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Every other Wednesday at 6PM
Royal Palms Beach Club
537 West Bay Road
Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman  KY1-1202
Cayman Islands
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We are so proud to share that we have made a US $500 contribution to the Rotary International End Polio Fund.
 
This Donation will become US $1500 through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation who generously donate $2 for every $1 donated towards the eradication of Polio.
 
The Blue Crew were joined by Members, Prospectives and other Rota-Fam to celebrate Rotary Strides in eradication for World Polio Day.
 
 

Rotaractors from Blue and Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman (Lil' RCGC) joined forces in the Amazing Haunted Race! 

A two-hour scavenger hunt around Camana Bay, hosted by Professional Development Director Brian, the ‘race’ encouraged teamwork and collaboration between the two clubs. 

There were many spooky challenges, trick or treat bags and plenty of fake blood!

From our clubs to yours, we are wishing you a spooky, teamwork filled Halloween and Holiday season.

Read on for more pictures! devil

In recognition of #WorldMentalHeathDay, we were visited by the Alex Panton Foundation to speak to us regarding mental health. 
 
Created in memory of the late Alex Panton, the foundation strives to be a resource for children and young adults in the local and greater community, who may be suffering from Mental Health Disorders or need extra support through difficult situations.
 
Read on for the full recap.
 
Members of the blue crew spent their Saturday Morning at The Pines Retirement Home.
 
Games were played and feelings were hurt in rounds of dominoes. Hint: it was the feelings of young adults. Yes, we were given multiple 6 loves because they are clearly masters. We will not talk about Rummy as it appears we are no good at that either.
 
We also sang worship songs - so uplifting. 

Thank you for having us and we can’t wait to return!
 
Read on for more pictures of us getting owned in the games.
 

Blue celebrated International Coastal Cleanup Day (a little late, blame Hurricane Season!) with a Beach Cleanup at Barkers National Park in West Bay.

Also... Welcome Back Secretary Lou-Anne, we've missed you!

(L:R - Secretary Lou-Anne, IPP Francesca, Treasurer Brandon, VP Dona. Not Pictured: Professional Development Director Brian - he's the photographer)