2015 Whistle Project


Today Kenny, Amy, Kim, David and I handed out about 450 survival whistles at the Beaufort public docks and the Emerald Isle public boat ramp.

Today is the first day of National Safe Boating Week. We give these whistles out free of charge in memory of our baby brother, Keith, who lost his life last January in a boating “accident”:


Whistles are purchased by our family and with donations made by friends, relatives, and those we meet telling Keith’s story.  Many people asked today how they can make a contribution to future events.  Checks may be made payable to  Kelly Wyatt and mailed to P.O. Box 4481, Emerald Isle NC, 28594.

Here are some pictures from today:

We posted Keith's story near Saga.

We posted Keith’s story near Saga.



Beaufort Waterfront

Beaufort Waterfront

Emerald Isle

Emerald Isle

Table display

Table display

By Sullivan Family

One comment on “2015 Whistle Project

  1. I see you are based in or near Emerald Island. Are you close to Cape Carteret? We have good friends down there, Diane and John Ritchie. Fur sent me the whistle. I’ve never seen anything like it. What a wonderful way to remember your brother.

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