We are all in this together
Wanda Law, Donna Cooke, and Sharon Stevens with Zenith Bank gave a $1,000 grant to Food for Thought board members Ann Kaplan, Margaret Lawler and Linda White to help feed youth that participate in the no-profit.
Outer Banks ocean rescue units formed a nonprofit to combine efforts in training, buying equipment, public outreach and competition. “We’ve been working on this for a long time,” said Sylvia Wolff, treasurer for the new organization, Outer Banks Lifesaving Services.
Currituck Master Gardener Fall Plant Sale to join the Heritage Festival The 2017 Currituck Master Gardener Fall Plant Sale will be having a change of venue this year! Instead of being held at the Currituck County Center in Barco, Extension Master Gardener Volunteers will be holding their annual Fall Plant Sale as part of the […]
‘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 […]
OBXCommonGood is small nonprofit, directed, produced and published by me – and now with Susan Merrill who will be focused on Volunteer Opportunities. After some thought, we’ve decided to make some changes in our form submittal.
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.
Small and Large businesses in Dare and Currituck Counties are very generous in providing donations, sponsorships, scholarships and grants to non-profit groups and worthy individuals.
Outer Banks ocean rescue units formed a nonprofit to combine efforts in training, buying equipment, public outreach and competition.
Outer Banks Sentinal North Banks Rotary Club Grants Officials from five Outer Banks nonprofit organizations were on hand at the Aug. 15 meeting of the North Banks Rotary Club to receive grant money awarded by the club to the organizations for their work helping those in need and promoting a robust civic life in the […]
Moral issues greet us each morning in the newspaper, confront us in the memos on our desks, nag us from our children’s soccer fields, and bid us good night on the evening news.