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Annual cancer fundraiser walk becomes month-long step challenge

With Cayman's COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings capped at 250, the Lions Clubs of Tropical Gardens and Cayman Brac are redesigning their annual Brenda Tibbetts-Lund Memorial Walks.

Eclipze cut-a-thon marks 19th year

Eclipze Hair Design and Day Spa Cut-a-Thon marked its 19th anniversary on Sunday. The local salon is raising funds for the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens breast cancer awareness programme.

Singers returning to Cayman for cancer fundraiser

For the fourth consecutive year, Steve Higgins & Friends will present an annual ‘Evening of Excellence’ concert to help raise funds for the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens and the Cayman Islands Cancer Society.

From rubbish to religion, volunteers turn out for service

Some picked up trash, some picked up rakes, others picked up hammers and paintbrushes and a few picked up microphones as groups of volunteers across Cayman participated in Celebrate Cayman’s 60 Acts of Service over the weekend.

Singers donate to cancer charities

Steve Higgins & Friends, who performed at a concert in Cayman in September, presented checks from money raised at the event to the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens last week.

Lions host free public eye-screening campaign

The Lions Club of Tropical Gardens partnered Saturday with Optical Outlook to carry out free vision screenings for members of the public.

Cut-A-Thon date set

Eclipze Hair Design & Day Spa has announced that it will host the 18th annual Cut-A-Thon for Breast Cancer Awareness on Sunday, Sept. 30.

Lions Club of Tropical Gardens installs officers

The Lions Club of Tropical Gardens has installed its new officers for the upcoming year, with Donett Chung handing over the presidential baton to the club’s 26th president, Jasmine Minott.

Free diabetes screenings offered

The Health Services Authority and the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens will be offering free health screening on World Diabetes Day, Tuesday, Nov. 14 at the Cayman Islands Hospital atrium.

Sameena’s offers day of beauty

Sameena’s Beauty Salon, located in the Coe Centre at 80 North Church Street, is known for its quality, nicely priced treatments. It is a full-service salon that includes a range of beauty services such as manicures, pedicures, massages and facials.

Dart awarded for registering most participants in 5K walk/run

The Dart group of companies, with 45 members of staff taking part, won this year’s Lions Club of Tropical Gardens Brenda Tibbetts-Lund Memorial Walk/Run Challenge Cup.

War dead to be honored on Remembrance Sunday

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.

Civil servants wear pink to support Lions Club’s breast cancer awareness effort

Government workers, members of the public and Acting Deputy Governor Stran Bodden donned pink on Friday to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Strong turnout for district breast cancer presentation

It was a packed house at the John Gray Memorial Church Hall last week for an information session on breast cancer.

Youngster determined to help those in need

Taking a cue from her mother, a young George Towner is doing her part to help those in need.

Lions mark 20 years of breast cancer awareness

The Lions Club of Tropical Gardens is celebrating two decades of its Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign in the Cayman Islands. Since the campaign began 20 years ago, the club says, thousands of people have benefited from the educational program, which involves partnerships with healthcare providers.

‘80s-inspired fitness festival draws crowd

More than 100 people got into the groove early on Sunday morning as they took part in a flashback to the 1980s fitness fest at the Arts and Recreation Centre in Camana Bay.

Lions Fitness Fest roars into the ARC

To those who enjoy feeling the burn and love ‘80s music, your time has come. So, dig out a headband, your DayGlo micro shorts and a baggy crop top and channel your inner Jennifer Beals for a fun event that aims to raise money for local community projects.

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