Mission House

Some Bodden Town residents are expressing concern about the fate of the district’s historic Mission House, suggesting that Cayman heritage and culture could be showcased by having the local attraction open on a more regular basis.

Cayman observes Commonwealth Day

The Cayman Islands marked Commonwealth Day with a flag-raising ceremony at the Government Administration Building and a sitting of the Youth Parliament at the Legislative Assembly on Monday.

Pines’ first manager moves into the retirement home

After 10 years of living in her own villa on the Pines retirement home property in central George Town, Olive Miller, the home’s first manager, has moved to the main residential quarters.

Meals on Wheels celebrates 20 years

Meals on Wheels kicked off its annual fundraising campaign and celebrated its 20th anniversary by hosting an “Icon Day” on Friday. The “Icon Day” gave individuals from across the public and private sectors an opportunity to bring awareness of seniors’ hunger.

Brac farmer still active at 83

At 83, Norma Scott has not lost her love for the land or her passion for planting. “Despite the hard work it involves, it is the best therapy under the sun,” she said. Some 30 years after returning to her Cayman Brac roots, she still cultivates the land with her husband Henley, 84. The couple make the trip to their Bluff farm every morning by car and go about planting and harvesting peppers, when in season, sweet potatoes, yams, bottlers, watermelons, apple bananas and cassava.

Agriculture Show celebrates 50 years

Cayman’s biggest one-day agriculture event takes place on Ash Wednesday, March 1, at the Agricultural Grounds in Lower Valley. The day is designed to provide fun for all ages and to display the very best in agricultural and rural life.

West Bay designer’s Batabano costumes have Cayman flair

West Bay fashion and costume designer Reba Dilbert has plans to cover up some of Cayman’s “nakedness” at this year’s adult Batabano Carnival. “My topic this year will be Cayman flora and fauna,” said Ms. Dilbert.

Family vacation creates treasured memories for cancer patient

Resident Mary “Meg” Bodden, who is undergoing cancer treatment, is spending cherished days with visiting family members from overseas. She, her mother, and two groups of relatives visiting from Canada spent Thursday enjoying some attractions.

Douglas elected Seafarers president

John Stanley Douglas is the newly elected president of the Cayman Islands Seafarers Association, “Thank you for your ongoing support as we together make these great strides for the future well-being of our association and its members.”

Coco Fest draws hundreds to Pedro

Pedro St. James’s well-attended Coco Fest 2017 was all about coconuts gone wild. “It was a success last year and a bigger success this year,” said Debbie Bodden, Pedro’s operations manager.

Spectacular sunrises herald springtime in Bodden Town

Bodden Town’s Coe Wood beach has undergone a small yet significant transformation of late. Over the years, studies have identified Coe Wood Beach as an area of natural beauty to be protected for public use.

Hundreds attend Pedro’s Coco Fest

Saturday’s Coco Fest at Pedro St. James was enjoyed by the hundreds of people. Now in its second year, Coco Fest celebrates the Cayman coconut, a bountiful food source with legendary properties and a traditional staple in the Caymanian diet.
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North Side school to hold bingo night fundraiser

The Edna M. Moyle Primary School Parent Teacher Association is hosting its second Family Fun Bingo Night from 6-8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18, at the school hall. Organizers said the fundraiser is for various school needs and netball uniforms.

East End church hosts weekend youth revival

The Church of God Universal on Seaview Drive in East End will host a youth revival starting Friday and running through Sunday. The revival is designed for youth and young adults but is open to all, said Ganita Myles, the church’s youth leader for the George Town congregation.
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