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Pink for a Cause

Sporting pink are (4th from left) Chief Immigration Officer Linda Evans, and some Immigration officers and administrative staff.

Published 21st October 2011, 11:14am

The women and men employed in the Department of Immigration continued their traditional support of breast cancer awareness today (Friday, 21 October), by going 'pink' as part of the widespread dress-down campaign.

Of the 160 Immigration officers and administrative staff, most are female. As they have in previous years, staff members wore shirts, ribbons, pins and accessories to symbolise their support of the initiative and the many women affected.

In so doing, they also raised funds towards the Cayman Islands Cancer Society's preventative education campaign.

Chief Immigration Officer Linda Evans applauded her staff on their continued sensitivity to the issue and encouraged them to share the education message within their families and communities.