Grant awarded for addressing maternal and child health in Dare County

Grant awarded for addressing maternal and child health in Dare County

Grant awarded for addressing maternal and child health in Dare County   Dare County Department of Health & Human Services was recently awarded funds from the state to implement evidence-based strategies to address maternal and child health issues.  The goals were to plan and provide capacity-building activities which will lead to improved birth outcomes, improved(…)

Avoid, Protect & Act to Prevent Illness from Bites or Scratches

Avoid, Protect & Act to Prevent Illness from Bites or Scratches

Avoid, Protect & Act to Prevent Illness from Bites or Scratches By: Kelly Nettnin, BS, CSAPC, Communications Specialist Everyone has something they love about summertime on the Outer Banks and at last that time of year has arrived. Warm weather accompanied by sunshine invites residents and visitors outside for walks, runs, hikes, camp fires, boating(…)

Ninth Annual “Let Freedom Ring” Patriotic Concert July 3

Ninth Annual “Let Freedom Ring” Patriotic Concert July 3

Ninth Annual “Let Freedom Ring” Patriotic Concert To Be Held at Outer Banks Presbyterian Next Sunday  Outer Banks Presbyterian Church will hold their Ninth Annual “Let Freedom Ring” musical presentation on Sunday, July 3, at 5:00 p.m. Featured will be the 70-voice sanctuary choir, 16-piece orchestra and guest singers.  Musical Director, Jason Evans, will be(…)

Summer Programs at Nags Head Woods

Summer Programs at Nags Head Woods

Summer Programs at Nags Head Woods  Wednesdays Guided Hikes,  9:30-11ish, weather permitting. Join us for a slow paced nature hike. We will be looking at the birds, butterflies, botany, (and anything else we find along the way!) of the preserve and discussing the natural history of the area. The hike will be about 2 miles(…)

The Coastal Wave of Life

The Coastal Wave of Life

The Coastal Wave of Life By Diana Hackenburg Sea Grant Foundation June 16,  “Let’s go to the coast,” exclaims your mom/dad/uncle/kid/friend as the thermometers rise and social pressures to stay busy fall. The siren sound of North Carolina’s beaches and coastal communities calls loudest during the languid days of summer. Fort Fisher State Recreation Area.(…)

The Ocean: Calming a Stormy Mind

The Ocean: Calming a Stormy Mind

Coastal Review Online – check it out.

Habitat for Humanity to build home in Currituck

Habitat for Humanity to build home in Currituck

Habitat for Humanity to build home in Currituck Local citizens have an opportunity to apply for ownership of a new home to be built in Currituck County by Habitat for Humanity. Supported by a grant from the State Employees Credit Union, North Carolina Habitat for Humanity plans to build one house in each of the state’s 100 counties. The application(…)

Special Medical Needs Registry

Special Medical Needs Registry

Special Medical Needs Registry “This registry allows responders to know where individuals are in our community who may require special help during an emergency. This registry is a valuable tool for us to help those in need. The residents of Dare County should all be aware of the availability of this registry so that they(…)

Albemarle Commission Senior Nutrition Program Receives $1,250.00 for Participation in Meals on Wheels America’s 2016 March for Meals

Albemarle Commission Senior Nutrition Program Receives $1,250.00 for Participation in Meals on Wheels America’s 2016 March for Meals

  Funding for the 14th Annual Awareness Campaign Made Possible by Subaru’s Share the Love Event Albemarle Commission Senior Nutrition Program is proud to announce that it has received a $1,250.00 grant award from Meals on Wheels America for its participation in the 14th Annual March for Meals campaign. This past March was Senior Nutrition(…)