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Holiday Celebration Planned: Jingle Bell Caribbean Style

We From Upstreet Inc. (WEFUS) in partnership with the Virgin Islands Cultural Heritage Institute and the Rotary Club of St. Thomas will celebrate "Jingle Bell Caribbean Style." The event will mark the 13th annual Christmas Lighting of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Virgin Islands Veterans Memorial Park. The cultural event will include Christmas carolers, choirs, bands, cultural dancing and jazz. The entire community is invited to come celebrate the spirit of Christmas. Schedules and themes for each activity are as follows:
Sharing Tradition wid de Younger Generation
Sunday, Dec. 14, (Youth Night) at 3 p.m.
Gladys Abraham Elementary School Choir
Adelita Cancryn Junior High School Choir
Jarvis Annex Lockhart Elementary School Quadrille Dancers
Prophecy School Quadrille Dancers
Dober Elementary School Choir
Ivanna Eudora Kean High Choirs
Serenade and Party Wid We
Monday, Dec. 15 (Cultural Night) at Emancipation Garden at 6 p.m.
American Legion Patrick U. George Post 90 Choir
Voices of Love
Party Hardies Carolers
Mungo Niles Cultural Dancers
St. Thomas Heritage Dancers
Audience Christmas Sing-a-long
Audience Quadrille Dancing with callers Carlos Woods and Edwin Davis
Milo's Kings
Jazz wid ah Christmas Pizzazz
Tuesday, Dec. 16 (Music Lovers Christmas Treat at 6 p.m.
Ivanna Eudora Kean High School Jazz Ensemble
The Johnson Project
Cliff Finch and Friends
For additional information, call Myron D. Jackson, executive director, or Yvette Finch, cultural specialist, at The V.I. Cultural Heritage Institute 777-1012.

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