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Royal Palms Beach Club
537 West Bay Road
Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman  KY1-1202
Cayman Islands
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We spent our Saturday going into the woods...but not the way you'd think! 
 
We teamed up with our friends at Cayman Drama Society for a Saturday Service of set painting for their upcoming production of Into the Woods. 
 
 
 
We got to have a sneak preview of this exciting new musical, and painted some pretty amazing leaves if we do say so ourselves.
 
It was a great service that allowed us to channel our creativity. We can't wait for the actual performance!
 
 
 
On August 9th, Rotaract Blue held our annual Put Your Best Foot Forward dress down day.
 


Each year, our club works with the Department of Children & Family Services (DCFS) on this project; DCFS provides our Community Service Director with a list of shoes & sizes that are needed so we can determine our fundraising goal. Normally this list includes around 20 – 30 pairs of shoes for children in need. Alarmingly, this year the list from DCFS listed 90 children across Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac.
 
  
Thank you to our corporate and individual sponsors!

HE The Governor of the Cayman Islands Martyn Roper OBE
Dart
Maxine and Maureen Bodden
Maples Group
Island Electronics Security & Monitoring Ltd.
Jacques Scott Wines & Spirits
NCB Group Cayman
KPMG Cayman Islands
Balboa Management
CUC Cayman
Workforce Opportunities & Residency Cayman - WORC
CML Recruitment
Nova Recruitment
SteppingStones Recruitment
Saxon
Interact Club of Grand Cayman
Mark and Gina McBryan
Simon Ecclefield
EY Cayman Islands
Cayman Crosstalk
Cayman 27
Property Cayman
CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank
 Bella's Beauty and Barber Studio.

A special thanks to all who participated.
Every penny truly counted and we are so grateful to you all.
 
Our Put Your Best Foot Forward committee began reaching out to members of Cayman’s corporate community to solicit participation in this year’s dress down day. To provide shoes for all 90 of these children, our fundraising goal was CI$5,000.

We are absolutely delighted to share that we raised over CI$10,000 this year, doubling our fundraising goal!

With this money, we were able to purchase and deliver 90 pairs of school shoes to the Dept of Children & Family Services to distribute to their clients. Both the DCFS social workers and their clients have been overjoyed by the generosity this initiative and the corporate community has showed them.
 
The surplus funds raised will be allocated towards the August 2020 Put Your Best Foot Forward initiative for the purchase of school shoes, or earlier, pending the need determined by DCFS.
This meeting was themed in honor of Membership Month! 
 


Rotary District 7020 Alumni Chair, IPP of Rotary Sunrise and PP of Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman – Mr. Matthew Seales did an interactive presentation on Membership, Retention and Engagement while also discussing what has kept Rotaract Blue a thriving club for over 12 years!
 
 


Rotarian Brendan gave us his personal rota-story in an insightful and inspirational rota-minute and Prospective Tobi won a ticket to Vivid! Vivid is our all-white party happening 31 August 2019 at Barolo Lounge!
 


It was an eventful meeting as always.
The Under 30 Club is back and better than ever! 
 
 
In honor of membership month, Rotaract Blue joined forced with our sibling club the Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman for our annual membership drive happy hour! 
 
Our friends at KARoo Cayman kindly hosted us and made sure we were well taken care of.
 
 
Those who attended had the chance to mix, mingle and find it more about Rotaract in the Cayman Islands and how to get involved!

Did you know that becoming a Rotaractor allows you to connect with like-minded individuals between the ages of 18-30, exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through community service?
 
 
Contact us today to find out more!
On the 5th Wednesday of every month Rotaract Blue meet for a Mystery Meeting! 
 
Club Service Director Takiyah asked us to meet at Tortuga Rum Factory as our meeting point and to wear comfortable shoes. A lot of people were expecting a rum tasting of sorts but were excited to find out that we were going to play laser tag. 
 
 
Rotaract Blue love to enjoy friendly competition, here' looking at you Brian!, so we laced up our sneakers and got ready to rumble for one of the most fun mystery meetings to date.
 
 
PP Lori of the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman was ready for action!
 
It was good to blow off some steam with members, prospectives and guests. We even made plans for a return visit with Rotary Club of Grand Cayman! Keep your eyes peeled for that upcoming fellowship.