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LEPC HOSTS GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP

LEPC HOSTS GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP
The Law Enforcement Planning Commission of the Virgin Islands Police Department will host a Grant Writing Workshop in St. Thomas from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday, Feb. 22 in the conference room of the Police Commissioner and LEPC offices, third floor, Island Laundry Building.
The workshop will also be offered in St. Croix from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, Feb. 23 in the conference room at Patrick Sweeney Police Headquarters.
The course is being offered to give instructions on writing effective grant applications.
For more information contact Flemon Lewis or Tasida Kelch at 774-6400 or 774-2310. Reservations will be accepted before Tuesday, Feb. 20.

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LEPC HOSTS GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP
The Law Enforcement Planning Commission of the Virgin Islands Police Department will host a Grant Writing Workshop in St. Thomas from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday, Feb. 22 in the conference room of the Police Commissioner and LEPC offices, third floor, Island Laundry Building.
The workshop will also be offered in St. Croix from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, Feb. 23 in the conference room at Patrick Sweeney Police Headquarters.
The course is being offered to give instructions on writing effective grant applications.
For more information contact Flemon Lewis or Tasida Kelch at 774-6400 or 774-2310. Reservations will be accepted before Tuesday, Feb. 20.