December 13, 2017 10:43 pm Last modified: 6:01 pm

Organizations

In Recovery Mode, St. Croix Landmarks Society Releases December 2017 Calendar

As the Christmas season approaches, the St. Croix Landmarks Society, which operates the Estate Whim Museum, the Apothecary Hall Museum, a Research Library & Archives and other historic sites and programs in the U.S. Virgin Islands, has announced its December 2017 calendar. “Like t
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V.I. Children’s Museum and Partners Distribute Trauma-Relief Bags to Kids

Trauma from hurricanes can cause a variety of emotional reactions in children. Play can help children process trauma, build resiliency and resume the process of normal development.
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Danish Agency Helps Recovery Efforts at Flamboyant Gardens, Queen Louise Home for Children

The Danish Emergency Management Agency has pledged its support to Lutheran Social Services of the Virgin Islands (LSSVI) after Hurricane Maria damaged four roofs at Flambouyant Gardens, a 56- apartment complex for low-income seniors and those with physical disabilities.
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Recovery Partners Join Forces to Care for Animals Displaced by Hurricanes

Hundreds of homeless dogs, cats and other four-footed hurricane survivors are finding new homes and comfort thanks to a joint initiative among territorial, federal and nongovernmental partners.
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AARP VI Gives Prestigious Volunteer Award to Scott Bradley for Community Service

AARP Virgin Islands selected Bradley for his remarkable service, which has greatly benefited the community, supported AARP’s vision and mission, and inspired other volunteers.
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International Society of Barristers Donates $10,000 to Legal Services VI

The donation of $10,000 to Virgin Islands Legal Services will support that group’s work in providing legal services to the territory in the aftermath of hurricanes Irma and Maria.
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CFVI’s Fund for the Virgin Islands Awards $675,000 in Thanksgiving Grants

The grants are being awarded from the Fund for the Virgin Islands, which was established by CFVI immediately following Hurricane Irma’s arrival in the U.S Virgin Islands on Sept. 6.
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USDA Approves Department of Human Services for D-SNAP Extension

The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service has approved the V.I. Department of Human Services’ waiver request for an extension of the Virgin Islands Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
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FEMA Urges Cultural Institutions to Apply for Disaster Assistance to Protect V.I. History

The U.S. Virgin Islands has a rich cultural heritage with museums, archives, libraries, archeological sites and historic districts across the territory. Many of these precious cultural resources sustained serious damage during hurricanes Irma and Maria – and time could be of the essen
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Zeta Phi Beta Sorority to Hold Prematurity Awareness Events at Houses of Worship

The ladies of Zeta are asking all congregations to help with this educational program of raising awareness of prematurity. The sorority will make a special appearance and presentation to the congregation of the City of Refuge.
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