The December holiday season may mean much merriment, but according to this survey, 59 percent of American adults who attend holiday parties drink too much and engage in potentially serious and dangerous behavior. The online survey, conducted by Harris Poll and commissioned by Caron Treatment Centers, polled 2,000 American adults[…]
Reposted in part from St. John Source: When first lady Cecile deJongh’s holiday gift book for young students comes out in a few weeks, St. John resident Aariyah Athanase’s art work will illustrate the line “And Tradewinds Bless Our Native Land.” The book illustrates the “V.I. March,” with the art[…]
When Dynel Lang became director of the U.S. Virgin Island’s Strategic Prevention Frameworks State Incentive Grant (SPF SIG) in 2013, she knew that one of her first tasks was to help the territory’s five newly-funded sub-recipient agencies find the data they needed to better understand the island’s two most pressing[…]
Ths is Sisterhood Agenda’s 5th Annual Sisterhood Brotherhood New Year’s Eve Youth Extravaganza and you don’t want to miss being a part of this exciting alcohol- and drug-free event! We still have sponsorship opportunities available and we will honor the achievements of youth on St. John and the youth-serving members[…]
The mission of the Love City Pan Dragons Youth Steel Orchestra is: » To provide a healthy positive extracurricular cultural experience for St. John students from elementary through high school; » To enhance the educational experience of Virgin Islands young people by promoting qualities and skills, through the learning and[…]
Julius E. Sprauve announces “A World Around Us,” the new after-school enrichment program. The program began on October 22, 2014 and will take place Monday to Thursday, 3L00pm to 5:00pm. If you have questions, please contact the school at (340) 776-6336.
Re-posted in part from St. John Source: Nyree Doway, 17, not only got the Rotary Club of St. John scholarship. She has a slew of others to help launch her academic career at Rider University in Lawrenceville, N.J. “She’s determined, and that impressed us,” Rotary Club member John Fuller said.[…]