Update: Due to the rain, this remembrance has been moved to the Community Square dock
Ocracoke will remember former island resident Phyllis Ann Wall, 85, who died on Sunday, July 18, in Winchester, Virginia, in the evening of Wednesday, July 28.
“A Day for Phyllis” will start at 6 p.m. with a gathering on the lawn Books to Be Red where all are invited to share a favorite
story or a song. Bring your own seating.
Immediately following the gathering will be a procession of golf carts/bikes to the second bridge on Oyster Creek where you are invited to throw flower petals into the canal in front of the house that was Phyllis’
home for over 40 years.
Further details are in the flyer below.
What happens if it rains?
It’s on, so take an umbrella if it looks like rain is possible.
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