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Philanthropic Spotlight - Big Rock's Keli Wagner Lady Angler Tournament
Charity/Non-profit

Philanthropic Spotlight - Big Rock's Keli Wagner Lady Angler Tournament

The KWLA tournament is named in honor of the late wife of Big Rock board member, Casey Wagner, who lost her battle with cancer in 2008. Keli was enthusiastic about the success of this tournament and she played a vital role in having the proceeds donated to the cancer clinic....

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Philanthropic Spotlight - Carteret Health Care Foundation
Charity/Non-profit

Philanthropic Spotlight - Carteret Health Care Foundation

Carteret Health Care Foundation, established in 1995, has embraced serving our community by supporting Carteret Health Care as a nonprofit organization. Strong community partnerships and generous donations have supported multiple hospital expansions, hospital education, scholarships, and vital equipment. Most recently, the CHC Foundation hosted their “Bourbon Street at the Beach”...

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How to Give Back - Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament and Big Rock Kids Billfish Tournment
Charity/Non-profit

How to Give Back - Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament and Big Rock Kids Billfish Tournment

Another Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament is in the books- with a record-setting number of participants this year! No one can doubt that the tournament is well organized and greatly supported by our county but sometimes we need reminding that it is so much more than just one of the...

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How to Give Back - Misplaced Mutts
Charity/Non-profit

How to Give Back - Misplaced Mutts

Misplaced Mutts is a 501(c)3 non-profit, volunteer-based organization, dedicated to rescuing dogs in shelters, and less than ideal home situations, throughout North Carolina. They are based out of Carteret County, North Carolina, and operate through a network of foster homes and generous donations. They rescue pets who are suffering on the streets and in shelters. Misplaced Mutts was created to help animals who suffer and die every year because of negligence and abuse. 

Visit www.misplacedmutts.com for more information or to make a donation!

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