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Noelle Pina Completes Third Year at Institute for Organization Management

Noelle Pina of the Orleans Chamber of Commerce Completes Third Year at Institute for Organization Management A Leadership Training Program Produced by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation WASHINGTON, D.C.— Institute for Organization Management, the professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, is pleased to announce that Noelle Pina, Executive Director, of…

4 Tips for Getting Your Business Mojo Back

When you’re working long hours and the stress is compiling, your personal life doesn’t go on hold. You still have familial responsibilities, bills to pay, friends to see, and thousands of other things that are on your mind. Let’s face it. There are times at work that are just harder than others. Even the best…

Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Steps Down

Chamber moves into new era Hyannis, MA – Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce President /CEO, Jessica Sylver, has announced that she will leave her position later this year. After six years in a leadership role of helping to grow the Chamber and promote the Hyannis area, and 11 years total with the organization, Sylver will…

Orleans Chamber Named Recipient of Two Communications Excellence Awards

ORLEANS, MA (June 17, 2017) — The Orleans Chamber of Commerce has been named a winner of two industry awards that recognize communications and marketing work. Presented annually by Alexandria, Va.-based Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, the Communications Excellence awards program is designed to celebrate exceptional work in the areas of advertising and marketing,…

Orleans Chamber Foundation Awards Scholarships to Nauset High School Graduates

ORLEANS, Ma. – The Orleans Chamber Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s scholarship awards. Five one-thousand-dollar book awards were granted to local students of the 2017 graduating class at Nauset Regional High School. Kylee Christensen of Dennisport will be attending University of Massachusetts Amherst. Dakota Yuknavich of Harwich planned to attend…

6 Reasons Solopreneurs Need a Chamber Membership

If you’re a solopreneur, you’re likely putting in some long hours building your business. Anything that helps you be more productive for little money is a necessary investment for you at this point. You may have thought briefly about the chamber and then decided against it because when you think of older people standing around…

Music Goes Live in Orleans!

Music Goes Live in Orleans! New Summer Music Festival in Orleans Seeking Local Bands ORLEANS, MA – Local bands, listen up. There’s a new music fest in town: Live in Orleans!, a 6-week music series featuring four bands every Tuesday from July 11-Aug. 15. Concerts will be held from 5-7 p.m. in various locations throughout…

Cape Cod Chamber works with Social Security Administration to host temporary satellite locations

Cape Cod, MA: Beginning April 12th, the Social Security Administration will host satellite locations in Orleans and Provincetown to assist temporary J1 and H2B seasonal workers in finalizing their required applications to begin work with Cape Cod businesses. Snow Library, located at 67 Main Street in Orleans, will host the Social Security Administration on April…

Call for Exhibitors at Lower Cape Home & Garden Expo

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Annual Show Set for April 8th at Cape Cod Regional Tech High School HARWICH, MA – February 14, 2017 – One of the most popular home shows on the Cape is back and looking for exhibitors. Free and open to the public, the Lower Cape Home & Garden Expo returns to Cape Cod Regional Technical…
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