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Tracy and Adlin holding the Blue Dragon Posters
 Blue Dragon Posters - Blue Iguana preservation
Created to help preserve the Blue Iguanas

We, the John Gray Recyclers pledge our support to the Baby Blue Iguana Sponsorship programme. We believe that the preservation of Cayman's precious heritage is of utmost importance and that we must take action now in order to save the Blue Iguana from extinction.

Year 11 John Gray Recyclers, Melissa and Nikita
Year 11 John Gray Recyclers help Blue Iguanas
pledge their support to protect the Blue Iguanas from extinction
Twenty John Gray Recyclers gave up their lunch break to listen and watch a powerpoint presentation about the Blue Dragon programme and how they could sponsor the Baby Blue Iguanas.
 
Year 11 John Gray Recyclers had already seen this wonderful presentation when Mrs Leslie Bigelman came to tell them all about the Blue Dragon programme two weeks before.  They made a pledge to Dr Mat Cottam, Project Manager at the National Trust to protect the Grand Cayman Blue Iguana from extinction, and then presented him with CI$750.00 towards the sponsorship of "Quincy".  They were told that this would keep Quincy for one year; providing him/her with all the things a young iguana would need.
 
Nikita explained that the Recyclers had decided to call their Baby Blue Quincy because it was the Cayman Islands' Quincentennial Year.
 

Dr Mat Cottam talking about the Blue Dragon
 Dr Mat Cottam giving his Powerpoint Presentation
Programme during his Powerpoint Presentation

Melissa presents Dr Mat Cottam with the cheque
 Melissa presents Dr Mat Cottam with a cheque
for CI$750.00 on behalf of the John Gray Recyclers
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Spell-bound audience listen and watch
 Spell-bound audience listen and watch Dr Cottam
Dr Mat Cottam give his presentation
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John Gray Recyclers talk to Dr Mat Cottam
 John Gray Recyclers talk to Dr Mat Cottam
excitedly after his wonderful presentation.

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