Month: January 2014

Business Connect returns in April

January 23, 2014 – Cape & Plymouth Business, the only regional business magazine covering Cape Cod, Plymouth County, the South Shore and Islands, has announced that Business Connect returns April 10, 2014. Business Connect is the largest business conference south of Boston, featuring 70-plus exhibitors, numerous educational sessions and more than 800 attendees. This don’t-miss event is an…

Holy Spirit Parish Administrator Job Opening

Parish: Church of the Holy Spirit Town: Orleans, MA FT/PT: Full-time Clergy/Lay: Lay Att’n: CHS Personnel Committee E-mail: [email protected] The Church of the Holy Spirit (CHS), a large, very active and growing parish, seeks a full-time Parish Administrator (PA).  The Rector, Assistant Rector, and the PA work together and serve as the Executive Team for…

Coastal Community Capital Job Opening

  JOB OPENING: Business Development Officer Job Description for BDO Business Development Officer Responsibilities The Business Development Officer (BDO) will be responsible for developing strategies for originating and obtaining SBA approval for sufficient number of 504 loans to reach Coastal Community Capital benchmarks by marketing the 504 loan program, working with banks, civic and community…

AFCC Announces ArtsCapeCod Marketing Initiative

Centerville, MA – The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod announced it’s 2014 marketing initiative calledArtsCapeCod, which will be formally introduced in a series of meetings throughout the region. ArtsCapeCod will include a new web site designed to promote the estimated 3,000 cultural events that happen here annually. The site will have on-line box office capabilities,…

Rowena Myers Winter Concert Series at Snow Library

Saturday, January 11th at 4:00 p.m., the Bert Jackson Trio will perform. Bert Jackson has been composing since he began playing guitar at the age of 18. His repertoire features many original tunes. He organizes local festivals during the course of the year, as well as sitting on the board of the Cape Cod Chamber Music…

Remembering the Sparrowhawk, by the Orleans Historical Society

REMEMBERING THE SPARROWHAWK Ron Petersen As winter is upon us on Cape Cod, it’s a good time to reflect on the plight of the Sparrowhawk during the winter of 1626-1627. This ill-fated vessel became the first of many documented shipwrecks to occur in the often treacherous waters off the Cape. In 1626, two London entrepreneurs,…

Aging in Place

We’ve all heard the expression “Home Is Where the Heart Is,” but for Seniors staying in their own home – or Aging in Place – it requires some planning and resources! That’s why the Orleans Citizens Forum is dedicating its next mini-forum on January 23, 2014, to a discussion on the community-based services, assistive technologies and…
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