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More than 70 people proved up to the challenge as they participated in the deputy governor’s signature 5K event on Cayman Brac on Sunday, 15 Sept.
The Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge had received more than half of its target for donations by last week, with major sponsors committing $41,500.
Appleby, a Platinum Sponsor of the Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge has donated $17,500 to the annual run’s chosen charities.
Three Cayman charities focussed on social needs within the community were announced Thursday as the beneficiaries of this year’s Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge.
The Deputy Governor’s 5K 2019 Challenge has been rescheduled from April until September.
The community responded to Deputy Governor Franz Manderson’s call to action. The 2018 DG’s 5K Challenge raised a total of $89,000 for five charitable causes, exceeding the target set by Franz Manderson, who is currently acting governor, by more than $29,000.
The Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge made a splash in its Little Cayman debut on Sunday, as nearly half of the island’s population signed up for the event.
Runners of all ages and abilities will have a chance to contribute to several charities and causes by taking part in one run later this month.
The 2017 Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge raised $85,000 for the YMCA of the Cayman Islands, Deputy Governor Franz Manderson said.
Nearly 2,000 walkers and runners took to the streets in George Town Sunday for the fourth annual Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge.
The 2017 Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge kicked off last weekend on the Brac with an enthusiastic turnout and great weather.
Registration is open online only until 6 p.m. Friday for the 2017 Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge on Sunday, April 30, on Grand Cayman.
One of the biggest wellness events of the year is being split between Sunday in Cayman Brac and April 30 in Grand Cayman.
In the long run, the deputy governor’s continued focus on improving the health of the civil service, and the wider Cayman community, may prove extremely beneficial.
The Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge returns for its third year, taking place on Sunday and benefitting the Cayman Heart Fund.
Dignitaries and government officials joined nearly 200 participants from the Cayman Brac community for the 2016 Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge.
Money raised in this year’s Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge will go toward the Cayman Heart Fund’s efforts to buy a new ambulance.