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From the early days of the radiothon to the addition of the telethon, the National Council of Voluntary Organisations has produced a show featuring...
Olive Hilda Miller passed away at The Pines Retirement Home on Tuesday, at the age of 98.
It was a festive night for Cayman seniors enjoying the Savannah Newlands annual Christmas party at Pedro playing field Monday night.
Governor Anwar Choudhury visited The Pines Retirement Home Friday, where he met residents and staff of the home.
The Pink Ladies volunteer corps honored one of its own when members presented JoEllen Rae-Smith with a volunteer award this week.
Some 40 years after receiving the Member of the British Empire honor in 1978, philanthropist Olive Miller has been named an Officer of the British Empire for her lifelong community service to the Cayman Islands.
A new History Wall featuring wooden plaques bearing the names of individuals and businesses who made significant contributions to George Town’s seniors residence was unveiled at The Pines Retirement Home on Wednesday.
After 10 years of living in her own villa on the Pines retirement home property in central George Town, Olive Miller, the home’s first manager, has moved to the main residential quarters.
The Cayman Islands Girls’ Brigade continued its 70th anniversary celebrations with a Feb. 25 tea party at East End. The afternoon ceremony honored the history of the organization with a fashion show demonstrating historic brigade outfits and a slide show documenting seven decades of work.