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More than 120 students from eight local schools participated in the inaugural Dart Minds Inspired Interschool Chess Tournament.
The Pink Ladies, who have been bringing their annual Christmas bazaar to the people of Cayman for more than 30 years, held their festive tea party again on Saturday, in what many consider the official launch of the festive season.
Cayman’s schoolkids have been setting their minds to tackling the issue of bullying this week, creating displays that will be featured at an anti-bullying fair on Saturday, Oct. 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Pink Ladies are giving away $35,000 in funds which they raised last year at the annual Christmas Bazaar and other events.
Cayman International School hosted its inaugural “International Night” on Wednesday to embrace and celebrate the wide variety of cultures and nationalities that are represented at the school.
Students took a stand against bullying at “STOOD UP Fair 2017” at the Arts and Recreation Centre in Camana Bay Saturday, Oct. 21.
The Family Resource Centre will host the Stood Up Fair 2017 this month, which aims to present a united front against bullying in all its forms.
Youngsters flocked to the Arts and Recreation Centre at Camana Bay on July 29 for the Shooting Stars 3-on-3 basketball tournament organized by Star 92.7FM.
The annual Pink Ladies Christmas Tea and Bazaar takes place on Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Arts and Recreation Centre in Camana Bay. The bazaar has something for everyone, including handmade crafts and homemade cakes, as well as entertainment for all. It runs from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
More than 350 Pilates fans, all decked out in pink, converged on the Arts and Recreation Centre Saturday to raise money for the Cayman Islands Cancer Society. Cancer survivor Colleen Brummer, who runs Pilates studio Energy and who organized the event, said more than $9,000 was raised through registration fees, and other donations are still being tallied.