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Valentine’s Day

It's 77° Fahrenheit  76% humidity. Clear Skies
Wind out of the North East at 8 mph.
Barometric pressure is 30.03
Water temp: 79° in Charlotte Amalie  St. Thomas
We had Point 1 inches of rain in the last 24 hours. We’ve had .75 inches of rain all month.
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The national weather forecast calls for  Variably cloudy with scattered showers in the morning... then partly cloudy with isolated showers in the afternoon. Highs 85. Mainly east winds 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 30 percent.

We welcome : Victory to Havensight  Dock, Caribbean Princess to Austin Monsanto Marine Terminal

At the top of the news on Monday February 14 – Valentine’s Day
Great weekend –On St. John it was the bicycle rodeo that got all the excitement. On St. Thomas the Humane Society Doggie Ball was a huge success, St. Croix had the Animal Welfare Center Fur Ball and the Hebrew Congregation held its annual auction with lots of action and wins and Water Island held the sixth annual Water Island Music Festival with 8 artists and three concerts – the best ever.

Job Changes at the top of the St. Croix Police Department – as chief Oakland Benta moves to the head of the St. Croix Police Training academy and Christopher Howell takes the helm as the Chief of Police on St. Croix.   Howell has been head of High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force. He has been deputy Police Chief for St. Croix since April 2009. The saturated patrols are his design and we will see more of that in the future.  Meanwhile Oakland Benta has been part of the Police Department family since 1984 and has been on the faculty of the Police Department Training academy in the past.

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act continues to work special benefits in the Virgin Islands – now the bus shelter at Roy L. Schneider Hospital is about to undergo a renovation.  Department of Public Works says they have begun work on the bus shelter and have a temporary seating beside the shelter – the new modern safer bus shelter is under construction.

News from Marshall and Sterling Insurance, they are buying First Insurance of the Virgin Islands. As of March first Marshall and Sterling will merge all assets of First Insurance into one business. Marshall and Sterling has offices on St. Croix and St. Thomas and is also the owner of Theodore Tunick and Company.

Good News for Juan Luis Hospital – that have a new agreement with Miami Children’s Hospital to send specialists from Miami to the big island for regular consultations and special needs.  They plan to open a telemedicine connection as soon as the Juan Luis Hospital gets the right equipment. Meanwhile instead of sending the sick local children to Miami, that hospital will rotate specialists through St. Croix on a regular basis. This will eliminate the need for so many transfers.  Right now St. Croix Hospital sends some 30 children a year to Miami for specialized care. First step is to get the Miami physicians licensed in the Virgin Islands. Miami children’s has 650 affiliated physicians in 130 pediatric specialties.

Lions Club members will be welcoming the International second Vice-President Lion Wayne Madden and Mrs Madden who are in St. Thomas today aboard the Carnival Victory

News from the VI Fire Service – there are no burning permits being issued now.  The dry conditions are hazardous and this is no time to burn trash or brush.  No fires until the dry conditions change.

St. Croix Educational Complex High School, announces that a series of very important grade level parent meetings have been scheduled. The meetings will be held in the school’s auditorium at 5:30 p.m. on this schedule: Tuesday, February 15 - 12th grade, Wednesday, February 16 for the 11th grade, Thursday, February 17 for the 10th grade, Tuesday, February 22 for the  9th grade, For more information, contact Mr. Vialet at 778-2036.

8th Annual “Celebration of Love,” St. John Since 2003, more than 620 couples have
assembled on Trunk Bay beach on  Valentine’s Day for this free, sunset  vow-renewal ceremony. Led by well-known  officiate Anne Marie Porter, the annual event  features flute music and other surprise  treats to complement the seaside setting  and each couple receives a certificate of  marriage re-affirmation. The ceremony begins  at 5 p.m. and is open to the public.  For more information, call (888) 676-5701
or (340) 693-5153, or visit

Our virtue of the week is Purposefulness

Being purposeful is having a clear focus.  Begin with a vision for what you want to accomplish, and concentrate on your goals.  Do one thing at a time, without scattering your energies.  Some people let things happen.  When you are purposeful, you make things happen.

You are practicing purposefulness when you…
•         Have a clear vision of what you want to accomplish
•         Know why you are doing it
•         Focus on the goal
•         Get back on purpose if you get scattered or distracted
•         Do things one at a time and finish what you start
•         Persevere until you get results

I am purposeful.  I am clear about what I am doing and why.  I stay focused on my goals.  I know I can accomplish great things.

On this  Valentines Day I send my love to my wife.  She is patient, she  is kind. She is generous with her time and gives her loving touch to the care of our children and in her work her she saves babies lives at the Schneider Hospital newborn intensive care unit. My dear Beverly, I love you.

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