WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR AREA?
Weather: Duck-light rain, 41 degrees
Corolla-overcast, 42 degrees
Temperatures are expected to remain in the 40s and 50s this week, except for a spike of 68 degrees on Wednesday. But the brief warm up could be followed by wintry precipitationon Thursday. (WRAL)
The UNC Coastal Studies Institute will host the third presentation in the “Our Underwater Heritage” Lecture series on March 4, at 6 p.m. The series, held monthly at the CSI campus on Roanoke Island, features presentations from maritime archaeologists and graduate students on a variety of maritime archaeology projects in coastal North Carolina. This month’s program, “Defending the East Coast: How Converted Vessels Helped to Win the Battle of the Atlantic”, will be presented by Will Sassorossi, graduate student in the Program in Maritime Studies at ECU. His presentation will highlight his recent work on the conversion of fishing trawlers and their use during the Battle of the Atlantic in WWII. (OBvoice)
Meet the ‘Babes of the Beach’ calendar models. It’s been a long time since the Outer Banks has offered up a calendar featuring our cutest babes in beach and resort attire. And for a resort area that seems to be a glaring omission. So, starting next week, the Voice will be offering up 12 very special “babes,” with the hope of attracting sponsors and buyers to purchase what will become a 2016 “Babes of the Beach” calendar. (OBvoice)
A Twiddy Insight:
March 21-Annual Housekeeping & Inspections Appreciation Luncheon will be at the Currituck Cooperative in Barco, NC.
April 14-Owner Appreciation day