Brother Dean Evans was elected as the new President of ASi-Cayman at a joint meeting held at the Kings Seventh Day Adventist Church on September 15, 2012. Joining him is the new team, comprising Sis Annie K Pryce as Vice-President, Patricia Mendez , as Public Relations Officer, Marius Gaina as Projects Officer and Elder Ernesto Gallego as Evangelism Co-ordinator. The post of Secretary and Treasurer were not filled at that time as these will be appointed by the Conference Executive Committee. Continue reading
Miss Elaine’s Restaurant, located at 117 School House Road, in the heart of George Town has now added a complete vagetarian menu to its daily offer. Customers can order various dishes including Veggie Peppersteak, Veggie curry goat, Veggie scallop, sweat & sour Veggie chunks, Veggie mince & beans, Veggie stew beef, dinner roast, stir fry with Veggie chicken strip, vegie meat loaf, escovish vege fish, barbecue Veggie burger, Veggie stew peas,vege frank & beans, and a Veggie combo.
A wide range of delicious and nutitious soups are also avilable , including 16 bean soup, vegetable soup, pepperpot soup, peanut & gungo soup, and split peas soup.
The range of natural juices are also available.
Store hours are Monday to Friday 7am to 5pm. Both take-out and dine-in service is available.
For further information call Miss Elaine 547-7180 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nine persons from ASi-Cayman attended the annual ASi-Interamerica Division Convention held at the Hotel Soleil in Antigua Guatemala from August 15th to 18th, 2012. The group comprised of Ina Ramos, Annie K. Pryce, Gay Smith, Nancy Frederick, McDorn Frederick, Deborah Gallego, Lambert Gallego, Dean Evans and Rohan Riley. This was the largest contingent to a regional convention in recent years. Continue reading
Following on an invitation from the Church of God Seventh-day, located at Elgin Avenue in George Town, the members of the Maranatha Seventh-day Adventist Church took their Revelation Seminar to that church on Sabbath afternoon, August 6th, 2011. The presentation was made by the first elder of the Maranatha Church and the covered the topic, “Revelation Reveals God’s True Church”. Continue reading
The crusade began on July 24, 2011 with a grand hit. It started off at 4:30pm with the Pathfinder’s marching to launch the crusade. It was an exciting event to see the young people decked out in full uniform as they represented God with pride and integrity; many individuals young and old participated, catching the attention of the locals with their wonderful marching and musical talents. The march led straight into the beginning of the crusade, bringing with them many visitors and members. A total of 56 visitors being formally registered and while others were not formally registered we estimated that the average amount of visitors at about 60- 65 visitors. Continue reading
It was standing room only at the Maranatha Seventh-day Adventist Church for the hosting of the Special ASI Day Service. ASI members from all over the island came out to mark this annual event which is commemorated in each of the countries of the Inter-America Division of Seventh-day Adventist. Continue reading
After listening to a message entitled “Let’s Have A Party”, over one hundred and fifty (150) ASI members and friends gathered for an afternoon of food, fellowship and good old gospel music at the home of the ASI president. Speacial guests included, Pastor Eric D. Clarke, President of the Cayman Islands Conference, and his wife Patrice, Dr. Harvey from the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority and Mr Dean Evans, Deputy Director of ADRA and his family, as well as Pamela Mendez , Attorney-at-Law, among others. Continue reading
Pastor Eric D Clarke, President Cayman Islands Conference, breathlessly crossed the finish line as he participated in the ASI Second Anniversary 5K. The run/walk which started at the Conference office, took a route down Walkers Road , through South Sound and back. The mood was happy and jovial as members laughed exchanged memories of the various experiences had over these past two years. Many boasted significant health benefits, weight loss, and an heightened sense of fellowship and spiritual upliftment from the two years of this program. Continue reading
Eight year old Roshe’, from Cayman Academy, had no idea that her school project would have been so exciting when she told her parents that the teacher wanted her to choose a job that she would like to do in the future and learn all about it. When she told her parents that she would really like to do their job when she grew up, they decided to take the project a step further and actually let her do the job for a day. Continue reading