The Outer Banks Hospital launches partnership with NC Aquarium and Jennette’s Pier

Published 5:28 am Sunday, December 1, 2019

The Outer Banks Hospital (TOBH) and the North Carolina Aquarium Society announced a new partnership in November, kicking it off with sponsorship of classrooms and unveiling of new signs at the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island (NCARI) and Jennette’s Pier. The NC Aquarium Society is the non-profit fundraising arm of the NC Aquariums and works extensively to coordinate philanthropic efforts that so far have also included Dominion Energy, Southern Bank and others.

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The new Surfside Classroom sign hangs at Jennette’s Pier. Courtesy NCARI

“We love having neighbors like The Outer Banks Hospital, who have stepped up to generously support the NC Aquariums’ education mission,” said Jim Mulvey, director of development at the NC Aquarium Society. “Their commitment and community involvement is invaluable and this partnership will provide support to great programs at both the aquarium and pier.”

At a NC Aquarium Society dinner, Mulvey joined NCARI director Larry Warner in thanking TOBH president Ronnie Sloan for his eagerness in forming a strong collaboration.

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NC Aquarium Society director of development Jim Mulvey, TOBH president Ronnie Sloan, FACHE and NCARI director Larry Warner at the aquarium society dinner in November. Courtesy NCARI

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“We are proud to sponsor the two classrooms at the NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island and Jennette’s Pier to help educate our community on the importance of conservation,” Sloan said. “Healthy lives depend on a healthy planet, so this is a natural union.  Proper management of our natural resources helps to keep human and marine life well so that we can all live our lives to the fullest.”



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