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Brac DCFS staff recognised for long service

| 09/02/2016 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service

(L-R) Annie Rose Scott receives her award from Chief Officer Dorine Whittaker and Minister Osbourne Bodden

(CNS): Staff members of the Department of Children and Family Services in Cayman Brac have been recognised for their long service as government employees. Minister of Community Affairs Osbourne Bodden, accompanied by Chief Officer Dorine Whittaker, presented the awards to the 17 employees at the Aston Rutty Civic Centre.

In recognising the employees, Bodden said, “In 2015, staff members in Grand Cayman were presented with their long-service awards so the Department of Children and Family Services was happy to use this visit as an opportunity to award the dedicated staff of Cayman Brac.”

Annie-Rose Scott topped the list with 28 years of service as a community development officer. The remaining employees are based at the Kirkconnell Community Care Centre as community care workers. Together the group has served 329 years as government employees.

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