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N.E.S.T. was outrageous at Artrageous

  2018 marked the 29th Artrageous Kids Art Festival sponsored by the Dare County NC Arts Coucil. The event is a free, family-friendly, fun event featuring kids art activities. The event was held at Dowdy Park at Nags Head, NC. The activity gave The Network for...
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2018 Sea Turtle nesting season begins . . .  zoom zoom

  As the ocean waters of North Carolina warm up many folks begin thinking of their vacation time on the magical beaches of the Outer Banks. Mama sea turtles also begin to think of those beaches to start their annual nesting. It is zero dark thirty on May 1 and...
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And the Winners Are……

Emmett Swain and Tallulah Morris submitted the winning name for the new loggerhead sea turtle recently added by N.E.S.T. to the ocean mural in the entrance hall of Kitty Hawk Elementary School..."SEAWEED"!! A school wide contest was run to name the new turtle. There...
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Plastic straws

  April 8, 2018 Over 500,000,000 plastic straws are used each day in the United States. It is estimated that more than 90 percent of trash floating in the oceans of the world is plastic. Plastic accounts as the most harmful man-made item to threatened and...
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