The Charles Wesley Turnbull Regional Library is seeking energetic, courteous volunteers with strong digital literacy skills to assist patrons in the Public Computer Center (PCC).
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Kim Bourne-Vanneck, STHCM administrator, also took the opportunity to formally recognize three outstanding students who went above and beyond the call of duty during Hurricane Irma. “These students rose above their own anxieties in the middle of the deadly storm to help evacuate patients from another area of the building while it was sustaining significant storm damage,” she said. “Because these young men worked so selflessly helping others in immediate need, we dubbed them our Hurricane Heroes.” ...
A whole lot of people are still dealing with the psychological aftermath of the September 2017 hurricanes. In fact, the Virgin Islands Division of Mental Health, Alcoholism and Drug Dependency Services recently received a $1.9 million federal grant to continue its crisis counseling for another nine months, all the way through the next hurricane season into November 2018. That’s in addition to an earlier grant of $461,529 that was awarded shortly after the storms. ...
If you’re still having trouble sleeping, still feeling jumpy, still a bit cranky, a little forgetful, a lot tired ... Don’t feel alone. A whole lot of people are still dealing with the psychological aftermath of the September 2017 hurricanes.
HAVE YOU WRITTEN A PLAY? Final call for new playwright submissions. Adults and youth are invited and encouraged to submit their never-produced new plays to Pistarckle Theater, for our third annual New Playwrights Festival. Deadline for submission is April 20th, and the New Playwrights Festival is Saturday, May 26. Send all play scripts, formatting in Word, via email to: email@example.com.
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