I recently wrote about my experience at the Ritz Carlton in Grand Cayman for The Toronto Star. I was invited to bring my son, 8, down for a morning of activities at the Ambassadors of the Environment – the Ritz Carlton’s Kids Club – in Grand Cayman, I was surprised to find a very serious eco-focused program. Among the program options is “Lights, Cameras, Action” where kids become the directors and stars of a movie that is meant to educate others about the environment. Ethan’s class at home is studying endangered species this year so he opted to focus on the Blue Iguana. This was the finished product:
Wondering what happens at a Ritz Carlton “Kids Club?”
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Heather is the founder of Globetrottingmama.com. She is the first and only Black woman to have a travel column in both Canadian national newspapers. A Contributing Writer and on-air storyteller for National Geographic and a freelance feature writer for a host of national and international publications including EnRoute, Outside, Afar and Travel + Leisure, Heather's work can be found in print, online, on television and over the radio airwaves. Learn more at www.heathergreenwooddavis. com
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