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Irish Jog

Dance a jig to the Irish Jog

Can you believe that the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Irish Jog is celebrating its 28th outing?

Pirates to plunder plastics

Cayman pirates are taking a stand against plastic. The Pirates Week Festival and Plastic Free Cayman are partnering for the second year for the Pirates...

Cayman beauty queens to walk for the environment

The Miss World Cayman Islands will host its first 5K EnviroWalk Run to bring awareness to the environment on 30 June at SafeHaven.

Rotaract 5K raises funds for vocational grant

Rotaract Blue’s annual Fred Speirs 5K Walk/Run at SafeHaven last month raised $1,800 for a vocational grant.

‘Shark talks’ to get kids hooked on conservation

Shark movies, beach cleanups and fishing clinics are all part of the line-up for this year’s Ocean Conservation Month.

Dog Jog celebrates 10 years

The Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts organization, known more succinctly as CARE, is holding its 10th Annual Dog Jog on Sunday at SafeHaven. As you can probably surmise from the name, pooches are absolutely welcome to participate (led by their owners, of course).

Guiding the Way 2019

The annual event Guiding the Way, which raises awareness of Girlguiding in the Cayman Islands, is scheduled for this Saturday at Safehaven.

Meals on Wheels Turkey Trot set for late November

The third annual Meals on Wheels Turkey Trot will take place on Saturday, Nov. 24, at the Holiday Inn Resort Grand Cayman, and the course will circle SafeHaven.

Earth Day clean up gets new look

Clean up efforts for Cayman’s Earth Day 2018 Saturday were not limited to local streets and beaches.

Sunday dog jog will raise funds for CARE

Charity runners, some on two legs, some on four, will take to the streets Sunday to raise money for the Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts.

Turkey Trot raised $4,000 for Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels’ second annual Turkey Trot 5K and 10K Walk raised more than $4,000 for supplies for the charity, which currently serves 218 seniors, housebound or disabled individuals across Grand Cayman.

Elderly Mexican man dies after snorkeling accident

A 77-year-old man from Mexico died Thursday morning following a snorkeling accident in North Sound.

5K walk/run benefits The Pines

Money raised from Sunday’s 5K Walk/Run for The Pines Retirement Home will help pay for a four-seat wheelchair bus to replace the one-seat model the home uses now.

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