Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
More than 20 Rotarians with their children and friends in addition to some of the local residents got out to help paint at the Neils Godfrey Park. "This is what Community Service and Fellowship is all about. Let's look for other hands on projects this year in the hope that they will be the success that this one was!", comments Rotary President Lori McCrae.
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Monday, April 26, 2010
caption: Heather Bodden of The Island at Newlands Sound presents to Rotary's Director of Fundraising, John Felder the deed to a piece of land that will be auctioned off at the May 21st CAMELOT at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman
photo: Melissa Wolfe, www.betterangle.com
Land to be Auctioned at Rotary's CAMELOT
April 26th, 2010 - The Rotary Club of Grand Cayman is pleased to announce that one of the big bid items at the upcoming Camelot Auction will be a prized piece of property located in Newlands. The development, called The Island at Newland Sound handed over the deed to the property recently to the Director of Fundraising, John Felder.
"Every year we have a few huge items that are up for offer during the live auction. Of course, there are many ways to bid on this piece of land.... you could attend the May 21st event, which is most fun, you can place a bid online at camelot.ky or you can send a representative to bid on your behalf", comments Mr. Felder.
In particular, Rotary would like to thank the Newlands development for working closely with the club to ensure the property gets sold the night of the event to one lucky bidder.
For more information about Camelot, for tickets or to donate items, please contact John Felder at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Rotary’s Adventures in Citizenship
Essay Contest Winner
GEORGE TOWN, GRAND CAYMAN, April 15, 2010 – The Rotary Club of Grand Cayman announced today the winner of their essay competition, entitled Adventures in Citizenship.
The competition, now in its fifth year, promotes the interest and understanding of local citizenship. The contest was open to all high school juniors in both public and private schools in the Cayman Islands. This year, entries were received from John Gray High School, Cayman Brac High School, Triple C High, Cayman Prep and St Ignatius.
All five finalists are invited to various government functions to learn and understand protocol and procedures, including lunch with HE, Governor Stuart Jack, CVO, a meeting with Secretary to the Cabinet, visit with the Chief Justice, tour of the Legislative Assembly by the Speaker.
The finalists for 2010 are:
Ashley Osbourne – St. Ignatius High School
Jovonnie Anglin – Cayman Brac
Jordana Ebanks – Triple C
Brandon Johnson – John Gray High School - Winner
Justin Hislop – Cayman Prep
Addressing the students, the Hon. Rolston Anglin stated, “Congratulations, you will indeed gain a perspective with which most of your peers are unfamiliar. I thus hope that you’ll readily share your impressions with them. I further hope that the desire to excel will continue to propel you forward…. I hope the lessons you’ll learn from this experience will be long remembered and that they’ll help to shape your future contributions to this country”
The overall grand prize winner is Brandon Johnson of John Gray High School. At that time, He was presented a laptop computer, which was sponsored by Royal Bank of Canada. All five finalists were given gifts sponsored by Massive Equipment. The Rotary Club would also like to thank sponsors CML Offshore, Westin Casaurina Resort and Cayman Airways for their support.
The Minister also acknowledged the Rotary Club and thanked them for “continuing to support this event year after year. In doing so you undoubtedly open the eyes of our youth to another side of their country and stir in them a new spirit o f national pride”.
For more information on the Adventures in Citizenship program, please contact Isy Obi at email@example.com
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
The CAMELOT auction gala includes a champagne welcoming reception on the elegant terrace of the Ritz-Carlton, followed by a three-course gourmet dinner with wine and the high energy entertainment of a professionally staged charity auction.
"Already we have a wide variety of items for attendees to chose from", comments Fundraising Director, John Felder. "Everyone will be able to go home with a new treasure from the auction".
Sponsorships and corporate tables for CAMELOT are limited. Interested companies or individuals should contact Sherry at firstname.lastname@example.org