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Aquarium Volunteers recognized for 12,191 hours of service in 2017

It’s safe to say that our volunteers are the backbone of the Aquarium. They impact every department, from educating visitors at the touch pools and in the STAR Center to cleaning the Graveyard of the Atlantic exhibit. Last week, their work was recognized during a luncheon, thanking them for 12,191 hours donated in 2017. Two volunteers were given special accolades. Fred Bamonte, who recently retired from volunteering after nearly two decades, received the Volunteer Certificate of... Read More
at Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Volunteers give nearly 14,000 hours at NCARI

Volunteers at the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island gave nearly 14,000 hours of their time in 2016, providing invaluable service to the aquarium’s programs, conservation efforts and guest experiences. “We can’t thank you enough for everything you do,” NCARI Volunteer Coordinator Kate Davison told volunteers gathered at an awards banquet held February 9 at sister facility Jennette’s Pier. “You give your time to us so freely, and nothing is more... Read More
Posted by Brian Postelle at Wednesday, February 15, 2017

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