Niki Taylor has been forced to pull back from her volunteering. Not by choice, but by pandemic.
If it weren’t for COVID restrictions, she would still be there at the Dare County Arts Council two or three days a week. Or at the STAR center at the Aquarium on Roanoke Island explaining about turtle behavior for the Network for Endangered Sea Turtles (NEST) or at the Touch Tank encouraging kids to get up close and personal with the sea life.
When the Mustang Outreach music program is up and running again, she’ll be in the wings, wrangling the young musicians together so they’re ready to go on stage when it’s their turn. And she has also worked with Ruthie’s Kitchen, the Outer Banks church organization that takes to heart “feeding the hungry” by serving dinner once a week to all who come.