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In honor of Vocational Services Month, the Blue Crew were joined by Mr. Wayne Jackson - Director, School of Hospitality Studies at the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI).

He discussed Vocational Services in the Cayman Islands and the efforts made by UCCI to provide the Cayman Islands with quality Vocational Education to support these vital industries.

We were honored to present Mr. Jackson with a cheque for CI$2,000 to sponsor two local students in their pursuit of Vocational Studies at UCCI. 

These funds were raised via Rotaract Blue's Fred Speir's Vocational Grant. This is our annual initiative in honor of the late Rotarian Fred Speirs.

The Annual Fred Speirs Walk/Run will take place on 24 March 2019. This event is the main source of fundraising for our Fred Speirs Vocational Grant.

If you are interested in helping with this event, please contact Professional Development Director Brian at
Special Olympic Cayman Islands athletes and directors accept donation from Rotaract Blue.
Rotaract Blue Cayman Islands, recently donated just under US $30,000 to five Special Needs Organisations in the Cayman Islands.
These funds were raised via the Open Arms Gala, an event held annually in May. The Gala celebrates and honors members of the Cayman Islands Special Needs Community and their family members, persons normally not recognized for their efforts and contributions.
The donations were distributed between: Special Needs Foundation Cayman, The Lighthouse School, Sunrise Adult Training Centre, Maple House and Special Olympics Cayman Islands.

Prospective Jessica presenting a cheque to Maple House.

IPP Susie of Rotary Central receiving donation, on behalf of the Special Needs Foundation.

President Rene presenting a cheque to Dr. Aidan Tumilty, Lighthouse School.

President Rene presenting a cheque to Sunrise Adult Training Centre.

The funds will be used for the various organisations dedicated efforts such as: rebuilding playground equipment at the Lighthouse school, moving residents into the new Maple House and assisting with various costs for the Special Olympics World Games.
Special Needs is a pillar platform of Rotaract Blue, and we are proud to continue to support this community in whatever way we can.

The 2019 Open Arms Gala will take place on Saturday, May 25th at Ristorante Pappagallo.

The Blue Crew are back for the second half of the Rota-Year and we are ready! 

Members, Prospectives, Rota-fam and Guests had a fun-filled meeting. The icebreaker was lead by PR Chair Alanna who lead a game of 20 Questions...but not really? (If you know you know!)

We were taught S.M.A.R.T Goals by Professional Development Director Brian, and we set our goals for: Work, Personal and Rotaract. It was the best way to start the coming year!

What are your goals for 2019?

Here is our Rota-half year in review!

It has been a blast and we are proud of all that we’ve accomplished. From beach cleanups, park restorations and of course all being able to give back to the Special Needs community in the Cayman Islands through our Open Arms Program.

We can’t wait to see what a bluetastic year 2019 will be! 💙

Click read more to see the full infogram of our accomplishments.

DRR Leah Lowe came to town!
The Blue Crew had a jam packed week of joint events with our sister club, the Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman (Lil RCGC).
Before kicking off our schedule of events, we joined the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman for their lunchtime meeting. DRR Leah received a Rotaract royalty welcome.
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