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The Museum of the Albemarle recognizes local community workers through the reading of  Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears A Who!.  Just as Horton makes it his mission to protect the little people of Whoville, many individuals made it their mission and continue to protect the community during the Coronavirus Pandemic. The Museum of the Albemarle hopes […]

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Built to Last is HIRING!  Due to our continued growth, we are looking to add energetic and positive team members. We will provide training for the right individual and starting pay will be based on experience.  Visit our website, www.btlnc.com for more information. This year Built to Last will be partnering with our local Currituck […]

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BOO! At the Museum scheduled for Sat., Oct. 31, 3—7 p.m. has been cancelled.  In lieu of BOO! At the Museum families may pick up a Take-and-Make Halloween Packet for each child. Packets contain a fall scavenger hunt, the story of Halloween, and a family activity. Pick up yours in the museum lobby on October […]

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We are reopened and offer no joining fee through October 31, 2020. Starting October 12, 2020, our hours of operation will be Monday-Friday 6am-8pm, Saturday 8am-1pm and Sunday 1-4pm. All services have reopened and operated at reduced capacities. For further information, please contact us at (252) 453-9632 or email our Executive Director at hscott@ymcashr.org.

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The NC Main Street & Rural Planning Center (NCMS&RP) has formed a partnership with the Small Business Technology Development Center (SBTDC) to survey small businesses (under 100 employees) across North Carolina to identify their greatest needs. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete and will provide us with important information to customize statewide training webinars and […]

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20
Oct

“Leadership is never guaranteed. It must be continually renewed.” ~ Howard Gardner    Few among us haven’t been, in some way, profoundly impacted by the COVID pandemic. As business leaders across our region grapple with the many new realities affecting even the smallest aspects of our businesses, we continue to look for new tools and […]

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19
Oct

For the 6th year, Morgan Family Dentistry will be offering free dentistry for all veterans on November 6th, 2020 at their office located at Suite 10A Juniper Trail, Kitty Hawk, NC.  This event will be first come, first serve beginning at 8:30am and ending at 3:00pm.  Drs. David Morgan, Frank Bald and others want to […]

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15
Oct

Outer Banks Daytripper

October 15, 2020

WELCOME TO THE NEW OUTER BANKS DAYTRIPPER Obxdaytripper.com It’s always a Great DAY on the Coast! Outer Banks DayTripper (Spring 2021) is the new print guide for dining, shopping, and sites for everyone who loves the Outer Banks and surrounding counties. Explore what’s happening and things to do from Corolla to Edenton and south to […]

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The Museum of the Albemarle will host a 2nd History for Lunch from Home on Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at 12 p.m.  Rosie Blewitt-Golsch from the North Carolina Office of State Archaeology will discuss how archaeologists learn about the past from the materials people left behind, and what we know about life in North Carolina […]

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The Currituck Chamber of Commerce Board of the Directors have named Amy Alcocer, Executive Director of the College of The Albemarle Foundation, to an Ex-Officio seat of the Board of Directors. Amy Alcocer has worked in higher education since 2014 serving as the Special Assistant to the Chancellor, Interim Admissions Director and Director of Community Relations for Elizabeth City State University as well as Special Assistant to the Provost at Norfolk State […]

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Current Services: Academic Support for Virtual Learners (K-6) 1:1 Private Tutoring with Licensed/Certified Teachers Before- and After-School Extended School Day with bus services to and from Moyock Elementary, Shawboro Elementary, and Moyock Middle 6am – 6pm (Beginning October 22nd)   Coming Soon: Pre-K (4’s) Homework Help Groups (all grades) Academic Support for Virtual Learners (6-12) […]

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The Currituck Chamber of Commerce Board of the Directors have named Denise Hall, Register of Deeds of Currituck County, to an At Large seat of the Board of Directors. Long time Currituck County resident, Hall, was tapped by the Chamber due to her community support and knowledge of the local community. As Register of Deeds, Hall works with businesses starting in the county by filing paperwork to protect their name with an […]

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The Museum of the Albemarle will host the monthly History for Lunch from Home on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 12 p.m.  Ansley Wegner, North Carolina Office of Archives and History and author will join us all the way from Raleigh to present This Day in North Carolina History.  Matching up history with the calendar, […]

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02
Oct

Workplace Solutions

October 2, 2020

Workplace Solutions is a full-service Contract Furniture Dealer and Design Firm in Virginia Beach serving businesses throughout the Mid-Atlantic. We are proud of our membership in the Currituck Chamber of Commerce. For over 20 years Workplace has been providing quality office furnishings to businesses, hospitality, healthcare facilities and more. During this difficult pandemic we are quietly […]

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01
Oct

College of The Albemarle’s Fall 2020 semester may have started, but we still have plenty of classes you can take – without leaving home. To keep you safe and keep you learning we’re offering traditional internet classes that allow you to access when and where works best for you; as well as new web based […]

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The Corolla Wild Horse Fund is pleased to announce the kick-off of their fundraiser with a unique offering, a song, “Castaño,” about the wild horses that roam free on the northern banks of Currituck County. The Corolla Wild Horse Fund wants to give their supporters something unique and enduring as the basis of their fundraiser. […]

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We’re pretty excited here on the Outer Banks to be named twice in the “2020: Top 25 best places to buy a vacation home” by vacasa.com. According to their unmatched market data, they state that Corolla and Hatteras as destinations maximize return on your investment. The time is NOW for investing in the Outer Banks! […]

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26
Sep

Our Rural Commitment. 900 Grants. $18 million. As part of our continuing commitment to elevate our impact in rural America, LISC is inviting small business owners in rural locations across the country to apply for the LISC-Lowe’s Rural Relief Small Business Grants program. Applications are being accepted in “rounds”. You must submit a new application for each […]

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