Island Notices

Island Notices (2698)
- BLACK HISTORY MONTH events in the Philipsburg Jubilee Library for the week of February 1 - 7:
- 'Scholarship Foundation of The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) offers scholarships to students and executives of tourism and accommodation, "said Vice-President Daniel Gibbs in charge of the economic center of the community.
- A spectacular book sale of used books will be held at Philipsburg Jubilee Library on Saturday February 6th, from 10 am until 1 pm.

Single copies go for $ 1.00 and for hardcovers $ 0.50 cents and $ 0,25 cents for magazines.
PHILIPSBURG - The St. Maarten Carnival Development Foundation (SCDF) is announcing the closing of the registration for booth holders in preparation for Carnival 2010.
- The Civil Registry Department would like the 1031 persons who didn’t receive their voting card for the January 22 elections because of a change in address, to contact the office to update their residential address particulars. The same applies to persons who have relocated to another country.
- Crime and anti-social behavior are some of the biggest issues raised by the community the last couple weeks in Sint Maarten. The effects of crime impacts upon all of us in the community, also in Belvedere.
- The Anguilla United Movement (AUM) will be having a contact/town hall meeting on Saturday, January 30, 2010 at the John Larmonie Center on the Long Wall Road Philipsburg, starting at 8:00pm.
- The St. Maarten Bankers Association hereby makes known that all the banks will be closed on Friday, Jan. 22, 2010 at 12:00 noon in order to allow their staff to cast their votes in the upcoming Parliamentary Elections.
- All public elementary schools will be closed on Monday, January 18. The teachers will be attending an English Language arts program that is being implemented in public education at the elementary level.

The conference is being held at the Sonesta Maho Convention Center and is from 8am to 2pm on Monday.
- The Eight Annual Lionel Bernard Scott Memorial Lecture will take place on Thursday, January 28, 2010, at 20:00 hours at the PMIA Hall on Back Street.

The Lecture will take the form of a panel discussion among prominent Medical Professionals: Gynecologist Dr. Michel Petit, General Practitioner Dr. Glen Bryson and General Surgeon Dr. Felix Holiday on the topic “Health Care in St. Maarten, its Status and Future", each from their perspective.
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