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Historical Society Holds December Meeting

Historical Society Holds December Meeting
The St. John Historical Society will hold its December meeting on Tuesday evening, Dec. 13, 7:30 p.m., at St. Ursula's Multi-Purpose Center in Cruz Bay. Members, their guests, and anyone wishing to join the Society are cordially invited to attend. Archaeologist Ken Wild, Cultural Resource Manager at the Virgin Islands National Park, will bring us up to date on his progress in locating and documenting the more than 500 ruins within the park. He will also demonstrate the latest mapping techniques using global positioning systems (GPS).
For information, call Margie Labrenz at 693-8808.

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Historical Society Holds December Meeting
The St. John Historical Society will hold its December meeting on Tuesday evening, Dec. 13, 7:30 p.m., at St. Ursula's Multi-Purpose Center in Cruz Bay. Members, their guests, and anyone wishing to join the Society are cordially invited to attend. Archaeologist Ken Wild, Cultural Resource Manager at the Virgin Islands National Park, will bring us up to date on his progress in locating and documenting the more than 500 ruins within the park. He will also demonstrate the latest mapping techniques using global positioning systems (GPS).
For information, call Margie Labrenz at 693-8808.