Jan. 3, 2004 — The United Way of St. Thomas/St. John may single-handedly keep the social calendar full, it would seem, for January and February. It's an opportunity to come out and support the last leg of the United Way 2004 campaign and enjoy favorite activities.
For ticket and additional information, call the United Way office at 774-3185.
United Way with Jazz, Jan. 18, from 5:30 to 8 p.m.
United Way is celebrating a 25th anniversary at Coral World, with top local jazz musicians to be featured. Tickets are $40 per person, and that includes food and drink. Proceeds go toward the support of United Way's 16 member agencies.
United Way Walk/Fun Run, Jan. 25, at 5:30 p.m.
Come out and stretch your legs while supporting the last leg of the United Way 2004 campaign. The annual 2-mile run begins at the Coast Guard Dock on St. Thomas and travels the Waterfront to Frenchtown and back. Awards will be given to top finishers, and special awards to government departments and companies with the most employees participating. The first 100 registered finishers will receive mini-towels.
Pre-register at Emancipation Garden Post Office on Saturday, Jan. 24, at Players in Havensight, Going Seanile at Royal Dane Mall, and the United Way office.
United Way Raffle, tickets on sale now.
First prize is a Royal Caribbean 7-Day Caribbean cruise for two, and there are five additional prizes, including stays at premier hotels on St. Thomas and St. John. Tickets may be purchased from any United Way board member or at the United Way office in Nisky Center. Proceeds go toward the support of United Way's 16 member agencies.
United Way Limited Edition Raffle, limited tickets on sale.
Win a cruise for two in a Penthouse Suite aboard Carnival Cruise Line's Imagination! Only 200 tickets will be sold, for $20 each. Proceeds go toward United Way's 2004 campaign.
United Way Bazaar and Flea Market, Feb. 21
United Way of St. Thomas-St. John will hold its annual Bazaar and Flea Market at the American Legion Hall in Sub Base on St. Thomas. There'll be bargains galore — and food, drinks and entertainment too, all day long.
Donations of furniture, household wares, books, clothing and other flea market items are presently being accepted. Volunteers are needed to help sort, price and sell.
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