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Monthly Archives: April 2006

Hard Worker Winston now Rests in Peace

This is sad news following our blog about the value of older workers on March 24th – ‘Age is Just a Number’. Arthur Winston, the Los Angeles Transit Worker who celebrated his 99th birthday at work on March 22nd 2005 – less than a month after retiring on his 100th birthday, died in his sleep [...]

Good Cause for a New Page

The Reef Resort website now has a page dedicated to some of the conservation efforts that we support. The information here will be frequently updated as and when we become aware of new projects that we can help with and that you can get involved in during your vacation. Visit our brand new conservation page [...]

The Captain’s Back Log

There’s been a boat full of activity going on with Ecoventures who’ve been so busy lately they’ve hardly had time to report back to the beach-hut with their latest news…. much as they look like they’re relaxing in this photo – it’s all an act so that you won’t feel guilty!! HOWEVER, Rebecca of Ecoventures [...]

Drum Roll Please…

… Fosters Food Fair is NOW OPEN. This comes as great news to the districts of East End and North Side. After many months of anticipation, Fosters Food Fair (across the street from us) will be officially opening their doors today, April 21, 2006. Now our guests, as well as us locals, will be able [...]

The Legacy of a Great Man

Norberg K Thompson, OBE The Staff of The Reef Resort regret to announce that Founder of our resort, Norberg K. Thompson, OBE, died last Thursday morning. He was 81. Local newspapers have been paying tribute to Mr Thompson who has been a prominent and well-known member of Cayman’s business community. The Cayman Net News described [...]

Sports Day

Just keeping you in touch with what is going on in the community. Over the past month the different primary schools have been having their “sports day”. Many parents take off an hour or two, or even the full day, to go watch their child “compete” within their school. Granted, everyone sees it more as [...]