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REICHHOLD'S LOSS IS OAKLAND'S GAIN

Renee Heider, grants and production manager for the Reichhold Center for the Arts, has been named executive director for the Oakland Ballet. Heider will depart St. Thomas on May 28 and begin work in Oakland June 7.

VIOLENCE BEGETS VIOLENCE

Encouraging corporal punishment as a solution to violence on school campuses or on our streets is not the answer. In fact, it is part of the problem.

COUNTDOWN TO SINBAD

The countdown has begun to the Sinbad Soul Music Festival to be held May 26-31 in St. Thomas.

SENATORS PETITION FOR ‘PROSSER DEAL' HEARING

Eight senators have petitioned Senate President Vargrave Richards to convene a meeting on Friday to consider the Prosser-V.I. land-for-tax-breaks deal.

IT'S ROYAK REGATTA TIME AGAIN

At 9:30 a.m. Sunday, May 23 Magens Bay will once again be filled with the strange water craft known as ‘royaks' and the sounds of solid competition between teams of businesses that every year support the event, sponsored by the Virgin Islands Telephone Corp., that supports the V.I. Council Boy Scouts of America.

PORT OF $ALE MALL SPONSORS FAMILY BICYCLE DAY

The businesses at Port of $ale Mall are sponsoring the first "Family Bicycle Day" between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 23 in honor of Bicycle Week May 17 - 23. Families and cyclists are invited to participate by riding their bicycles to the mall.
Prizes will be given for, the largest bicycle, smallest bicycle, most unique bicycle and the best family of cyclists.

PORT OF $ALE MALL SPONSORS FAMILY BICYCLE DAY

The businesses at Port of $ale Mall are sponsoring the first "Family Bicycle Day" between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 23 in honor of Bicycle Week May 17 - 23. Families and cyclists are invited to participate by riding their bicycles to the mall.

CHRISTENSEN RECEIVES DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI HONOR

Donna M. Christian-Christensen, V.I. delegate to Congress, was awarded the 1999 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award by the George Washington University Board of Trustees during commencement activities on Saturday in Washington, DC.

‘SEN. BRYAN FORWARDS RESUME FOR TOURISM POST'

Promotion and events professional Steve Bornn responds to story in the Source with questions about an individual who was recommended as a possible Tourism commissioner.

TERRITORY NEEDS POLLUTION SOLUTION

When it comes to dealing with soil run off, untreated sewage disposal, toxic waste and other nonpoint source pollution, which ultimately end up in the water, the territory needs solutions. And the resounding sentiment at day one of the fifth annual conference to address nonpoint source pollution was that progress has been made, but much more has to be done.

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