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It may be late for Christmas, but it's just in time for Three Kings Day.
The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association will distribute gifts Jan. 3 to St. Croix children.
The event was to take place Wednesday at Christ Church in Mon Bijou, but had to be postponed because the gifts that were to sail in that day aboard the Carnival Victory were accidentally placed on the wrong ship.
"We are trully sorry for the delay," said Tourism acting Commissioner Monique Sibilly-Hodge, "but as a long-time and committed industry partner, the FCCA will undoubtedly make the upcoming ceremony an unforgettable experience for the children."

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It may be late for Christmas, but it's just in time for Three Kings Day.
The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association will distribute gifts Jan. 3 to St. Croix children.
The event was to take place Wednesday at Christ Church in Mon Bijou, but had to be postponed because the gifts that were to sail in that day aboard the Carnival Victory were accidentally placed on the wrong ship.
"We are trully sorry for the delay," said Tourism acting Commissioner Monique Sibilly-Hodge, "but as a long-time and committed industry partner, the FCCA will undoubtedly make the upcoming ceremony an unforgettable experience for the children."