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After months of preparation – and raising $130,000 for the Cayman Islands Cancer Society – the Kiting for Cancer team is ready to make their 100-mile journey on kiteboards from Little Cayman to Grand Cayman.
George Town Primary School held a school-wide fundraiser on Feb. 3 for the fight against cancer. Each participating child brought in a dollar and wore something yellow.”We had a great turnout, and lots of children and staff had fun walking around the stadium at the beginning of the school day,” said teacher Stephanie Taylor.
More than 200 kids and parents braved the rain and the wind on Jan. 30 to participate in the sixth annual Camana Bay Street Hockey Tournament, which raised nearly $4,000 for Have a Heart Cayman.
A small team of ambitious and charitable kiteboarders who plan to ride the wind from Little Cayman to Grand Cayman as part of the first Maples Kiting for Cancer event have raised $100,000 for the Cayman Islands Cancer Society.
Guests sipping soda floats and twirling hula hoops in poodle skirts made for a lively open air party last weekend on Cayman Brac.
The Cayman Islands Cancer Society’s annual Stride Against Cancer walk/run took place Sunday morning as residents from all around the country either walked or ran courses in George Town, North Side, Cayman Brac or Little Cayman.
Girl Guides love a challenge, and the biggest for local units at the moment is to raise enough money to attend an international camp in the U.K. this summer.
Nearly 2,000 people took part in Sunday’s Stride Against Cancer walk/run, the largest number by far to participate in the Cancer Society fundraiser to date, which included a timed half-marathon and a 10K in four locales across the islands.
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