NCU's classical soprano Sashekia Brown was the special guest singer at the 2018 third anniversary celebrations of the Cayman Chapter of the NCU Alumni Association (ACKy). The services were held at Kings Church.
ACKy's Social and Cultural VP Georgia Isaacs directing the ACKy Choir at the Praise and Worship service launching the anniversary celebrations on Friday, Sept. 28, 2018.
The Savannah Church choir, directed by Kasey Reid, added its voices to ACKy's Praise and Worship service.
Sashekia Brown singing at the Friday evening Praise and Worship service.
Winsett Blake, ACKy's Member-at-Large, is the soloist for the Berea Choir at ACKy's Praise and Worship service. Directing is Corry Chambers.
Mark Hamilton directs the Kings Church Men's Chorale.
Pastor Vaughan Henry delivering the charge at the Friday evening Praise and Worship Service.
Sashekia concluding the evening's Praise and Worship service.
The president of NCU, Dr. Lincoln Edwards, speaking at the Divine Hour service in observance of ACKy's third anniversary, on Saturday, Sept. 29.
The capacity congregation at the Divine Hour Service.
Sashekia Brown's heartfelt singing at the AY service at Kings Church when Dr. Edwards presented on the latest achievements of NCU.
A luncheon for ACKy members was hosted by ACKy at the George Town Church Hall following the Divine Hour service at Kings Church. Here Dr. Edwards and Pat Ebanks jointly cut the cake marking the anniversary.
ACKy's Member-at-Large Tamekia Thompson-Young presented a token of appreciation to Sashekia.
ACKy's VP for Social and Cultural Affairs Georgia Isaacs expresses appreciation to Keila Woods, who accompanied Sashekia on the piano.
Dr. Edwards holds high a Caymanite memento presented to him by ACKy's Parliamentarian Jusene Brown.
Another surprise presentation was made to the president of ACKy Patricia Ebanks, far left, by VP Georgia Isaacs, while some members of the Executive Committee look on.
Among the many special guests attending the services at which Sashekia sang was the Honorary Consul for the Jamaican Consulate, Mrs. Elaine Harris.