Outer Banks Chamber hosts ribbon cutting for Outer Banks Health’s newly adopted beach access

(Submitted/Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce)

Outer Banks Health proudly announces the inauguration of its beach clean-up initiative, marking a significant step towards preserving the pristine beauty of our coastal environment. On Thursday, May 30, at Bladen Street Beach Access in Nags Head, Outer Banks Health commenced its efforts towards ensuring cleaner, safer beaches for both residents and visitors with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

The event saw enthusiastic participation from Outer Banks Health professionals, chamber members, and community members. Participants eagerly rolled up their sleeves, armed with gloves and bags, ready to embark on the task of removing litter from the shoreline. Outer Banks Health President Ronnie Sloan did the honors of cutting the ribbon. 

Outer Banks Health’s beach clean-up initiative aligns with its broader mission to promote wellness and sustainability within the Outer Banks community. By fostering a culture of environmental stewardship, the organization aims to inspire lasting positive change, ensuring that future generations continue to enjoy the beautiful Outer Banks.

For more information on Outer Banks Health’s beach clean-up initiative and future events, please visit outerbankshealth.org or follow their Facebook page, Outer Banks Health. 

The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce is an advocate for businesses on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. A regional organization representing ~1,000 businesses, the Outer Banks Chamber serves Dare County, Currituck County, and Ocracoke. To inquire about scheduling a ribbon cutting for your business or organization, contact Kelly Allman at thc vxvc     e Outer Banks Chamber. (252) 441-8144.