The Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists supported two Cayman Academy students, and one academy graduate, by providing work experiences for them this past summer.
The two current students are Raget Ricketts and Devonte Dracket, and the graduate is Liran Blake. The young men were punctual, willing, and enthusiastic in their work each day. Liran worked in communications, Devonte worked in accounting, and Raget worked in the Adventist Book and Nutritional Centre.
“The conference office was blessed to be able to support the Adventist educational system and philosophy, by demonstrating to the young men a Christian work environment that supports the mental, physical, social and spiritual health of individuals,” Conference President Pastor Reinaldo Dracket said.