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We packed a 20 foot container with furniture for donation the the Rotary Brac to help with their community service and fundraising endeavours. Donated items were:
1. Marble top dressers: 4
2. Black dining chairs: 32
3. White arm dining chairs: 10
4. Wicker patio chairs w/pineapple cushions: 5
5. Round table: 6
6. 50” rectangle table/desk with glass tops: 10
7. 55” rectangle table/desk with glass tops: 4
8. White lamps w/ rectangle shades: 24
9. Teal lamps w/ round shades: 14
10. Luggage rack: 8
11. Green mirrors: 12
12. Baby car seat: 1

Special thank yous are extended to The Phoenix Group (Phoenix Construction), The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa and for Thompson Shipping Co.; Ltd. for arranging and shipping the container.

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Come out on Thursday, August 10 for 7pm at the Office Lounge in George Town for some fun karaoke tunes with fellow Rotarians. A great way to socialize, connect and strengthen our Rotary relationships. Plus we need to have some fun with all the community service, fundraising and volunteer work we have been doing for the past while. Tell your friends and come out with us for an evening that is sure to have lasting memories.

To date, $30,000 of the $50,000 goal has been reached.

Veteran marathon competitor Rotarian Derek Haines will be running three races and climbing two volcanoes this year to benefit the Central Caribbean Marine Institute.The 68-year-old has the backing of the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman in his efforts to raise $50,000 for the marine institute. Money will go toward a CCMI pilot project, Reefs Go Live, which provides real-time footage of coral reef activity to teach children about the ocean. The CCMI virtual classroom uses high-tech face masks and streaming equipment to broadcast live lessons from locations in Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac. Mr. Haines’ first marathon will be April 30 at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, considered one of the most challenging marathons in the world. In June, he will travel south of Antigua, Guatemala, to climb the volcanoes Agua, reaching 12,336 feet, and Acatenango, reaching 13,044 feet. He will then run marathons in San Francisco on July 23 and in Cayman on Dec. 3.

Rotary Grand Cayman launched the startup of this new community based youth club called Interact Club of Grand Cayman back in October 2016. This club is geared to youth age 14 to 18 who wants to make a positive contribution in their community, develop leadership skills, make new friends and have fun with a club they run themselves. The club is mentored by Rotarians and Rotaractors and club members meet twice per month for meetings and have one social event per month. If you would like more information about this Interact club visit or their Facebook page
Next key dates are:
Saturday, August 12 Club Meeting 10am - 11:30am (venue ALT Conference Room)
Saturday, August 26 Club Meeting 10am - 11:30am (venue ALT Conference Room)

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