The International Federation of Psoriasis Associations proudly presents the theme for World Psoriasis Day 2016:...
The International Federation of Psoriasis Associations proudly presents the theme for World Psoriasis Day 2016: "BREAKING BARRIERS FOR PEOPLE WITH PSORIASIS". The theme's core messages are Fight - Raise - Gain.
CAYMAN ZUMBATHON STARTS TOMORROW!!School of Fitness & Team Nolan has teamed up once again to present ZUMBATHON.To...
CAYMAN ZUMBATHON STARTS TOMORROW!!School of Fitness & Team Nolan has teamed up once again to present ZUMBATHON.To our beautiful Cayman community please note that this fun filled event is tomorrow and we would like to have as many people as possible participate and donate. From the comfort of your own home, sign up and have your whole family join in. Listen to the sounds of Reggaeton, Soca, Salsa and Meringue. You’ll have amazing fun as you burn loads of Calories and lose weight all at the same time.
Date: Saturday June 27th 2020T
ime: 4:00 -5:00 pm
Zoom Live with Zumba Instructor Melissa @School of Fitness
Make every move count ❤️?????? Show the love and feel the beat ?
Donate to The Cayman Heart Fund through Cayman National Bank (KYD acc#012-29628 USD acc# 022-25930 Ref: Zumbathon for Little Hearts ?
This is a fun, family event in loving memory of heart angel baby Nolan Evans and to support our future kids of the Cayman Islands. Your contribution will be long lasting in our efforts to fund the support of local families with CHD babies. Your support would truly be an investment in our community!
For registration please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
☎️ 936-1717 or 929-0776 #teamnolanevans#caymanheartfund #caymanislands #supportlocal #chdawareness #chdangel #caymanzumba #zumbacayman #caymanfitness #caymankind #caymankids #caymanfamily #schooloffitness #schooloffitness345crossfit www.schooloffitnesscayman.com
In her TEDxSaintThomas talk entitled "Can adventure change how we talk about rape?", Claire will reveal the power...
In her TEDxSaintThomas talk entitled "Can adventure change how we talk about rape?", Claire will reveal the power that stories hold in breaking silence and opening the path to healing, how it is possible to not only survive but thrive in the face of adversity, and that by running beaches around the world, she will unite communities and change how we talk about rape forever. Claire McFarlane is a South-African born Australian and founder of Footsteps To Inspire. She is currently on a mission to run over 3000 kilometres of beach across 184 countries to support survivors of sexual violence. It is a world first, both as an expedition and social cause. Claire knows how hard it is to be a survivor because she is one. Through peaceful outreach and sharing her own personal story, Claire is fast becoming a voice of hope and inspiration to many. She will be running in Grand Cayman on Saturday 8th February 2020.
World Cancer Day every 4 February is the global uniting initiative led by the Union for International Cancer Control...
World Cancer Day every 4 February is the global uniting initiative led by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC). By raising worldwide awareness, improving education and catalysing personal, collective and government action, we're working together to reimagine a world where millions of preventable cancer deaths are saved and access to life-saving cancer treatment and care is equal for all - no matter who you are or where you live.
Join us on 4 February and speak out and stand up for a cancer-free world. Because, progress is possible. It's not inevitable.
This World AIDS Day we've made a dance video where groups across the UK show you how to #RocktheRibbon Together. And...
This World AIDS Day we've made a dance video where groups across the UK show you how to #RocktheRibbon Together. And it's set to the cool 1980s sound of A Little Respect by Erasure.
The Rock the Ribbon Together campaign urges people to stand in solidarity with people living with HIV, raise awareness and donations, challenge stigma, and end loneliness and isolation.
The Rock the Ribbon Together video uses Erasure’s song A Little Respect. It features members of Gay Men’s Dance Company and Queer Tango London dancing together using red ribbons – the global symbol of HIV awareness – to show they are standing together with people living with HIV.
The video and campaign builds on NAT’s World AIDS Day 2018 Rock the Ribbon video narrated by Stephen Fry and featuring a solo dance by Sherrie Silver, who choreographed Childish Gambino’s Grammy-winning hit This Is America.
The Cayman Islands Fencing Federation was recently recognised by the Cayman Islands Olympic Committee as the...
The Cayman Islands Fencing Federation was recently recognised by the Cayman Islands Olympic Committee as the official governing body for the sport locally, and it’s undertaking a grass roots instructional campaign in the hope of sending a competitor to the Summer Olympics in 2024.
Logan Ryan Golema, the chairman of the Cayman Islands Fencing Federation, has spent half his life in the sport and believes it’s a great path to instilling honour, integrity and solidarity. Golema fenced at the college level, and he loves the idea of introducing the sport he loves to his new home.
“I saw the opportunity to bring a new sport to the island because fencing hasn’t been here as an Olympic sport before,” he said. “It’s something new to do. Something exciting. When I tell people we’re fencing in the Cayman Islands, they’re like, ‘Wow, I didn’t know that was happening here.’”
The federation is still in its first month as a full-time pursuit, and it has begun reaching out to many of the local schools in the hope of finding students looking for a brand new activity. Golema said he has held free demonstrations and trial lessons, and he hopes to visit Cayman Prep in October.
Good Afternoon! It's 12:55pm here in the Cayman Islands, on Saturday 15th August.
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