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Twelve young Caymanians, ranging in age from 14 to 24, have been named the 2020 Proud of Them honourees for their achievements in academics, sports, career and community service.
The Ministry of Education announced 12 new Proud of Them award winners at a reception and dinner Wednesday evening at the George Town Yacht Club.
The twice-yearly “Proud of Them” award scheme is once again seeking to recognize excellence among young people in the Cayman Islands.
This year’s Dart Scholars and government’s Proud of Them award recipients set powerfully positive examples for their peers.
A dozen students were honored Wednesday evening at the annual Proud of Them award ceremony at the George Town Yacht Club.
Nominations for the annual “Proud of Them” initiative, which honors the achievements of individual young people in the Cayman Islands, are now open.
Jennelle McLaughlin, 25, has been recognized by the Proud of Them initiative for her community service work.
Isabella Powery, 14, has been recognized by the Proud of Them initiative for her impressive collection of sporting accomplishments in martial arts, track and rugby over the last several years.
Ashli Brianne Welcome, 22, is being recognized by the Proud of Them initiative for her academic achievements.
Footballer Joshewa Frederick-Charlery, 20, is being recognized by the Proud of Them initiative for his sporting achievements.
Amateur footballer Kareem George Foster, 17, of Bodden Town, has been honored for his achievements in the field of sports.
Sarah Clair Jackson, 17, from George Town, has been recognized in the Proud of Them initiative for her academic work.
West Bay’s Janelle Syms, 19, has received a “Proud of Them” accolade for her academic achievements.
Up until a few months ago, 20-year-old Jared McGill was a youth member of the Cayman Islands Cadet Corps. During the past seven years, he impressed his superiors with his high and consistent levels of commitment and enthusiasm.
Bradley McLaughlin, 15, of Bodden Town, is being recognized in the culture field of the annual Proud of Them initiative.
Brianna Bodden, 16, has been an exceptional pupil since she started at Clifton Hunter High School. The well-rounded student, with her never-give-up attitude, has been involved in just about every aspect of school life.
Anja Ruth van Genderen, 17, of Bodden Town, is among the latest group of young people to be recognized as part of the “Proud of Them” initiative.
The faces of some of Cayman’s most accomplished young people will be featured on billboards throughout Grand Cayman in coming months, after a dozen new Proud of Them nominees were chosen.
Martina Watler and Aaron West, both from George Town, are among the young people who are being recognized as part of the Proud of Them campaign. Martina, 15, is featured among the awardees for her academic achievements. According to a press release, her writing skills earned her big recognition and major accolades.
Kayla Ramos of West Bay is among this year’s recipients of the Proud of Them awards in the field of academics.
Two young women from George Town are among this year’s Proud of Them recipients. Brittany Mobley and Jessica Moore will be featured on large billboards throughout Grand Cayman to honor their achievements.
Jonathan Christian, 25 and Chambria Dalhouse, 16, are two of this year’s Proud of Them awardees hailing from George Town.
West Bay native Kaela Ebanks, one of this year’s Proud of Them award recipients, attends South Georgia State College on a partial sports scholarship while pursuing an associate degree in pre-allied health.
Nominations are being accepted through March 20 for the “Proud of Them” awards, which recognize outstanding efforts by youth ages 10 to 25. Twelve young people will be chosen from the nominee pool for their achievements in sports, culture, business, community service or professional work.
Ayanna Davis-Eden and Felicia Connor of George Town were among the 12 Proud of Them finalists honored at a reception at the George Town Yacht Club in August.
Bodden Towners Giselle Ebanks and Bruce Gordon were among the 12 Proud of Them finalists honored at a reception at the George Town Yacht Club this month.
A number of young people were honored as Proud of Them finalists at a reception at the George Town Yacht Club this month.
A number of young George Towners were honored as Proud of Them finalists at a reception at the George Town Yacht Club this month.
A number of young Bodden Towners were recently honored for their efforts and accomplishments as Proud of Them finalists at a reception at the George Town Yacht Club this month.
Tishan Crowe, 24, is one of the recent young achievers selected for the Proud of Them recognition award.
Twelve young people with strong academic, community service, sports and culture accomplishments were named as the latest honorees of the Proud of Them campaign Wednesday.
There is one week left before the nominations period closes for the Proud of Them award scheme.
The nomination period for the Proud of Them youth recognition program is now open. The public is encouraged to recognize excellence among young people by...
Twelve people have been chosen in this year’s Proud of Them initiative to be featured on roadside billboards around Grand Cayman.
The cousin of the late David Ebanks, who was shot dead in West Bay early last year, has donated a car to the apprenticeship program he was involved in.
Cayman Prep and High School’s senior Model United Nations team gained recognition and experience at the Princeton Model United Nations Conference.
Vitoria Buttrum, 13, of Bodden Town is the youngest recipient of the Proud of Them award, which she received for her achievements in academics.
Chanelle Monique Scott, 15, of Bodden Town, received the Proud of Them award for her achievements in academics.
Nathaan Whittaker received the Proud of Them award for his substantial contributions to and accomplishments in all five categories.
Let us devote a moment to recognizing excellence among the young people of the Cayman Islands.
Janell Taylor, 17, from Bodden Town received the Proud of Them award for her academic achievements.
Kristiann Powell, 18, from George Town received the Proud of Them award for her extensive involvement in community service efforts throughout the island.
George Town native Melanie Ebanks, 22, has received the Proud of Them award for her work in promoting Cayman culture and her involvement in community service activities.
Abijith Anu received the Proud of Them award for his many academic accomplishments.
The Cayman Islands team returned from the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles on Tuesday afternoon clutching their 52 medals with pride.
The winners of the government’s fourth round of the “Proud of Them” initiative were announced Wednesday evening during an event at the George Town Yacht Club.
Nominations are open for government’s fourth round of the “Proud of Them” initiative, which recognizes outstanding young people.
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After a dominant campaign, the Bodden Town Wolves are eager to replicate the feat.
Seventeen-year-old squash champion Julian Jervis, is the latest recipient for the Proud of Them initiative for his academic and sporting achievements.
A Caymanian teenager has won a football competition in Jamaica and impressed coaches from Chelsea Football Club making his ambition to be a professional closer to reality.
Bethany Ebanks, a scholar and dedicated hospitality worker, is the latest recipient in the Proud of Them initiative.
Cayman Airways pilot Hakeem Bush is the latest honoree in the 'Proud of Them' initiative.
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Loshana Lopez-Francis, 16, is the recipient of the third round of the Proud of Them nominations.
According to the region’s biggest figure, the Cayman Islands have a great future in women’s football.
An aspiring psychiatrist, who also filled the role of "Deputy Governor" in Youth Parliament, has been nominated by the Proud of Them initiative for her active role in the community in the Sister Islands.
Former Miss Teen Cayman Islands runner-up Mariah Tibbetts is recognized for academic excellence.
Alyssa Ebanks, 16, was chosen for the “Pursuit of Excellence Award,” a scheme rolled out this year by a past “Proud of Them” recipient.
Past Proud of Tgen recipient Lloyd Barker launched his own award initiative to regonize the dedication and hard work of other young people.
Cayman is a melting pot of different nationalities and all will be focused on the World Cup in Brazil over the next month.
Two local officers receive kudos for successfully locating a missing teenager in Mexico.
Boxer Tafari Ebanks is included as one of Proud of Them Committee’s seven young Caymanians to be featured on posters.
The third round of the “Proud of Them” initiative honors 12 new faces this year.
Kimone Chambers, a 23-year-old masters graduate who campaigned against substance abuse in the Cayman Islands, has been regonized by the Proud of Them initiative.
Ileann Powery and Chante Smith-Johnson nearly took Cayman volleyball to new heights.
Christopher "Sai" Eccles, 19, has been chosen as a recipient of a Proud of Them award.
The governmetn is again getting ready to recognise youths in the Cayman Islands with the Proud of Them awards.
Sixteen-year-old Katlen Bush has been nominated for the Proud of Them initiative for her academic achievements and community service.
Student Leanni Tibbetts, 17, who climbed the ranks of Cadet Corps to the position of sergeant has been recognized by the “Proud of Them” initiative for her active role in the community.
Seventeen-year-old Madeleine Rowell has been nominated for the second round of the Proud of Them initiative.
Abigail Stoddart is a star in school and in sports.
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