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Gumball Rally raises $6,500

Thirty-four teams in a variety of themed cars and costumes took part in the first Rotary Central Gumball Rally, raising $6,500.

Step Right Up for the Alex Panton Foundation

On Saturday, 29 May, join Rotary Central in the Grand Cayman Marriott Ballroom for a circus-themed night, designed to raise money for the Alex...

Music Extravaganza concert celebrates silver anniversary

‘If music be the food of love, play on’, as Shakespeare said. Rotary Central Cayman Islands is certainly hoping the community shows its love...

COVID safety messages appear on bus stops

New messages about staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic have begun appearing on bus shelters throughout Grand Cayman.

More than 500 undergo Rotary health checks

A free islandwide health screening hosted by Rotary Central on Saturday led to 538 people undergoing the checks, dozens of whom were found to have undiagnosed conditions like high blood pressure or diabetes.

Rotary offers free health screening

Rotary Central and Health Services Authority experts are offering free health checks and advice islandwide on Saturday.

Woman wins $40,000 at Music Extravaganza

One lucky woman walked away with a $40,000 grand prize at the 21st annual Music Extravaganza on Saturday evening at Royal Palms. Trilby Lou Grant was the grand prize winner of $40,000. Ticket seller Alice Bayles received $4,000 for her part.

Young science fair contestants impress

With projects ranging from biology to physics and everything in between, young science students recently wowed judges with their impressive efforts at the Dr. Bill Hrudey Science Fair.

Business in brief: Sandy Cram receives Community Impact Award

Sandy Cram, client relationship manager at HighWater, is this year’s recipient of the Deloitte Alumni Community Impact Award for her philanthropic work in support of Rotary Central, Leadership Cayman and Junior Achievement, among other projects.

Montessori By The Sea storytellers shine

An 8-year-old student at Montessori By The Sea school is among the top 10 winners in the Caribbean in a competition for young emerging writers.

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