Jan. 15 marks the 109th Anniversary of Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Sorority Inc. Recognized as Founders’ Day, over 283,000 members around the world, including the U.S. Virgin Islands, will join together for the highly-anticipated celebration.
The Moravian School presented Rotary Club St. Thomas II with “Christmas bells,” popularly known in the islands as fly “flyah” catchers.
The Women's Coalition of St. Croix (WCSC), the Family Resource Center (FRC) and the V.I. Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Council (DVSAC) are partnering to coordinate ‘USVI Says NO MORE,’ a new territory-centered campaign for awareness and intervention on domestic violence and sexual assault.
The Virgin Islands Children's Museum (VICM) has announced a contribution from the VI Golf Federation in the amount of $3,000.
To celebrate the Centennial of the transfer of government from Denmark to the U.S.A., the St. Thomas-St. John Friends of Denmark Society proudly announces the facsimile publication of a commemorative magazine printed by the Society in 1967. The title is 50 Years: St. Thomas Friends of Denmark Society.
For the 15th consecutive year, the Anderson Family Fund at the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) has awarded teacher grants to educators in the territory. A total of $24,920 in grants were given to schools on St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas.
The Virgin Islands Carnival Committee (VICC) announces the 2017 V.I. Carnival theme: “A Centennial Commemoration for our 65th Carnival Celebration.”
Lutheran Social Services of the Virgin Islands, in partnership with the Corporation for National and Community Service, recognized four veterans who reside at the LSSVI Housing Communities, as well as the AmeriCorps members who support them.
On Sunday, Nov. 6, dozens of colorful standup paddle boards lined the Maho Beach, ready for action. Standing in their brightly colored jerseys adorned with the logos of more than a dozen sponsoring local businesses’ logos, 43 competitors lined up, knee-deep in the water.
A non-profit organization, My Brother’s Workshop provides the tools that build hope to at-risk and high-risk youth, ages of 16-24, by offering paid on-the-job training, mentoring, education and job placement.