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NCU alumni association formally inaugurated

The Northern Caribbean University (NCU) Alumni Association Cayman Chapter was formally inaugurated on 12 September, with 50 members inducted at the ceremony. NCU, located in Mandeville, Jamaica, is a liberal arts university owned jointly by the Adventist churches in Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, The Bahamas, and The Turks and Caicos Islands.

New members inducted into the NCU Cayman Alumni Chapter on Saturday, 12 September.

New members inducted into the NCU Cayman Alumni Chapter on Saturday, 12 September.

NCU Cayman Alumni Association President Patricia Ebanks pins new member, President of the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Pastor Shian O'Connor.

NCU Cayman Alumni Association President Patricia Ebanks pins new member, President of the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Pastor Shian O’Connor.

At the gathering, two alumni were honoured for their commitment to service in the Cayman Islands. Shirlene Henriques is a former Grand Cayman nursing administrator, and Georgia Isaacs is a nurse on Cayman Brac. The NCU offers many majors, but their nursing programme is regarded as among the best regionally. Many nurses working in health care facilities in Cayman were trained at NCU.

In her speech, Patricia Ebanks, President of the Cayman Chapter touched upon challenges that inspire. “These and other insights are what have called us to take this step today. As we do so, our path is lit with the vision of advancing our society forward and upward, socially, culturally, spiritually and educationally.

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