The Council for the Order of the Cayman Islands invites the public to nominate persons who have made exemplary contributions to life in the Cayman Islands for membership in the society of Honour known as the Order of the Cayman Islands. The Council also reminds the public that the nomination period closes on Friday, 27th November.
Caymanians and Permanent Residents are eligible to be appointed as Ordinary members. Persons other than Caymanians or permanent residents are eligible to be appointed as Honorary members. Any person or organisation may submit a nomination.
“We know there are many out there who have inspired and uplifted us through exemplary contributions. This is an opportunity for the community to tell us who these individuals are and to have their contributions honoured. We are looking forward to receiving more nominations before the nomination period closes next week,” said Premier Hon Alden McLaughlin - Chancellor and Principal Companion of the Order.
Admission to the Order is one of the highest national honours and awards in the Cayman Islands. It is reserved for those amongst us who have demonstrated an outstanding level of talent, un-paralleled devotion to service or other exceptional contributions.
The first investiture ceremony for the relaunched Order of the Cayman Islands will take place during National Heroes Day in January 2021.
All forms must be fully completed in order to be considered.
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