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Fri, 31 Oct 2014
Rotary @ Bordeaux 12pm


Fri, 31 Oct 2014

cbarshinger's Avatar
20 Oct 2014 21:13
Plastic Bags: Ban Them or Get Birodegradable Ones? The Plastic Bag Ban Bill will be heard on the afternoon of October 24 at the St. John Legislature Building. We will hear testimony regarding the pros and cons of banning free plastic bags and encouraging the use of reusable bags. The public is welcome....
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18 Jul 2014 18:57
Improve Public Transportation It is a travesty that one can get no public transportation on weekends. Possibly a private person could offer transportation for a fee if the person signs up in advance. What about the tram to drop off in town from the outskirts? What is the status on...

St. John Nonprofit Agency Spotlight

The Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization of business and professional people dedicated to promoting civic and economic growth and vitality of our community. Funding is provided by the memberships investment in the Chamber. A wide variety of interests among it's members help provide the Chamber...
Promoting an appreciation and deeper understanding of the history and cultural heritage of the island of St. John in the U. S. Virgin Islands since 1974.
St. John Revolving Fund
Since 1995 the St. John Revolving Fund has helped well over 200 individuals and currently has approximately 50 current recipients receiving assistance. St. John Revolving Fund accepts donations to help residents in need of small-short term emergency loans - primarily for medical and transportation expenses for medical care. More...
The Rotary Club of St John was chartered May 21, 1999 and has grown to a rather steady 25-30 member club. We meet every Wednesday at noon for lunch and fellowship at the Ocean Grill Restaurant in Mongoose Junction. There, in the lovely open air setting, we add a...
The Friends of the Elaine Ione Sprauve Library, a volunteer 501 c 3 non-profit organization, promotes public use of the facility and appreciation of its value as a cultural and educational asset to the community. The Friends support and promote library programs and services. They solicit grants...
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