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When it comes to Christmas, it's all about the children, so the Lions Club of Grand Cayman is hosting a party for the island's...
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman has launched a helpline through which members of the public in need of assistance can directly contact the service organisation.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman held its inaugural Diabetes Health Fair on Saturday, 14 Nov. in recognition of World Diabetes Day.
Savannah father and son duo Andrew and Linbern Eden share their stories of cancer survival.
Members of the Lions Club of Grand Cayman delivered COVID-19 care packs to John Gray High School students last week as they returned to school.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman's tradition of throwing a birthday party every July for the elderly residents of The Pines Retirement Home had...
Local entrepreneur Carmin Godfrey has been installed as the new Lions Club of Grand Cayman president.
Cayman Brac Lions Club members showed their appreciation for health workers at Faith Hospital on Friday by treating them to lunch.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman honoured Department of Environmental Health workers on Tuesday for their service and commitment to duty.
At 5 years old, Martissah Sinclair is a typical toddler who loves to play and dress up, but she is facing the biggest battle of her young life.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman got into the spirit of giving as it held its annual All-Island Kids Christmas Party over the weekend.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman is reaching out to the community for a helping hand to spread Christmas cheer.
Prospect and Red Bay community broke ground for the new Eddie Sanchez Community Park over the weekend.
Cayman’s seniors took part the annual bingo extravaganza at the Lions Centre on Saturday. The event is part of the Department of Children and Family Services Older Persons Month celebrations and was held in partnership with CDFS, the Lions Club of Grand Cayman and CUC.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman’s Prostate, Colorectal and Testicular Cancers Event (PACCE) committee took its cancer awareness campaign to the Water Authority on Tuesday.
Prevention is better than cure. That was the message from the Lions Club of Grand Cayman when the club hosted an educational seminar last week on prostate, colon and testicular cancers at the Seafarers Association Hall.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman hosted its annual birthday party for residents of The Pines on Saturday.
The Department of Children and Family Services has appointed Rayle Roberts as its new deputy director. Roberts will take up his post on May 15.
Yuneisy Perez, left, receives her spot cash prize of $250 from Lions Club First Vice President Cordella Chollette. Perez is the third winner of the Lions Club of Grand Cayman Benzarama 2019 spot cash draw, held on March 29 at the Office Lounge.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman were joined by members from the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens, Rotary Central and guests at Grand Old House to celebrate Lions International founder Melvin Jones, who was born in 1879.
A Mistletoe all-white Christmas party held by Amicus Group at Abacus restaurant raised $5,000 for the Lions Club of Grand Cayman.
More than 80 Lions and Leos from various Caribbean Islands were in Cayman late last month to attend the International Association of Lions Clubs District 60B’s first Cabinet meeting in Grand Cayman.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman has been awarded the designation of being a 100 Percent Melvin Jones Fellowship Club.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman, in partnership with Carnival Cruise Lines, donated a patient lift, valued at more than $4,000, to The Pines on Feb. 1.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman celebrated its members past and present this month with an awards ceremony and a plaque unveiling at the Lions Community Centre.
Marlon Cabrera, winner of the Lions Club of Grand Cayman’s 2017 Benzarama raffle fundraiser, was presented with a $57,000 white 2017 Mercedes-Benz on Wednesday.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman’s Restoration Committee had the chance to collaborate with residents of the Hope Foundation in West Bay to build a storage shed.
The Lions Club of Grand Cayman is urging East End men to “Man up and get tested,” and is holding a prostate and colon cancer awareness meeting at the East End United Church hall on Thursday, March 23, at 7:30 p.m.
Lions of the Lions Club of Grand Cayman and Tropical Gardens, alongside Leos and other community partners, marked a milestone for the organization and welcomed new members. Lions donned their blazers to celebrate the 138th birthday of founder Melvin Jones and recognized 100 years in “Lionism,”
High school students from across the Cayman Islands faced off on Dec. 7 in an exciting competition at Red Bay Holiness Church that put their spelling skills to the test. After correctly spelling the final word, “cyclamen,” Toni-Ann Daley of John Gray High School emerged the winner of the 33rd annual Lions Club Spelling Bee.
The annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony will be held on Sunday, Nov. 13, to pay tribute to war veterans. The ceremony will be held at the cenotaph outside Elmslie Memorial Church in George Town, starting at 10:45 a.m.
A new club at John Gray High School is poised to offer young people a new path to building character and giving back to their communities.
The Cayman Islands Cancer Society and Cayman Islands HospiceCare each received $15,000 from the Lions Club of Grand Cayman as part of the proceeds raised by walkers and runners during the club’s Prostate and Colon Cancer Event three-day walk and run campaign, known as PACCE.
Each year on World Sight Day, the Lions Club of Grand Cayman, like many Lions Clubs worldwide, makes dedicated efforts to highlight the importance of eye health. To bring awareness of blindness and vision impairment, Lions Club members have been visiting schools throughout Grand Cayman this week to help carry out vision checks on young students.
Ten students will be sporting new shoes for the school year, through the support of the Lions Club of Grand Cayman.
For the first time in three years, on Aug. 27 at the Lions Community Centre, the Lions Club and Leo Club of Grand Cayman will host the Miss Teen Pageant.
For the second time in 43 years, the Lions Club of Grand Cayman has appointed a female president.
Luis Farez won a new Mercedes-Benz in the Lions Club of Grand Cayman’s Benzarama 2016 raffle fundraiser.
Good attendance and superlative singing marked the finals of the recent Lions Club of Grand Cayman’s second annual Youth Choir Competition on May 26.
It was a time to honor the past, recognize service and look to the future for members of Grand Cayman’s Lions community on Saturday,...