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Fundraising garage sale Saturday

John Gray Class of 1998 will be having a 10-year reunion dinner and dance at the Westin Casuarina Resort on Saturday, 19 July 2008. Tickets are CI$65 per person and are available at Funky Tangs

Triple C students hit the right notes

The Triple C School Crusader Band and Choir hit the right notes at the Association of Christian Schools International Festival competition held in Chattanooga, Tennessee

‘Little or no option’ on Ironwood

It appears a road will be built through a rare section of George Town forest land, despite recent pleas from environmentalists to keep the area - known as the Ironwood Forest - intact.

Walkers-National Gallery art competition winners announced

23 youngsters were recognized for their exceptional artwork recently at awards ceremony held at the National Gallery.

Skills honed in fake jet crash

Emergency response agencies got a chance to hone their response capabilities during a fake mass casualty incident by the Spotts Dock Monday.

Revival convention set

The theme of the 73rd Annual Spring Convention of the Church of God in the Cayman Islands is Returning to God in True Revival, based on James 4:8.

Triple C enjoys retreat

Personal development, spiritual instruction, challenge, and reflection, relationship building, teacher/student bonding were all a part of the retreats sponsored by Triple C School for Middle and High School students recently.

Triple C students give

If it is more blessed to give than receive, and it is, then the students of Triple C School are truly blessed. the past 25 years students have been giving to help the needy in the island, in the region and around the world.

Triple C drivers educated

Triple C School's Driver Education Programme has been revived through the involvement of Vampt Motors and Sagicor General Insurance (Cayman) Ltd.

Five ordained

At a Sunday evening service on 23 September, five candidates were ordained by the General Assembly of the Church of God in the Cayman Islands, also known as "the Chapel".

Song, flag debate academic

Schools in the Cayman Islands have indicated a proposal that students should raise the national flag and sing the national song every day could be largely academic.

WestStar scholar named

WestStar TV Ltd. has announced the first recipient of the company's Journalism/Communications Scholarship as Kevin James Walter, from Spotts, Newlands.

Teenagers take on healthy lifestyles

The Lifestyles for Teens group began this past January, prompted by a desperate telephone call from a young lady in West Bay. "I'm 15 years old, overweight and feeling really bad about myself."

Triple C students take home awards

Smiling faces, hushed tones, proud expressions and applause from every corner of the room were the features of the Triple C School's Award Assembly for the Elementary Department.

Chamber presents Golden Apple Awards

Eight educators have received a Golden Apple Award from the Chamber of Commerce for dedication, professionalism and leadership.

Chamber selects outstanding leader

Ms Elizabeth Charles, a 2007 graduate of Triple C School, is the recipient of the first Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Leader Award. This is the first time the Chamber has sponsored an award at Triple C School. The award will be presented annually at the schools graduation ceremony.

Triple C graduation makes history.

Thirty-nine graduates from Triple C recently made history. It was the largest class ever graduated from the school and the celebration of 60 years since the first graduation in 1947.

Golden Apple nominees named

Twenty-four outstanding educators in public and private schools throughout the Cayman Islands have been selected as honourees from a field of more than 150 teachers nominated by parents and students

Chamber focusing on education

The Chamber of Commerce began its Education Month in June by organising Career Awareness visits to businesses and government departments for Year 11 students at Cayman Prep and High School and Triple C School.

Putting service above self

Some people probably think the Rotary Club in the Cayman Islands is a place where affluent and influential businesspeople meet to network.

Pleasant memories of Cayman

I was pleasantly surprised to read in the Letters to the Editor about memories of a family that lived on the island from 1966 to 1968.

Greenlight Re supports Junior Achievement

Greenlight Reinsurance Ltd. recently presented Junior Achievement with a cheque for CI$1,500, representing sponsorship for Junior Achievement's Economics for Success program kits for the 2006/07 school year.

Social studies comes alive

It has taken more than a year to complete, but the Middle School students of Triple C School have finally put the finishing touches on their very own interpretation of history.

Teachers get trained in tourism

Sixteen teachers from various schools in Cayman took part in special training last week, which prepares them to teach their students about tourism's relevance to Cayman and as a career opportunity.

NCVO raises $84,000

History was made Saturday night when a $75,000 goal was surpassed at the annual NCVO radio/telethon.

Royal Navy chopper lands at Triple C

It's not every day a helicopter lands on your school field and for students at Triple C School it was a day's lesson to remember.

Triple C graduates excel

Another year and another set of young adults are leaving high school to head into the world wide-eyed and eager to begin laying the foundations for the road ahead.

Convention inspires Key Clubbers

Forty-five Key Clubbers from Ignatius Catholic School, Triple C School, John Gray High School and Cayman Prepand High School went on a four -day trip to Orlando for the annual Florida District Key Club Convention.

Brac student wins essay contest

Cayman Brac High School student Brendan Wahler won the inaugural Adventures in Citizenship essay contest conducted by the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman

Recyclers reach overseas

The of the John Gray Recyclers is to conserve the Islands' habitats and resources. But recently their efforts have reached beyond Cayman's and are assisting recyclers in the United States.

Three join dms organization

Cayman Islands business conglomerate, dms Organization Ltd. has hired three Caymanians - Audry Ebanks, Stephanie McLaughlin and India Narcisse - illustrating its continued support to the local workforce.

Tibbetts family donates to charities

A company that has contributed to the islands' business community for a very long time on Thursday donated more than US$150,000 to 14 deserving Cayman Islands charities.

Local students have awesome adventures

Two Caymanian teens have turned into TV presenters overnight following some Awesome Adventures in their homeland. Wendy Adam of Triple C School and Kamala Murugesu of John Gray High School, both in Year 12, were chosen as onair hosts for Awesome Adventures -

Truth for Youth wins netball crown

The Truth for Youth netball team closed out the 2005-2006 Inter-Primary School Netball Rally on Saturday, 11th February, as undefeated champions. victory made them double champions as they were also undefeated in the league.

Youth Parliament set for March

The chamber of the Legislative Assembly is slated to ring with the voices of Cayman's youth on 13 March this year when a group of them will "take over" the Parliament for a day.

Triple C students learn to give

For more than two decades, Triple C School students have embraced the idea of charitable giving, encouraged by principal Marjorie Ebanks, who has carefully chronicled all the funds raised over the years.

Interscholastic Under 14 football League

Interscholastic Under 14 football League results: George Hicks High School A defeated Triple C 7 0 Cayman Prep defeated George Hicks High school B 21

Wilma still whipping Cayman Islands

The slow moving Hurricane Wilma will continue to affect the Cayman Islands, particularly with pounding surf, through the weekend.

Student wins essay contest

When 16-year-old Michaiah Bryan was told he was the winner of the Commonwealth Write Around the World Competition, he couldn't believe it.

Rotary donates to Cayman’s youth

The three Rotary Clubs of Grand Cayman combined efforts to donate US$158,500 to various youth-related organisations last week.

Caymanians added to Digicel team

Digicel has welcomed some new staff members to the Cayman Islands team.

Doucet returns to CI

Thirty-two years after he left, Daniel Doucet, son of the failed Interbank owner Jean Doucet, finally returned to the Cayman Islands for a one-week visit.

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