Veterans get a treat at Motor Museum

 

 

Members of the Cayman Islands Veterans Association and guests will once again be treated to a night to remember next week. 

Andreas Ugland is hosting the association to visit the Cayman Islands Motor Museum on 18 April. This again will be a night to remember of good fellowship with a backdrop of classic cars of all descriptions. 

Last October, the Cayman Islands Veterans Association held its first formal dinner. This was an evening spent with members past and present of all uniformed services, and also those who had no experience of how a formal military mess night is done.  

The guest of honour was Mr. Ugland and his wife, Natalie. They enjoyed the evening and wished to reciprocate in some way, and at the same time pay tribute to those who have served in uniform. 

The association is already laying the ground work for this year’s event on 19 October. The theme will be “Recruit Training – Starting with the Basics”.  

Members look forward to seeing their friends who joined them last year and invite anyone in the Cayman Islands to join us for an informative evening mixed with a lot of military tradition and a few surprises. 

Taken from the Cayman Compass