Thursday 16th February, 2006 Posted: 14:40 CIT (19:40
Butterfield Bank (Cayman) Limited recently presented a cheque for $1,000 to John Gray High School’s
recycling club, the John Gray Recyclers. The donation was given as part of the Bank’s ongoing commitment to the community,
said a company press release.
Butterfield Banks Monique Bush presents
$1,000 to John Gray Recyclers Kamala Murugesu, top left, and other club members. Photo: Submitted
“Butterfield Bank is pleased to be able to aid the Recyclers with the important work that they
are doing in Cayman,” noted Marketing Manager Karin Frewin.
“We are actively working to identify needs in the community and our donation is just one of the
ways in which we are helping to take an active part in improving the environment of the Islands.”
Receiving the cheque Kamala Murugesu commented, “The John Gray High School Recyclers are extremely
grateful to Butterfield Bank for their sponsorship. The funds will be used to help preserve the natural heritage of the Cayman
Islands under our Seacology Agape Park Project. With this project our aim is to have a park enriched with trees and plants
unique to our islands.”
The John Gray Recyclers work to preserve the environment of the Cayman Islands as well as around the
For further information about the John Gray High School Recyclers contact Coordinator Mrs. Christine
Whitehead at 949–9444, email email@example.com.