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Tuesday, March 2, 2021
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Women’s Coalition of St. Croix Marks 40th Year of Service

A volunteer victim advocate program was the first training and service WCSC established in 1981, and it continues to be a linchpin of the crisis intervention the organization provides 365 days a year.

Caribbean Genealogy Library to Present Three March Virtual Events

All three events are virtual on Zoom, and they require registration. Read about them here and use the links provided to register. They are scheduled for March 6. 13 and 27.

Rotary St. Croix – Harborside Donates on National Caregivers Day

Rotary Harborside’s members presented the donation to the Department of Human Services Family Caregivers Program staff at St. Croix’s Herbert Grigg Home for the Aged.

AARP VI Invites Public to Participate in Virtual Town Hall on Coronavirus

The event is open to the public, but registration is required.

Project Promise Holds Annual Fundraiser, Honors High School Students

The proceeds from Havana Nights benefited Project Promise’s Caterpillar Project, along with its three other programs.

CFVI Names Marie ThomasGriffith New Chair of Board of Directors

ThomasGriffith is the Foundation’s first female chair and replaces George H.T. Dudley, who has been on the board since 2009.

Rotary Club of St. Croix Mid-Isle Gears Up for Scholarship Season

Applications for local scholarships will be made available to school guidance counselors and will be shared on club social media. They may also be available via club members.

CFVI Awards Over $1.4 Million for Recovery and Building Forward Projects

Grant funds will be used to support ongoing hurricane recovery, revitalization and building forward efforts to enhance the wellbeing of residents and ecosystems across the territory.

Liberty Foundation Awards $50,000 Donation to Community Foundation of the VI

The Liberty Foundation’s donation will help CFVI to work on its Learning Loss Summer Program, arts and culture projects, mangrove restoration efforts, rapid response support and local foster homes.

Coral Bay Council Working to Provide Recognition of Historic Schoolhouse Properties on STJ

The Coral Bay Community Council begins a new project to recognize a part of local history important to many Coral Bay residents by documenting the significance of St. John’s “one room” schoolhouses from the 1860s to the 1940s.





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