On Sunday, November 10, ex-service men and women were recognised during a Remembrance Day Service, organised by the Deputy Governor’s Office that paid homage to those who fought in World War I and other conflicts around the world.
The Civil Service Association of the Virgin Islands (CSA) met on Wednesday 13th November 2019 for a duly called general meeting for the purpose of ratifying the elected executive board that was voted in May 2019.
Minister of Natural Resources, Labour and Immigration Honourable Vincent O. Wheatley is pictured presenting the ‘Green Your Reception Area’ plaque to the staff of the BVI Tourist Board on Tuesday, November 5.
Deputy Governor, Mr. David Archer Jr. met with the Board of Directors of the BVI Chamber of Commerce and Hotel Association’s (BVICCHA) to raise awareness as to how the business sector is expected to respond in relation to the closure of the Public Service following a disaster.
The Territory will honour and pay tribute to those who fought in World War I and other conflicts as well as those who served in various armed forces when it observes Remembrance Day on Sunday, November 10.