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 May 11, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
 
Barnstable Schools Superintendent
 Jul 13, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
 
Japanese Internment during World War II
 Jul 20, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
 
CEO, Association to Preserve Cape Cod
http://www.apcc.org/
 
 Jul 27, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
 

Rotary Clubs will typically hold between four and six Club Assemblies throughout the year. These periodic meetings take place to ensure strong communication between club leaders, members and district leaders. All members are invited and encouraged to attend and new members are especially encouraged to attend.

The objective of each weekly meeting is to have fun, share a meal with other members and enjoy an engaging presentation. It’s a time to catch up on club news and projects and learn about exciting initiatives within the community.

 Aug 03, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
 

Barbara Robbins has 25 years of experience in corporate social responsibility, community relations, corporate philanthropy and education initiatives. She recently worked in the Barnstable Public Schools in their School-to-Career programs at Hyannis West and Barnstable United. Currently, Barbara works as the Volunteer Coordinator for Cape Cod Child Development and manages the recruitment and expansion of volunteer programs across the organization cape-wide. She has also served for 5 years as a member of the Board of Directors of the Cape Cod YMCA.

Barbara holds a Bachelor’s degree from Bridgewater State College and a Master of Arts degree from Assumption College.

Barbara Robbins
 Aug 10, 2017
 

Cape Cod Child Development

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers play a special role in the day-to-day program at Cape Cod Child Development. To share your talents—whether by reading to children in a classroom, landscaping grounds at a classroom site or playing a leadership role with the Board of Directors—Cape Cod Child Development has just what you are looking for. With program classrooms and sites all throughout Cape Cod and in Wareham, we probably have   needs that fit your interests, talents and schedules.

Call our agency Volunteer Coordinator, Barbara Robbins for more information at 508-775-6240 or 800-974-8860. Or email her at brobbins@cccdp.org

 Aug 10, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
 

It's always fun and fascinating to learn more about our Club Members.

Member Classification Talks
 Aug 17, 2017
 
 Aug 17, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
 

A Facility providing Alternative solutions to address health concerns.

Robert Callahan
 Aug 24, 2017
 

Catherine Baker was adopted from Lima, Peru as a baby, and raised on Cape Cod. After graduating from Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School in 2009, Catherine received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Endicott College in 2013. She returned to the Cape after graduation, and completed a summer internship at the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod (AFCC) managing their Annual Pops by the Sea & Pops in the Park Auctions. She was promoted to a full-time position in the fall, and enjoyed working at the AFCC for over a year. Catherine started working for CCYP in May 2015 as their Office Administrator, and was recently promoted to Operations Manager in January 2017.

She is extremely passionate about working for a non-profit organization that strives to retain, and recruit young professionals on Cape. Her roots run deep in the sand of Cape Cod, and she is proud to play a role in the Shape the Cape movement. CCYP has a full-time staff of two, 15 Board of Directors, over 100 volunteers, and 1,200+ members!

Catherine Baker
 Aug 31, 2017
 

A wonderful opportunity to learn more about our Club Members.

Member Classification Talks
 Sep 07, 2017
 
Hillary Greene
 Sep 14, 2017
 

Mariana Costa at the age of 17 years old, stayed in the United States alone. Without the financial support of her parents and with a limited knowledge of the English language, Mariana had zero connections and no idea how she would survive financially. From living out of her car to starting a life of her own with just under $100 in her pocket, Mariana set out to pursue her DREAM.  Today, she leads her team as the Founder and CEO of DREAM Homes & Estates International and DREAM Business Solutions.

 

She coaches real estate agents and start up businesses worldwide, sharing the principles that took her from dreaming to living her dream. In this book, Mariana shares her story from struggle to living the life she has always wanted to live, empowering you to breakthrough whatever is holding you back. So dream on in, and get ready to explore this behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to go from having a dream to conquering it.

Her mission is to inspire those who believe in the power of having a dream and pursuing it with such intense passion & belief in themselves that any challenges along the way are small in comparison to the dreams you hold dear in your heart. Her story will continue to inspire many out there looking for a way to make a difference in their lives and the lives of many others around the world.

Marianna Costa Brown
 Sep 21, 2017
 

Major Crisis Relief Fund

In the wake of the potential devastation caused by a major natural, man-made, or terrorist disaster, many Cape Cod residents will find themselves in need of financial and other types of assistance. The Cape Cod Times Needy Fund's Major Crisis Relief Fund was established with the intention of helping our community members in the aftermath of such a disaster. The goal of the fund is to establish resources and partnerships prior to a disaster that will then be directly available to address the needs of individuals and families which are unmet by traditional forms of disaster aid. 

The Major Crisis Relief Fund was established in 2016 by the Cape Cod Times Needy Fund, a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization, to fill existing service gaps in private and public funding for crises, particularly in terms of long-term recovery assistance.  While the Needy Fund provides urgent financial assistance throughout the year to individuals and families residing on the Cape and Islands who are experiencing temporary financial hardship, it could not meet a dramatic increase in unmet needs following a disaster such as Hurricane Sandy. In the past few weeks Hurricanes Harvey and  Irma have caused heartbreaking devastation. The recent natural  disaster on September 8, 2017 in Mexico was a magnitude 8.1 earthquake.  The MCRF was created to provide humanitarian aid on the Cape and Islands during major crises.

Guest speakers September 28

Kathey Fulham Parcels, CPA   recently sold her Certified Public Accounting practice that was in the Village of Osterville for 26 years.  She is on the Advisory Committee of Major Crisis Relief Fund and the Advisory Committee for the Cape Symphony and Conservatory. She was a member of the Rotary Club of Osterville. She has spoken to Hyannis and the Osterville Rotary when she Chair of the Making Strides Against Cancer of the Cape and Islands.  

Joseph Gordon is the Director of Volunteers for the Leadership Team of the MCRF. He is from Bourne, Massachusetts and is the Emergency Management Director for the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office on Cape Cod where he’s been employed for more than 13 years.  Joe serves on the Barnstable County Regional Emergency Planning Committee, the Barnstable County Incident Management Team, Town of Falmouth and Town of Bourne Local Emergency Planning Committees, and he’s the Chairman of the Cape Cod Citizen Corps Council which is the umbrella organization for all Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters.

Kathy Fulham Parcels and Joseph Gordon
 Sep 28, 2017
 
Elizabeth Wurfbain and John Cotellessa
 Oct 05, 2017
 
 
Total Athletics Club
 Oct 19, 2017
 
 
Members
 Nov 02, 2017
 
 Nov 07, 2017
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
 

http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us/cfac/

Lillian Woo is the clerk for the Comprehensive Financial Advisory Committee for the Town of Barnstable.

Lillian Woo
 Nov 09, 2017
 
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