Despite lows no snow for Santa’s landing

| 04/12/2008

(CNS): Although recent malfunctions with the local temperature gages suggested that the Cayman Islands had enjoyed an overnight low recently of 41degrees Fahrenheit , the weather forecasters at the Cayman Islands Airport Authority (CIAA) said they were not expecting any snow this weekend when Santa Claus makes his annual landing on Saturday 6 December at the Airport Park. 

 

The traditional Kiwanis event, which starts at 2:00 pm, has been sponsored by Caribbean Utilities Company Ltd. for the past 21 years and, as is customary, Santa and his helpers will be handing out gifts and treats to the children. Bouncing castles, face painting and photo opportunities with Sparky will all be part of the afternoon’s activities.

 “CUC is pleased to continue its support of the Santa Claus Landing and recognises the joy and excitement this event brings to the many children who attend,” said Manager of Corporate Communications Pat Bynoe-Clarke. “This event is a major highlight of our Community Involvement calendar and our employees are happy to volunteer their time and talent to ensure its success.”  

The annual Santa’s Landing is coordinated by the Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman and supported by other local businesses. CUC and the Kiwanis Club encourage parents to bring their children out between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm to meet Santa Claus and have some fun, but no need to bring gloves.

 

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