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At a Scramble, Varied Strengths Come Into Play

At a Scramble, Varied Strengths Come Into Play The Eastham Chamber’s Tourney brings people together for fun and charity PROVINCETOWN INDEPENDENT BY RYAN FITZGERALD SEP 22, 2021 EASTHAM — Thunder and rain filled the morning of Thursday, Sept. 16, leaving participants in the annual Eastham Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament wondering if it would go on as […]

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Modern Pilgrim

Modern Pilgrim “One who journeys in foreign lands~ A pilgrim soul” A curiosity for who came before us, and for what’s up ahead It is not uncommon to want to trace our roots—we all have a bit of inner pilgrim in all of us. It’s been sort of a trendy preoccupation over these recent years […]

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THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FENCE – Beauty and Quirkiness in Full Bloom in Eastham

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FENCE Beauty and Quirkiness in Full Bloom in Eastham A garden tour that prides itself on being a little on the wild side THE PROVINCETOWN INDEPENDENT BY EDWARD BOCHES JUL 21, 2021 Nearly 400 garden lovers turned out for the Eastham Garden Tour on July 13, which benefits the town’s […]

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Eastham | Nearly 100 Artists Contribute to Wall Mural in Eastham

A message from Willow Shire: Hi all, It is up! The public mural, delayed a year and a half by Covid, is finally finished and up! Here are a few photos. Last Saturday, July 3rd, about 90 artists picked up a brush and painted on squares which became Eastham’s public mural at the Superette. Artists […]

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Summer’s Coming, Workers Aren’t

Lower Cape TV Noah Johnson 14 May 2021 — EASTHAM, MA — Cape Cod faces a crisis-level seasonal workforce shortage in the build-up to summer 2021, leaving local businesses understaffed and unprepared to operate at full capacity. Many Cape establishments depend on foreign workers with a J-1 or H-2B visa every summer and a rash […]

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EEOC Says Employers May Mandate COVID-19 Vaccinations – Subject to Limitations

On December 16, 2020, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued its first wave of guidance regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. As a general rule, employers may require that their employees take the COVID-19 vaccine, but, there are two major exceptions to this rule based on disability and religion. READ MORE>

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2021 State of the Seashore

Superintendent Brian Carlstrom gives his annual State of the Seashore update in a virtual format for 2021. He is joined by Pete Eisenbarth, President of the Friends of the Cape Cod National Seashore. The presentation is followed by a picture compilation of 2021 park operations. Here is the link: State of the Seashore Presentation: March 2021 – […]

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Postcards From a Pandemic

Become Part of Cape Cod History! Open submissions throughout the duration of the pandemic. In collaboration with the William Brewster Nickerson Cape Cod History Archives, the Cape Pandemic Postcards Project is documenting this unprecedented moment for future generations through essays, stories, poems, and images that capture the social, emotional, spiritual, and economic impact of Covid-19. […]

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Please Share! Announcing Town of Eastham Business Meet-and-Greets, Eastham Business Survey

Hello, friends and colleagues, I hope this email finds you all well. For those who may not know me, my name is Lauren Barker and I am the newly appointed Economic Development Planner for the Town of Eastham. In the coming months, our Town Planning and Economic Development team will be undertaking a series of […]

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Doing Business in Eastham

“Eastham Business Owners/Managers! Join Town of Eastham Planning & Development staff for one of three upcoming “Business Meet-and-Greet” sessions, all taking place remotely via Zoom. Learn about the Town’s latest planning and economic development activities, get your questions answered by Town staff, and share your feedback and experiences on doing business in Eastham. Choose from […]

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