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Symbols for Schoolers

Protocol Coordinator Meloney Syms discusses national symbol protocols. She is assisted by student Jasmine Powell.

High school students were reminded of the importance of the Cayman Islands' national symbols, during a series of recent presentations by the Protocol Office.

Protocol Coordinator Meloney Syms addressed four school assemblies at John Gray High and Clifton Hunter High last week. There, she spoke with students on the relevance, components and usage of the coat-of-arms, national song, flag and anthem.

"A sense of national patriotism must begin with individual pride!" added Ms. Syms. "The high school students were very receptive to the sessions, and expressed much appreciation of our unique song and flag."

The interactive discussions included demonstrations of flag etiquette as well as PowerPoint presentations.

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For further information contact: Lennon Christian




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