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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On October 5, 2017, officers from Nags Head Police Department and community members will come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee. All community members are invited to attend. The event begins at 4:00 pm on October 5 at Waveriders.
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.
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.