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Lots of Virgin Islanders have been back in St. Thomas for the holidays.
Spotted at Coral World with her husband and toddler: Adrianne Todman-Wesby, who used to work for Delegate Ron de Lugo and now is special assistant to the secretary of Housing and Urban Development for policy and programs. Adrianne said she likes Washington, and she's obviously thriving there.
In St. Thomas for Christmas day was Candy Lee, the daughter of former St. Croix Sen. Sidney Lee. Candy, who formerly headed Harlequin books, is now president of Troll, the New Jersey-based company that publishes textbooks and children's literature.
Know of others who are home for the holidays? Let us know by e-mailing source@viaccess.net.

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Lots of Virgin Islanders have been back in St. Thomas for the holidays.
Spotted at Coral World with her husband and toddler: Adrianne Todman-Wesby, who used to work for Delegate Ron de Lugo and now is special assistant to the secretary of Housing and Urban Development for policy and programs. Adrianne said she likes Washington, and she's obviously thriving there.
In St. Thomas for Christmas day was Candy Lee, the daughter of former St. Croix Sen. Sidney Lee. Candy, who formerly headed Harlequin books, is now president of Troll, the New Jersey-based company that publishes textbooks and children's literature.
Know of others who are home for the holidays? Let us know by e-mailing source@viaccess.net.