Month: January 2019

First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union Announces First Citizens’ Charitable Foundation

First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union’s commitment to the communities in Southeastern MA and Cape Cod has spanned over eight decades, with continued investment in organizations and initiatives that contribute to the economic and social well-being of the people in these communities. This commitment will be further reinforced with the launch of the First Citizens’ Charitable…

The Young Company at Cape Rep Theatre presents The Odyssey

Cape Rep Theatre is delighted to announce THE ODYSSEY, an adaptation of Homer’s classic, from the translation by Emily Wilson, by Cape Rep Theatre’s Young Company, directed by Maura Hanlon; Friday February 8 at 7 pm and Saturday, February 9 at 2 pm and 7 pm. Tickets are $10 and go to supporting Cape Rep’s…

Sean F. McLoughlin joins Cape Cod 5’s Trust and Asset Management team

Sean F. McLoughlin recently joined Cape Cod 5’s Trust and Asset Management team in the role of Senior Investment Officer, based in Orleans. “We are so pleased with Sean’s transition to our Trust and Asset Management team,” said Dorothy A. Savarese, President and CEO of Cape Cod 5. “His over 30 years of experience in…

Cape Cod 5 Announces $100,000 in Grants to Local Food Pantries

Cape Cod 5 recently announced collective grants totaling $100,000 through the Cape Cod 5 Foundation to local food pantries to support their work during a period of heightened demand.    “Cape Cod 5 is privileged to support the vital role that food pantries play in our communities throughout the year.” said Dorothy A. Savarese, President…

Community Development Partnership Collaborates with Provincetown Commons to Offer Small Business Help in Provincetown

This month the Community Development Partnership will begin offering training and technical assistance to small businesses on the Lower Cape at Provincetown Commons.  Located at 46 Bradford Street, Provincetown Commons is a year-round working space for creative individuals, artists, entrepreneurs and start-up businesses. For 26 years the CDP has assisted numerous businesses on the Lower…

Nauset Disposal Winter Clothing Drive

We just dropped off nearly 100 bags(!!!) of winter clothing at Mashpee Commons for Cape Cod Broadcasting Media‘s Winter Clothing Drive! Feeling so inspired by our amazing customers and #communitypartners who love #givingback and supporting our neighbors on #CapeCod.

First Citizens’ Appoints John Cotton to VP, Commercial Lending Officer

First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union recently announced the promotion of John Cotton to the position of Vice President, Commercial Lending Officer for the South Shore and Cape Cod regions. Cotton will continue creating, developing and fostering new and existing business relationships for commercial lending and deposits. Cotton has over 25 years of business management and…

How to help Seashore Park employees during the shutdown

From the Friends of the National Seashore People are asking “What can I/we/the Friends do for the employees of the Cape Cod National Seashore during this difficult government shutdown?” I have been in contact with park officials and their response to the above question is for the Friends to continue our mission as partners to…

Cape Cod 5 Hires Patrick Savage as Customer Service Center Director

Cape Cod 5 recently hired Patrick Savage as Customer Service Center Director. Savage brings with him over 20 years of experience in customer service management and financial services. “It is with great excitement that we welcome Patrick to the Cape Cod 5 team,” said Dorothy A. Savarese, President and CEO of Cape Cod 5. “With…

Cape Cod 5 Supports Local Teachers with Educational Mini-Grants

Local public school teachers were celebrated for their hard work and dedication at Cape Cod 5’s 19th Annual Educational Mini-Grants Awards Reception on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. At the event, 89 awards totaling $39,956 were presented to teachers from 44 schools in the region to fund educational projects they have developed. It is estimated that…
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