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Common Good April 18

Common Good April 18

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Published by Nancy Proctor
Community Newsletter for the Outer Banks
Community Newsletter for the Outer Banks

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Published by: Nancy Proctor on Apr 18, 2013
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What's happening in social justice, social actionand community outreach in Dare and Currituck CountiesOuter BanksCommonGood Web 
 April 18 2013
How Hard Can It Be?
 Patty McKenna of Community Services Collaborativeagree on one important thing: MAKE IT SIMPLE, MAKEIT EASY, NO REGISTRATION AND NO PASSWORDS. Wedon't work New York City, Hampton Roads or ElizabethCity. We work with our friends and friends to be. Sowe don't have to make you jump any hurdles to getthings on the calendar or to list a volunteeropportunity on our list.
That's not so hard is it?
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 to view Community Calendar brought to you by CommonGood and theCommunity ServicesCollaborative
Event Listings:
Wherever you choose to settle, you are going to reallyenjoy those great hardcover and paperback books youbought at the Dare Literacy Council Book Sale.Saturday, 20, at Dare County Family RecreationCenter, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. (also includes CDs, DVDS,and LPs at bargain prices) The sale will be held from9am to 3pm at the Dare County Family RecreationPark, 602 S. Mustian Street, Kill Devil Hills (behind theOBX Brewing Station).Over 5,000 books will be available for purchase from$.50 to $5.00-children's books, cookbooks, biographies,fiction, etc. Cash or checks will beaccepted forpayment; credit cards will not beaccepted. Further questions about the Book Sale canbe directed to DLC at 252-216-7773.
Dancing through the
You can find
 featuring progressive newsabout our environment from SouthernStudies, North Carolina CoastalFederation, Atlantic Monthly, NewYork Times.
 What is 2-1-1?
Have you ever wondered how to findhelp or a community service foryourself or someone in need? Thereare about 30,000 nonprofits in NorthCarolina. Finding the one you needcan be difficult. The first step infinding help is knowing who to call. 9-1-1 is for emergencies, 4-1-1 is fordirectory assistance and 2-1-1 is forfinding community health and humanservice resources. Simply dial 2-1-1from your home, office or cell phone,any time 24 hours a day, 365 days ayear to learn about vital services inyour community. This call is free,confidential and available in anylanguage.Dare Countycitizens make upsome of 85% ofNorth Carolinianswho can pick upthe phone anddial 2-1-1 to get connected to localhelp. Much of the eastern portion ofthe state has been without accessaccess. A grant received from BlueCross and Blue Shield of NorthCarolina will enable NC 2-1-1 to buildout its communications infrastructureand simplify service expansion in the
Heron Pond Montessori School Parent and StaffAssociation presents, "Dancing through theDecades" Ten percent of the proceeds will be donatedto the Outer Banks Relief Fund; the rest will go to theParent Staff Association and the Montessori ScholarshipFund.
Coping with CancerSymposium April 19

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