Month: May 2019

Del Mar Vacations wins Best Overall Company to Work For

Del Mar Vacations is thrilled to have been voted Best Overall Company to Work For by the readers of the Cape Cod Times in their Best of 2019 Contest!   Del Mar Vacations’s office is located right in downtown Orleans,  where we employ over 25 Cape Codders in year-round positions, and are expanding every year. We…

CAPE REP THEATRE HEADS INTO SUMMER WITH TWO EXCITING PREMIERES

Cape Rep Theatre continues its 34th season with the world premiere of THE UNAUTHORIZED MUSICAL PARODY OF SUMMER BLOCKBUSTERS, by Kate Pazakis, June 26 through July 21, Tuesdays through Thursdays at 7 pm, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm, and Sundays at 2 pm. Tickets are $35 & $40. Pay-What-You-Can-Night is the first Friday, June…

Nauset Disposal Voted Cape Cod’s Best Green Business

Orleans, MA – Nauset Disposal, headquartered in Orleans, was recognized on Thursday, May 23, 2019 with the 2019 Cape Cod’s Best Green Business or Organization. The inaugural Cape Cod’s Best competition was hosted by the Cape Cod Times and included voting from readers across the region. “Being ‘environmentally friendly’ is part of our mission statement.…

Cape Abilities receives statewide recognition for innovative Volunteer Engagement

Pictured, from left to right, Emily Haber, CEO, Mass. Service Alliance, Lisl Hacker, Director of Training and Technical Assistance, Mass. Service Alliance, Jonathan Sproul, President/CEO, Cape Abilities, Moira Swiatkowski, Volunteer Coordinator, Cape Abilities, and Natalye Paquin, President & CEO, Points of Light Hyannis, MA, May 29, 2019  – Cape Abilities is pleased to announce that it was recently recognized at…

Leadership Cape Cod Celebrates Launch, Looks Toward the Future

May 20, 2019 – Harwich Port, MA — Leadership Cape Codformally launched on Thursday, May 16, 2019 during an event held at the Wychmere Beach Club in Harwich Port. Leadership Cape Cod is the new name of the organization formerly known as the Community Leadership Institute of Cape Cod and the Islands (CLI).The mission of Leadership…

First Citizens’ Charitable Foundation Gives in a BIG Way

Pictured from left to right: Richard “JR” Mell, Regional Director, BBBG of Cape Cod, Barbara Cotton, Regional Development Officer, BBBG of Cape Cod, Leslie Poulin, Sr. Director of Marketing, First Citizens’, Brian Behunin, Regional Manager, First Citizens’ and Alina Leon, Sales & Service Manager, First Citizens’ May 22, 2019 – First Citizens’ Charitable Foundation presented…

WOMR Awarded Grant to Complete Capital Campaign

Provincetown, MA, May 22, 2019: The Mass Cultural Council grant of $95,000 awarded this week brings WOMR to its capital campaign goal of $300,000, the community radio station announced today. Phase One of the campaign, the installation of a generator at the Provincetown transmitter site, and Phase Two, an upgraded studio-to-transmitter link, are nearly completed. The grant from…

Lower Cape Community Housing Partnership Celebrates as Lower Cape Town Meetings approve over $8.6 million in funding for housing initiatives

Early this spring the CDP’s Lower Cape Community Housing Partnership (LCCHP) wrapped up its second year in which 59 municipal officials participated in the Housing Institute and 53 local residents were trained as housing advocates.  As both groups prepared for Town Meetings across the Lower Cape the LCCHP amplified the need for housing through its…

HPC Walk for Home 2019

The Homeless Prevention Council is excited to announce its 2019 Walk for Home, with David Willard as Honorary Chairperson.“Our goal is not only to spread awareness of the extraordinary work HPC is doing, but also to raise money to help it carry on its mission” – D. WillardWalk for Home 2019 will take place on Saturday, June 8,…
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