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This edition of Weekender Spotlight is all about ... feet? Well, not exactly, but Weekender Editor Vicki Wheaton does preview upcoming events including the local production of "Barefoot in the Park," the Special Needs Foundation's Barefoot Beach Gala, PAWS in the Sand and the Cayman Crisis Centre's Walk in Her Shoes.
The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre has backed calls for a specialist court to fast-track domestic violence cases.
A roundup of local business briefs.
The Walkers Charity Day in the Cayman Islands allocated over CI$100,000 to 20 local charities and community causes
The popular annual Legends Tennis tournament will be held at The Courts at The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman in a couple of weeks, with attendees including former world No.1 players Martina Hingis and Stefan Edberg.
Some of the biggest names in tennis will be competing in Grand Cayman again soon along with a golf legend and business tycoon.
The Bootcamp Gym and Progressive Distributors, present a cheque of $1000 KYD to the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre, after holding a fundraising Krav Maga seminar at The Bootcamp Gym.
The 11th hosting of the Legends Tennis takes place at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman from October 30th to November 3rd.
More than 150 Grace Christian Academy students, family and friends participated in the sixth annual “Walk with Grace” family walk on Seven Mile Beach on Saturday, 21 April, raising nearly $8,000 for school capital projects and $800 for the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre.
When international tennis stars rolled into Cayman last month, they brought much more than their racquets and best shots; they took time to mould Cayman’s future tennis players.
SteppingStones recruitment company was "tickled pink" to make the Cayman Islands Cancer Society the recipient of its October charitable donation.
An important part of the 2011 KPMG Legends Tennis tournament was ensuring Cayman’s best juniors, amateurs and pros got a chance to play alongside and against some of the world’s greatest players.
1962 was a pivotal year. Not only was the Cayman Islands established as a British Overseas Territory, but Rod Laver also won his first Wimbledon Grand Slam; he is the only man in history ever to win two. Despite a separation of almost 5,000 miles, the sport and islands remain linked today.
Rotary Central is celebrating Rotary Month.
The Pink Ladies Volunteer Corps annual Tea and Bazaar will be held at the Family Life Centre, Saturday, 28 November from 2-5pm.
Worldwide attention has been shed on violence in relationships between young people and teens, since the alleged altercation between R&B superstars Rihanna and boyfriend Chris Brown.
Local broadcasting company dms Broadcasting announced Wednesday that they would not be playing any of Chris Brown's songs on their radio stations until his name is cleared of domestic abuse allegations.
World class tennis stars once again clamoured to the Ritz-Carlton court over the weekend for the Cayman Classic Charity tournament.
Five finalists have been named for the 2006 Young Caymanian Leadership Award.