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CHASE GLOBAL DAY OF SERVICE IS SATURDAY

Chase bank employees, family and friends will fan out across the territory Saturday to entertain the sick and elderly and take part in other community projects as part of Chase's sixth annual Global Day of Service.
On St. Thomas, volunteers will be visiting Roy L. Schneider Hospital, Lucinda Millin Home, Emmanuel Oliver Elementary School, Sts. Peter & Paul School and the Humane Society. On St. John, the V.I. Environmental Research Station will be the site of volunteer work, as will Central High School on St. Croix.
Last year, more than 150 volunteers worked on seven projects in the territory and on Tortola. For more information, call 775-8867.

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Chase bank employees, family and friends will fan out across the territory Saturday to entertain the sick and elderly and take part in other community projects as part of Chase's sixth annual Global Day of Service.
On St. Thomas, volunteers will be visiting Roy L. Schneider Hospital, Lucinda Millin Home, Emmanuel Oliver Elementary School, Sts. Peter & Paul School and the Humane Society. On St. John, the V.I. Environmental Research Station will be the site of volunteer work, as will Central High School on St. Croix.
Last year, more than 150 volunteers worked on seven projects in the territory and on Tortola. For more information, call 775-8867.