(CMR) The RCIPS Community Policing Unit (CPU) hosted a Movie Night and Toy Drive at the West Bay Heritage Field last Friday, October 27.
This was a collaboration between the CPU and the Department of Children and Family Services, and is one of the RCIPS outreach programs to bring families in the community together. About 60 adults and children attended the event and enjoyed the experience of watching a movie under the stars.
The following day, Saturday, 28 October, the CPU hosted a Seniors Luncheon held in honor of the West Bay seniors at the John Gray Memorial Church Hall in West Bay.
This event was a collaboration between CPU and Cayman Kind Action Committee and was part of the celebration of Older Persons Month under the theme “Aging your way”. The event was well supported, with 63 in attendance.
The seniors were impressed by the festivities and thanked the organizers for their efforts.
The RCIPS CPU team expressed their gratitude to those who assisted in making these events possible. Special thanks was extended to the Department of Children and Family Services and the Cayman Kind Action Committee for partnering with us in their respective events.
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