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STORYTELLING CONTINUES AT TUTU PARK MALL

The Salvation Army's storytelling hour continues at Tutu Park Mall on St. Thomas every Saturday at 11 a.m.
Capt. Debra Sam, who launched the program in June, has decided to continue with the storytelling hour indefinitely because of the enthusiastic turnout she's been experiencing.
"I want to continue being there for those kids who look forward to this Saturday morning activity," Sam said.
Children who wish to participate are to be accompanied by an adult to the store next to Pro-Nails, left off the center court.
Pamela Morales, marketing director for Tutu Park Mall, said the mall management is proud to offer facilities to host such activities and that she hopes more organizations will collaborate on future projects like this.
"Now more than ever we have to become more involved with our children," Morales said. "I just hope more organizations find value in designing activities like the Salvation Army's."
For more information contact Sam at 776-0070 or Morales at 775-4658.

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