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National Museum Tour

Governor Jack pushes a button to activate a presentation on the devastating 1932 storm.

"I would encourage everybody to visit the museum. It's packed with information about the Cayman Islands that is presented in a really exciting way," His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Stuart Jack, CVO, commented.

Following a tour of the National Museum on Friday, 13 November, Mr. Jack lauded the staff and board for "doing a wonderful job" of preserving the historical building as well as depicting Cayman's history through modern exhibits. "And for kids, there are lots of interactive displays with buttons to push," he added.

(From L): Museum Education Coordinator Nasaria Suckoo; Governor's Office Head Steve Moore; Museum Acting Director Doss Solomon; Governor's Social Secretary Jacqueline Hennings; Mrs. Mariko Jack and His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Stuart Jack, CVO, learn about the history of the three islands during an audio-visual presentation in the museum theatre.

The Governor was accompanied by his wife, Mrs. Mariko Jack; head of the Governor's office, Mr. Steve Moore; Social Secretary, Mrs. Jacqueline Hennings and RCIPS Auxiliary Officer, Mr. Lawrence Wood.

Work in progress: Ms Nasaria Suckoo updates the Governor about restoration work to Cayman's early jail, which features graffiti by long-dead prisoner(s).

Escorting them through the exhibits and providing commentary were Museum Acting Director Mr. Doss Solomon, Exhibitions Manager Mr. Wray Banker and Education Coordinator Ms. Nasaria Suckoo.


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