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More than 30 students from three Grand Cayman high schools took part in the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise's sixth annual Scrabble Scrum early this month.
Literacy is for Everyone (LIFE) and Rotary Sunrise joined forces to supply East End Primary students with a new spelling programme.
For the second consecutive weekend, volunteers with the National Council of Voluntary Organization will be out in force at supermarkets this Saturday collecting donations.
After poring over dozens of submissions, judges were impressed with the amount of thought and effort put in by students at the Storyboard Competition in George Town on Saturday.
Members of Rotary Sunrise and their young colleagues from George Town’s Early Actors visited the Pines Retirement Home Saturday to sing carols and celebrate November birthdays.
A new road safety campaign, Share the Road, is under way in an effort to reduce the rising number of vehicle accidents on Cayman’s roads.
Rotary Sunrise raised more than $80,000 in its fundraising raffle this year, with proceeds going to support various projects.
Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise President Christine Mathews, left, presents Jirarat Phelps with the keys to the 2016 Audi Q5 she won on April 16 in the service club’s annual raffle.
On a recent morning, Bodden Town Primary students were very excited to find out how Silly Sally got to dance a jig with a pig, to learn all about a mouse named Meg and to find out how spilled milk changes into a rabbit.
A workshop to help young debaters hone their skills was recently held at several schools.
Nine-year-olds Diamond White, a student at Prospect Primary School, and Nathaniel Harlowe, a student at Cayman Prep, will have stories they wrote published by Amazon as the result of a Rotary-sponsored competition.