In the spirit of Movember, students of Clifton Hunter started their day by raising awareness about prostate cancer.
The whole student body walked around the campus this morning to show their support for Movember, organized by members from Clifton Hunters Key Club.
The school body raised $250 to go to the Cayman Islands Cancer Society.
” ‘Cause, males in today’s society feel embarrassed checking their prostate, but since they know that they should check their prostate cause it might cause cancer and other illnesses, it’s good thing they know about it now,” said Keanu Oliver, member of the Key Club.
“Seeing the student body was very heart warming, I was excited to see everyone out there participating, everyone walking around school, like you know, we united because of this event,” said Brianna Bodden, Key Club Vice President
The Key Club is a community service club run throughout the various high-schools in the Cayman Islands