There is a new service club in Cayman, created by another service club in Cayman.
The new one brings high schoolers from across the island under one roof to help their communities.
The interact club of Grand Cayman officially started in mid-october and has over 40 members aged 14 to 18 in different schools.
Formed by rotary, the group will have different service projects, ranging from beach clean-ups to playing cards with the elderly.
And through these extra-curricular activities, leadership skills will be developed and members will have tasks that keep them on the right path.
“We’re looking to grow their leadership skills, they have so much potential and at this age they have so many great ideas, that, if not tapped into, you won’t necessarily know what they could do, so we are giving them the opportunity to organize their own projects, lead their own club,” said Gina McBryan, Interact Lead Advisor.
“I try to surround myself with people who want to do the right things , that’s the reason I like joining these clubs, because when you join these clubs you find people who are willing to help the environment just like you are,” said Interact Member Samuel Stewart.
For more information about the Interact club.