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L-r (front row): Brenda Dawkins, Renee Ebanks, Miles Ruby, (middle row) Alice Wilson-Raymant, Charmaine Miller, Julianne Fewless, (back row) Jessica Smith and Norrea Persson

Published 23rd February 2018, 7:27pm

Family Resource Centre staff #PressforProgress to highlight Honouring Women's Month and International Women's Day in March. L-r (front row): Brenda Dawkins, Renee Ebanks, Miles Ruby, (middle row) Alice Wilson-Raymant, Charmaine Miller, Julianne Fewless, (back row) Jessica Smith and Norrea Persson.

Minister Hon. Joey Hew (centre) leads the team at the DVES redevelopment groundbreaking.

Minister Hon. Joey Hew led at the groundbreaking for long awaited redevelopment of the 44-year-old Department of Vehicle and Equipment Services Facility. Left to right: Project Manager from PWD, Mr. Alan Robinson; DVES oldest employee of 44 years, Mr. Ernest Ebanks; Deputy Director, Mr. Stephen Quinland; Ministry Chief Officer, Mr. Alan Jones; DVES Director Mr. Richard Simms; Minister Hon. Hew; Councillor and MLA, Mr. David Wight; Edgewater's Ms Debbie Bergstrom; PWD Director, Mr. Max Jones; Senior Project Manager from PWD, Ms Niasha Brady and Project Management Team Member, Mr. Jerome Wilson

National Arts and Culture Committee Members with Minister for Culture, Hon. Dwayne Seymour (fourth from right)

On Monday 19 February 2018, the winners of the 24th annual National Arts and Culture Awards were announced. Fifteen individuals and one company are to be honoured for their significant contribution to the arts and culture of the Cayman Islands. The winners will receive their award at a ceremony at the Harquail Theatre on Thursday 22 February 2018. National Arts and Culture Committee Members with Minister for Culture, Hon. Dwayne Seymour (fourth from right)