We had a great fall meeting on September 16 at the Sanitary Restaurant. Rodney Kemp kept us laughing with his stories, and Jeff West encouraged us with his ideas of ways to get more done in Portsmouth Village. We’ve got … Continue reading →
Our fall meeting will be held Saturday, September 16, at the Sanitary Restaurant in Morehead City. The meeting will begin at 10:00 a.m. Speakers will be Rodney Kemp, storyteller and historian, and Jeff West, acting superintendent of Cape Lookout National … Continue reading →
The latest edition of the Doctor’s Creek Journal is out and in member mailboxes! Let us know how you like it. It’s full of news about our spring meeting, a special trip to Portsmouth, our newest project, and our work … Continue reading →
Thanks to all who attended our May 20 meeting at NCCAT! It was a great day and we counted 50 in attendance. Special guests were Dr. Erin Seekamp of NC State University, Acting Superintendent of CALO, Jeff West, and author … Continue reading →
Make plans to join us on Saturday, May 20, for our spring meeting at Ocracoke. We will meet at the NCCAT facility down by the ferry dock at 10:00 am. Dr. Erin Seekamp of NC State University will present the … Continue reading →
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all! Members can start looking for their Doctor’s Creek Journal in the next week or so. In the meantime, we wish you a safe and happy holiday with all God’s blessings.
Wishing all our readers and members a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. We are truly blessed!
Portsmouth Village reopened today! We are indeed grateful there was no major damage. The beach north to the village is open also, so good news all around! … Continue reading →
Portsmouth Village remains closed until Park officials can get up there to do their assessment. We are, of course, praying there has been no serious damage and will post as soon as we hear something. … Continue reading →
We had a great fall meeting this past Saturday at the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum with 46 people signed in. We enjoyed presentations by Pat Kenney, Superintendent of Cape Lookout National Seashore, and Kenneth Burke, a true Portsmouth historian. All … Continue reading →