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Local Christmas cards available on St Thomas at Draughting Shaft by this weekend!

December 04, 2014 12:02PM

Registered: 3 years ago
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Good news! The Draughting Shaft is able to carry our CASA Christmas Cards again this year. Shipping tomorrow and cards should be in store by weekend. Sorry to our St Thomas customers for the delay in getting this arranged this season. We appreciate your patience.

These are the cards designed by children in the USVI. Included are tropical scenes such as Boogie Board Santa; Santa Surfboard Frog; Moko Jumbies; Caribbean Dancer; Sugar Mill & Poinsettia; Sailing the Christmas Winds; Happy Holidays written in the sand; Christmas Beach Cottage; and many more.

You can see our cards at

These cards have become a tradition in the VI for 15 years now and were featured in a Daily News Article this week! All sales benefit abused and neglected children through our Child Advocacy program (known locally as CASA) on St Croix.

10 cards in a pack for $15.

Give us a call if you have any questions.

718 2272 office
724 719 4127 cell (Gail)

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