Kyle Hogan of Falmouth High School wins 3rd place in the Arts Foundation Cape Wide Student Art Scholarship Competition


The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod unveiled the 29th annual Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea Commemorative Painting at the Osterville Historical Museum on Tuesday May 27, 2014IMG_20140527_182616



On hand for the celebration was Kyle Hogan of Falmouth High School, 3rd place winner in the Arts Foundation Cape Wide Student Art Scholarship Competition and his mother Karen Hogan

Mark your calander for the 29th Annual Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea Concert on Sunday August 10, 2014 at Hyannis Village Green, for more information:

Connor Moulton of Falmouth High School Earns First Honors at The Secretary’s Awards for Excellence in Energy and Environmental Education


BOSTON- On Tuesday, May 6th 2014, Connor Moulton of Falmouth High school traveled with family and friends to the State House in Boston where he received First Honors at The Secretary’s Awards for Excellence in Energy and Environmental Education for successfully building an electric car.  Secretary Sullivan presented Connor with the award and $400.00 for Falmouth High School in his name praising him for his hard work, initiative, motivation and the success of his project. Also there to recognize Connor was Representative Tim Madden who nominated him for the award and presented him with a citation from the House of Representatives, Connors parents Michelle and Stephen Moulton, his grandmother Carol Regan, and Connor’s mentors Charles (Chip) S. Worrilow and Ned Forrester.

The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) in collaboration with the Secretary’s Advisory Group on Energy and Environmental Education (SAGEE) and the Massachusetts Environmental Trust (MET) conducts an annual awards program to recognize schools and teachers (K-12 ) across the Commonwealth for their outstanding efforts in furthering energy and environmental education initiatives at their schools.

 Congratulations Connor!

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67th Annual Student Government Day at the State House in Boston

BOSTON – State Representative Timothy R. Madden (Barnstable, Dukes & Nantucket) would like to congratulate the students in his district that represented their High Schools in this years, the 67th Annual Student Government Day at the State House in Boston earlie this month. Participants included James Driscoll and Sara Buscher of Falmouth High School, August Welles and Russell Shapiro of Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School and Grace Mulcahy and Olivia Slade of Nantucket High School.

Since 1947, Student Government Day has afforded students from across the Commonwealth an opportunity to take on the roles of Governor, state legislators, constitutional officers and court justices to see what it is like to “run” State Government.

All five students in attendance were assigned as members of the House of Representatives and participated in events in the House Chamber.  They engaged in mock debates, simulated Committee hearings and formal Senate and House  sessions while shadowing their assigned official.

“It was wonderful to see so many students from the district in the building and participating in this unique experience including spending the day with government officials and observing the process of government first hand,” said “Representative Madden. “I was pleased to have the oppertunity to see Thomas, Vincent and Nikolay again as well as meet Meghan and Kevin for the first time”.

Student Government Day participants are selected by a process similar to local elections. Elections to select student delegates and their alternates are traditionally held in high schools throughout the state on the first Tuesday in November.

The Samaritans on Cape Cod and the Islands at the State House to receive an award

The Samaritans on Cape Cod and the Islands received an award for their dedication to raising awareness about and preventing suicide. Senate President Therese Murray presented the MCSP Leadership in Suicide Prevention Award to the Samaritans and executive director Stephanie Kelly. The group was also presented with a citation from Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo and Representatives Timothy Madden and David Vieira. Members of the Samaritans who attended the event last Monday at the State House were, from left, board member Patti Haney, board president Monica Hough, Ms. Kelly with her husband, Jeff Schlueter, and volunteer Holly Wilson.

Falmouth Human Services Committee hosts Affordable Care Act Community Forum

Falmouth Human Services Committee hosts Affordable Care Act Community Forum

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February 27, 2014
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Atria Woodbriar Place
389 Gifford St Falmouth
For information about the event contact Falmouth Human Services at 508-548-0533


Derrill Bazzy and Philippe Jordi received Kuehn Community Preservation Awards

From left, Representative Tim Madden, Derrill Bazzy, Philippe Jordi, and Massachusetts Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo at the 3rd Annual Kuehn Community Preservation Awards ceremony in Boston

Derrill Bazzy of Aquinnah and Philippe Jordi of West Tisbury were two of ten “Community Preservation Heroes” selected statewide and honored by the Community Preservation Coalition at a ceremony Tuesday at the State House in Boston.

The two Islanders received Kuehn Community Preservation Awards, named for Robert H. Kuehn Jr., who was instrumental in the drafting and passage of the Community Preservation Act (CPA) in Massachusetts, signed into law in 2000. They also received citations from the Massachusetts House of Representatives, presented by Representative Tim Madden, and congratulations from Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo.

The Kuehn Community Preservation Awards honor individuals who have made significant contributions to the CPA’s success in communities across the state, and whose work best exemplifies the spirit of Mr. Kuehn’s legacy, according to a press release.

Mr. Bazzy was recognized for his work as chairman of Aquinnah’s Community Preservation Committee since its start in 2002. Mr. Jordi, the Executive Director of the Island Housing Trust, was recognized for his work over the last 17 years as a developer and manager of affordable community housing for the Island Housing Trust and the Dukes County Regional Housing Authority.

CPA funding comes from a surcharge of up to three percent on property taxes, plus a variable state match from real estate deed recording fees, to raise money for open space, historic preservation, affordable housing, and outdoor recreation.

Bridge Work Alert – Sagamore Bridge

Bridge Work Alert – Sagamore Bridge

Our painting contractor working on the Sagamore Bridge may also perform work on Saturdays with lane restrictions.  Work on Saturdays will be done as needed to make up for weather delays that may occur during each work week.  The revised work schedule is Monday through Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., depending on weather.  Travel lanes will be open each night and on Sundays.  Work accomplished during this winter will help reduce the duration of lane restrictions needed in the spring of 2014 to complete the painting work.

Bridge Work Alert Team