Accomplishments of the Voices of the Village As of August, 2012

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Saturday, rx December 1, pilule 2012

 

Hyannis Inner Harbor and Bismore Park

Please decorate your boat, home or business and participate in this traditional Hyannis event.
genearl poster

Saturday, rx December 1, pilule 2012

 

Hyannis Inner Harbor and Bismore Park

Please decorate your boat, home or business and participate in this traditional Hyannis event.
genearl poster

Saturday, viagra December 1, 2012

 

Hyannis Inner Harbor and Bismore Park

Please decorate your boat, home or business and participate in this traditional Hyannis event.

To be eligible for prizes, complete the registration below.   Prizes will be awarded to the best in each category.

 

Here’s the timetable for the event

  • 4:00 pm   Boats assemble in the Outer Harbor
  • 4:00 pm    Santa is loaded on his boat at Hyannis Marina
  • 4:15 pm   Boats line up off Hyannis Yacht Club
  • 4:30 pm    Boats enter inner harbor and go around 5 times
    • while houses, businesses and the park are lighted
  • 5:30 pm    Santa is unloaded at his designated slip
  • 5:45 pm     Other boats leave harbor
  • 6:30 pm     Winners of the contest are announced on Cool 102 at Bismore Park

 

Harbor Lighting Registration

 

Name _______________________________

Category of entry  (Circle the one that applies)  – Boat  Business  Home

Address  _______________________________

Contact information ____________________________

If boat, name and description of boat _______________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________

If business, name of business ___________________________________________

 

Mail the completed form to:     Greater Hyannis Civic Association,     PO Box 783,     West Hyannisport, MA 02672 or send via email to GreatHyannis@aol.com.
genearl poster

Saturday, rx December 1, pilule 2012

 

Hyannis Inner Harbor and Bismore Park

Please decorate your boat, home or business and participate in this traditional Hyannis event.
genearl poster

Saturday, viagra December 1, 2012

 

Hyannis Inner Harbor and Bismore Park

Please decorate your boat, home or business and participate in this traditional Hyannis event.

To be eligible for prizes, complete the registration below.   Prizes will be awarded to the best in each category.

 

Here’s the timetable for the event

  • 4:00 pm   Boats assemble in the Outer Harbor
  • 4:00 pm    Santa is loaded on his boat at Hyannis Marina
  • 4:15 pm   Boats line up off Hyannis Yacht Club
  • 4:30 pm    Boats enter inner harbor and go around 5 times
    • while houses, businesses and the park are lighted
  • 5:30 pm    Santa is unloaded at his designated slip
  • 5:45 pm     Other boats leave harbor
  • 6:30 pm     Winners of the contest are announced on Cool 102 at Bismore Park

 

Harbor Lighting Registration

 

Name _______________________________

Category of entry  (Circle the one that applies)  – Boat  Business  Home

Address  _______________________________

Contact information ____________________________

If boat, name and description of boat _______________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________

If business, name of business ___________________________________________

 

Mail the completed form to:     Greater Hyannis Civic Association,     PO Box 783,     West Hyannisport, MA 02672 or send via email to GreatHyannis@aol.com.

Greater Hyannis Civic Association

Accomplishments of the Voices of the Village – August 2012

For more information, ambulance contact us at GreatHyannis@aol.com

Voices of the Village – an environment where people can be part of the solution

Creating partnerships with our town officials, nurse businesses, educators and social service agencies

Supporting Our Youth

  • Sponsorships for underprivileged children to many summer programs – memberships donated and /or paid via funds raised by the task force
  • Summer Reading – a annual program  that successfully had the books donated to both the library and the HYCC and coordinating a group of volunteers to work with the kids on their reading
  • Book collection for an early literacy program
  • Each year getting mentors for 13 kindergarten children at Hyannis West with a commitment to stay with them thru the 3rd grade
  • Homework Help Sessions at the HYCC during the school
  • Creating a registry of agencies that can help youth and preparing it to put on the GHCA website

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

  • Prize Winning Float in the town’s 2011 4th of July Parade highlighting Hyannis’s Veteran’s Beach and how well it fits the theme of the parade  – Family, Fun and Freedom
  • Creating a relationship with the Duffy Health Center and Noah so that they can jointly problem solve
  • Creating a model and piloting it on how to create a neighborhood that helps each other including a neighborhood watch – Compass Circle, neighborhoods South of South from Ocean to Sea)
  • Using a train the trainer model, help other neighborhoods begin their support program
  • Facilitate meetings of Neighborhood leaders to share ideas

Landlords, Tenants and Rental Regulations

  • Citizen’s Resource Line (508-862-4925) – Recommending to the town manager and following through on the implementation of a central number and a staff person dedicated to answering the questions related to town regulations and also the non emergency police calls.   This position located within the Regulatory Division follows up to make sure the caller has a satisfactory answer.  Oversite provided by the Town Manager
  • Creating a Frequently Asked Questions and Answers reference sheet for the above person
  • Defining what constitutes a problem property and then applying the criteria to some properties in order to give a list of 5 to the town for help and also drafting these into regulations that that can be enforced
  • Reviewing and making recommendations on changes to  town existing regulations regarding housing and landlords specifically to Chapters 59 and 170