Month: September 2016

Nauset Disposal Plans Trash Bash for Cape Cod Non-Profits

Orleans, MA – Nauset Disposal is planning their annual fundraiser, Trash Bash, for Friday, October 21. The proceeds from this event are distributed to selected local non-profit organizations. The 2016 beneficiaries are Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands, Cape Cod Cares for the Troops, Cape & Islands United Way, Center…

Cape and Islands United Way Adopts New Model and Announces Funding for 2017-2018 Grant Period

(Barnstable, MA) The Cape and Islands United Way Board of Directors is pleased to announce available funding for their 2017-2018 grant period. Funding for the upcoming grant cycle will be guided by the organization’s new Results Framework, the culmination of a years’ research and planning, directed by the newly appointed Community Impact Council. The Community…

5th Annual ClamBQ, The Orleans Food and Music Festival

Orleans, MA (September 19, 2016) — The Orleans Chamber of Commerce will host the 5th annual ClamBQ! The Orleans Food and Music Festival, on Saturday, October 1st from 10:30 AM – 5 PM—at a new time this year.  The festival has tripled in attendance from 1,000 in 2015 to 3,000 in 2015, and will be…

“Capture the Cape” in Orleans

Orleans, Cape Cod, MA — Capture the Cape is a fall celebration of this beautiful region and the wonderful community of Orleans; a weekend of entertainment, events, art, dining and sales Columbus Day Weekend throughout Town. Capture the Cape is sponsored by the Addison Art Gallery and The Land Ho! The Land Ho!, the region’s most…

Celebrate Our Waters: From The Cape Codder

The Orleans Pond Coalition again invites everyone to visit Orleans in mid-September to join us on Sept. 16, 17 and 18 to Celebrate Our Waters. For the seventh year, our festival weekend will highlight our beautiful town and our estuaries, ponds, lakes, and many activities. At OPC this year, we’re returning our focus to our…

Cape and Islands United Way Welcomes Community Impact Officer

Beth Bowman has been hired as the first Community Impact Officer at the Cape and Islands United Way, beginning her role in August. In this role, Ms. Bowman is responsible for working with grantees and partners to build lasting change across the Cape and Islands through focused strategies and sustainable projects. (Barnstable, MA.) The Cape…
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