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UVI Bulletin Board for October

Students at the University of the Virgin Islands

Coastweeks Continues With Cleanups Until End of October It is not too late to join #teamocean and participate in a Coastweek’s cleanup! The university’s Center for Marine and Environmental Studies invites the community to take part in one of the largest international efforts to help keep our seas free of the trash.
No registration is required; simply show up and cleanup.
All cleanup supplies are provided; however, volunteers should walk with a reusable water bottle as we aim to reduce the amount of trash created during the cleanup.
Here is the listing of some of the upcoming cleanups on St. Thomas:
Oct. 5 – Red Hook Salt Pond
Oct. 1-7 – Downtown Charlotte Amalie
Oct. 12 – French Town
Oct. 13 – Bolongo Bay
Oct. 19 – Lindberg Bay
For more information, contact Howard Forbes at 693-1672 or email howard.forbes@live.uvi.edu.

VIUCEDD Presents American Sign Language Courses Oct. 7 through Nov. 22 Have you ever wanted to learn sign language? The University of the Virgin Islands – Virgin Islands University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (VIUCEDD) will offer a beginner’s Level 1 training in sign language.
On the St. Thomas campus, classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Teacher Education Building, Room T114.
St. Croix classes will be held on Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the VIUCEDD office, located at No. 1 Golden Grove across from the Spicy Grill.
Space is limited; please register by Oct. 4. The cost is $100.
To register or for more information, contact Shanika Thomas at 693-1406 on St. Thomas or Ashley Schrader at 692-4266 on the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix.

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