Taste of Cayman announces Meals on Wheels as official charity for 2018 festival

Taste of Cayman Food and Drink Festival has announced that Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels has been selected as the official charity of the 30th anniversary festival, which is taking place Saturday, 27 January 2018 at the Festival Green, Camana Bay. Every year, Taste of Cayman supports the local community through a charity raffle. Funds

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Reminding Cayman’s men to just #MENtionit

With Movember in full swing, health experts at Cleveland Clinic Florida are reminding the men of the Cayman Community that they should not wait until health concerns become serious to mention them. The ‘Just #MENtionit’ campaign was started by Cleveland Clinic in order to help encourage men to start speaking up and discussing their health

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CITA celebrates 30 years of Taste of Cayman Food and Drink Festival

Early Bird tickets are now available online for Taste of Cayman Food and Drink Festival 2018 as the event celebrates its 30th anniversary. The Cayman Islands’ biggest food festival will take place on Saturday, January 27th at the Festival Green, Camana Bay from 5pm until 11.45pm, featuring offerings from Cayman’s top restaurants and liquor vendors, as well

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Rotary Clubs of Grand Cayman join forces to launch Share the Road campaign

The Rotary Clubs of Grand Cayman have come together to launch a national road safety campaign entitled ‘Share the Road,’ aimed at encouraging road users to have respect for one another while on Cayman’s roads. “All three clubs recognised the national importance of this campaign, and have therefore combined forces to ensure that its messaging

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Local author donates $3500 to Family Resource Centre’s anti-bullying campaign

Local author Paul Schreiner’s children’s book ‘Rudolf discovers the Cayman Islands’ was on sale over the holiday season for the second year and again supported the Family Resource Centre’s anti-bullying campaign. This time around, sales of the book raised $3500 for the campaign, which aims to educate the public on the harmful effects of bullying

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