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Agway Announces $56,000 Donation to Local Shelters as a result of Paw Palooza

Paw Palooza Team. Credit: coldnosephoto.com The Agway of Cape Cod Charitable Foundation announced a donation of $56,000 to local animal shelters as a result of Paw Palooza 2018, which was held in July.  The Animal Rescue League of Boston’s Brewster shelter and the MSPCA’s Centerville shelter each received checks in the amount of $28,000 this…

Rogers & Gray Insurance moves up 4 spots on nationwide Top 100 list

Rogers & Gray Insurance has been named in a special report by Insurance Journal as one of the nation’s top independent property and casualty firms. They have received a top ranking in this yearly report since 2013. Insurance Journal, a leading national publication in the insurance industry, released their special report “Top 100 Independent Property/…

Latham Centers Announces Board Appointments

Latham Centers, Inc., a leader in special education and residential programs for children and adults with disabilities, announces the addition of two new members to its Board of Directors: Tyler Eldredge of Yarmouth Port and Matt McCleery of Chatham. Mr. Eldredge is a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management in Hyannis. He received a…

First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union unveils newly renovated branch

Orleans Chamber hosts ribbon cutting to celebrate July 13, 2018 – The Orleans Chamber of Commerce provided a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday July 12th to celebrate unveiling of the newly remodeled Orleans branch of First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union. The friendly local staff will remain the same, but the branch has been designed to…

Workforce Development Board Launches Age Forward Employer Recognition Program

Hyannis (July 31,, 2018) – Do you know of a business that does an outstanding job of recruiting, engaging or retaining older workers? The 55 Plus Committee of the Cape and Islands Workforce Development Board wants to hear about it. The Age Forward Employer Awards – an initiative of the Cape and Islands Workforce Development…

Homeless Prevention Council’s Backpack Program

The Homeless Prevention Council’s 17th annual Backpack to School Program will run from August through September 2018. Every year the Homeless Prevention Council provides backpacks and school supplies to hundreds of local Lower Cape children. The supplies that we give students are tailored to the requirements for their incoming class and based on supply lists we…

Cape Cod 5 Holds Steel Topping-Off Ceremony for Route 132 Campus

Cape Cod 5 Senior Management and Trustees On Wednesday, July 25, Cape Cod 5 Trustees and Senior Management, along with the Bank’s building partners and construction team, gathered to celebrate a major construction milestone for the Bank’s new campus on Route 132 in the Town of Barnstable – the topping-off of the building’s steel structure.…

First Citizens’ Eleanor Weller Ranks Top in Warren Group’s List

First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union is excited to announce that Eleanor Weller has placed as “Top Loan Originators” in the Credit Union category for the Cape and Islands region for the 5th consecutive year, according to annual figures compiled by The Warren Group. Weller, earning the number 1 ranking, took the honors in the number…

Community Development Partnership Celebrates Community at Annual Farm Fundraiser

Eastham, MA – The Community Development Partnership (CDP) is celebrating at their 5th Annual Summer Evening on the Farm. You’re invited to join them as they honor their past and look ahead to the future. The event will take place on Wednesday, August 22nd from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Halcyon Farm in Brewster. The event at the farm…

Experience the Newest Sounds of the E.M. Skinner Organ in Concert at the Church of the Transfiguration

Featuring works by Bach, Mendelssohn & Sowerby AUGUST 4 & 5, 2018– Organists at the Church of the Transfiguration offer a Transfiguration organ concert featuring works by Bach, Sowerby and Mendelssohn, performed on the “overwhelmingly breathtaking” E.M. Skinner Organ. This powerful instrument, restored by Nelson Barden of Boston, is comprised of eighteen different E.M. Skinner organs, and is singularly unique…