Monthly Archives: September 2015

Training and Grant Opportunities: News for Nonprofits from OBX Community Foundation

Greetings from the Outer Banks Community Foundation! I hope you had a wonderful summer and are looking forward to a joyful and abundant autumn.   This week we have some special news and opportunities to share with our nonprofit partners, … Continue reading

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‘By nourishing plants, you’re nourishing community’

Conetoe, pharmacy North Carolina (CNN)An hour east of Raleigh, story North Carolina, lies the predominantly African-American community of Conetoe — population 300. The town is surrounded by farmland, but the nearest grocery store is 10 miles away, making it one … Continue reading

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Listen to Coastal Voices on Your Radio, Computer or Phone

This summer two undergraduate anthropology students at East Carolina University have been working as interns for the Hyde County Office of Planning and Economic Development through the State Employees’ Credit Union Foundation public service internship program. Both interns are working … Continue reading

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COASTAL VOICES: LINKING GENERATIONS ORAL HISTORIES NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

Saltwater Connections is pleased to announce that Coastal Voices: Linking Generations, an oral history collection, is now available for free online viewing. The collection includes audio recordings and transcripts of thirty oral history interviews conducted with Hatteras Island and Ocracoke … Continue reading

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