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Lowman's Bay Beautification (1)
The Lowmans Bay Beautification Project is intended to create a proper green space area in the community of Lowmans. This was identified as there is a need to rid the area of pollutants and other activities that causes harm to bathers as well as marine life.
Earthly Weekend 2022
Earth Day commemorates the fact that there are many issues that damage our earth and our environment, and in an age where sustainability is at the forefront of our actions or deliberations; we should also take action to raise awareness of the importance of protecting our Earth for our future generations and edify persons of the importance of our Earth so they can appreciate the resources it has provided them throughout their lives.
Mental Health Symposium
The symposium brought together many young persons from St Vincent and the Grenadines for a day to practice exercises that would contribute to a healthy mental lifestyle.
Under the theme “Back to Basics”, the symposium was a nod to persons needing to internally reflection the simple things that they can apply to their lives to achieve healthy mental practices. The symposium also included activities such as Aromatherapy, Yoga Therapy, Henna.
Peace Is Possible 2020
The focus of the project was on Peace Leadership and the theme selected was "With Everyone A Leader, Peace is Possible." This theme reinforces the importance of personal responsibility towards achieving Peace in our homes, communities, workplaces and institutions/organizations. It also opens up a discussion on the type of traits, characteristics, skill-sets and values that incorporate "Peace Leadership"
Secondary School Spanish Oral Competition 2019
JCI St. Vincent collaborated with various Secondary Schools to implement a Spanish Oral Competition.
There were the St. Vincent Girl's High School, St. Vincent Boy's Grammar School. The St. Joseph’s Convent Kingstown, St. Martin’s Secondary School and the Thomas Saunders Secondary School. The Dr. J.P. Eustace Memorial Secondary School and The Bishop’s College Kingstown didn’t participate in the Competition.