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Yesterday 11:48
Any update on removal of gil limit for world trans Hii... I'm really itching to transfer to a JP data center for better ping but the 20 million Gil limit is preventing me from doing so because I will lose a lot of it. I've been scouting to see what I can buy and resell but it's not looking very good....
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Yesterday 11:47
Odin Statue No Longer Available? Hii... What's the meaning of this? Why is the Odin statue no longer obtainable? From what you said at Fanfest it seemed like the statue would be available in the store indefinitely. It was only available for 6 months. Is there a reason this statue along...

St. John Nonprofit Agency Spotlight

Island Health and wellness is currently fundraising to open it's doors by summer 2016 WHAT IS ISLAND HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER? A nonprofit primary healthcare practice on St. John. ...
Category: Youth Development
Focus Virgin Island youth through sports and fitness,  giving them the confidence they need to set personal goals, achieve their aspirations and create opportunity for themselves, their family and their community.
The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) was established in 1990 with a $540,000 endowment. CFVI is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of community leaders interested in the welfare of the Virgin Islands and managed by a professional staff. Today, CFVI manages more than 100 named...
OLMC Kallaloo Kitchen serves meals to the homeless and less fortunate at noon Mondays and Fridays in the church's Guadalupe Hall.
Category: Youth Development
Through a curriculum of private lessons, group classes, in-school curriculum, and multi-cultural and educational programs, it is our goal to help each student reach his/her artistic potential in a supportive and nurturing environment, extending services to various populations, including special needs and underserved and at-risk youth. For...
Category: Youth Development
The Love City Pan Dragons Youth Steel Orchestra evolved from a teen drug and pregnancy prevention after-school program begun over fifteen years ago. In 1998 a beginner band for younger children, the Baby Dragons, was added for a short time and briefly revived in 2011. Baby Dragons moved up...
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