Georgetown

July 2003

Construction of a youth center in exchange for the creation of a 7-acre park

Due to a high rate of development, Georgetown, the capital city of the Cayman Islands, lacks sufficient urban parkland. At the same time, there is also a lack of facilities for the city’s growing teenage population. Seacology is supporting the construction of the youth center in exchange for the establishment of a seven-acre park in Georgetown.

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Project Updates
June 2006
Chairman Paul Cox visited this project in December 2005. The center and park sustained damage from September 2004’s Hurricane Ivan. While repairs to the youth center were completed, work on the...
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July 2005
The center sustained damage to its roof and was flooded during September 2004's Hurricane Ivan. Many trees in the seven-acre park were destroyed. Project coordinator Pastor Al Ebanks reports that...
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July 2004
The youth center was constructed and dedicated in September 2003. The seven-acre park surrounding the youth center was planted with several endemic fruit trees and plants. A local architect has...
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