In 2004, a group of local citizens here on the Outer Banks decided to start an organization that would raise local funds to be used to assist people living or working in our Outer Banks community who are burdened with financial difficulties because of a debilitating disease or illness, or a personal tragedy with themselves or a family member.
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Medicare Open Enrollment Oct 15, 2017 at 8:30am to 3:00pm Thomas A. Baum Senior Center 300 Mustian Street Kill Devil Hills North Carolina 27948 Annual open enrollment is October 15th through December 7th, at which time you can change to a different drug plan if it benefits you. We highly encourage that you review […]
we care for each other—our members, the students and patients we serve, and the communities we live in. In these fractured times, it’s a reminder of what truly makes America great: people finding their common humanity, pursuing the common good, and caring about their neighbors regardless of their differences.
What is OBX Brewtag? A celebration of flight and beer, OBX Brewtag is modeled after the whimsical and entertaining Red Bull Flutag, translated to “flying day” in German. With OBX Brewtag, the general premise is the same, although rather than human-powered flying machines, Brewtag contestants will be competing to see who can launch and fly an empty […]
‘God does not cause the hurricane but can be found within it’ ‘It should never take a disaster to bring us together’ By David J. Segal, Houston Chronicle, September 2, 2017 Photo: BARBARA DAVIDSON, STR Bernice Emerge, 80, says a tearful prayer at the Woodlands Church in The Woodlands, a suburb north […]
Political civility is not about being polite to each other. It’s about reclaiming the power of “We the People” to come together, debate the common good and call American democracy back to its highest values amid our differences. The civility we need will come not from watching our tongues, but from valuing our differences and the creativity that can come when we hold them well.