January 2015

You are invited to travel the track-ways and motorways that take you from Dublin to Oldcastle and into the Mournes on Thursday, tadalafil see March 12, 2015 at 3:30 p. m. when the Hyannis Public Library presents “Ireland: A Point of View.”

Photographer Matt Weaver will tell you the tale of his lively two-year trek around Ireland.  Matt’s talk is not your typical tourist tale — it’s a pictorial journey ambling along ancient pathways that lead to the urban centers of today’s Ireland.

Do not miss this chance for great armchair travel and to celebrate the Emerald Isle!  The program is free and open to the public.
You are invited to travel the track-ways and motorways that take you from Dublin to Oldcastle and into the Mournes on Thursday, cost March 12, 2015 at 3:30 p. m. when the Hyannis Public Library presents “Ireland: A Point of View.”

Photographer Matt Weaver will tell you the tale of his lively two-year trek around Ireland.  Matt’s talk is not your typical tourist tale — it’s a pictorial journey ambling along ancient pathways that lead to the urban centers of today’s Ireland.

Do not miss this chance for great armchair travel and to celebrate the Emerald Isle!  The program is free and open to the public.
You are invited to travel the trackways and motorways that take you from Dublin to Oldcastle and into the Mournes on Thursday, buy information pills March 12, information pills 2015 at 3:30 p. m. when The Hyannis Public Library presents “Ireland: A Point of View.”

Photographer Matt Weaver will tell you the tale of his lively two-year trek around Ireland.  Matt’s talk is not your typical tourist tale — it’s a pictorial journey ambling along ancient pathways that lead to the urban centers of today’s Ireland.

Do not miss this chance for great armchair travel and to celebrate the Emerald Isle!  The program is free and open to the public.
You are invited to travel the trackways and motorways that take you from Dublin to Oldcastle and into the Mournes on Thursday, buy information pills March 12, information pills 2015 at 3:30 p. m. when The Hyannis Public Library presents “Ireland: A Point of View.”

Photographer Matt Weaver will tell you the tale of his lively two-year trek around Ireland.  Matt’s talk is not your typical tourist tale — it’s a pictorial journey ambling along ancient pathways that lead to the urban centers of today’s Ireland.

Do not miss this chance for great armchair travel and to celebrate the Emerald Isle!  The program is free and open to the public.
Join us at The Hyannis Public Library on Thursday, no rx March 5, 2015 at 6:30 p. m. when neuropsychologist Dr. David Nowell will present “A Parent’s ADHD Overview: 11 Strategies for Common Home and School Challenges.”

This program is free and open to the public but registration is required no later than February 28 by emailing hyannislibrary101@gmail.com or by calling 508-775-2280.
You are invited to travel the trackways and motorways that take you from Dublin to Oldcastle and into the Mournes on Thursday, buy information pills March 12, information pills 2015 at 3:30 p. m. when The Hyannis Public Library presents “Ireland: A Point of View.”

Photographer Matt Weaver will tell you the tale of his lively two-year trek around Ireland.  Matt’s talk is not your typical tourist tale — it’s a pictorial journey ambling along ancient pathways that lead to the urban centers of today’s Ireland.

Do not miss this chance for great armchair travel and to celebrate the Emerald Isle!  The program is free and open to the public.
Join us at The Hyannis Public Library on Thursday, no rx March 5, 2015 at 6:30 p. m. when neuropsychologist Dr. David Nowell will present “A Parent’s ADHD Overview: 11 Strategies for Common Home and School Challenges.”

This program is free and open to the public but registration is required no later than February 28 by emailing hyannislibrary101@gmail.com or by calling 508-775-2280.
Two Artists/Art Educators, here cialis One Medium – Kathy Timmins and Kelly Burdge Inspirations in Watercolor / A Mother Daughter Exhibit On display at Barnstable Town Hall through March 6, salve 2015

-The “Art on Loan” program displays work of local artists on the meeting room walls in Barnstable Town Hall in the Selectmen’s Conference Room and the Town Hall Hearing Room, located on the 2nd floor in Barnstable Town Hall.

“Inspirations in Watercolor / A Mother Daughter Exhibit” features the works of Kathy Timmins and Kelly Burdge, artists and art educators, February 11th through March 6th, 2015.

Kathy Timmins, an artist and art educator, inspired students of all ages for over 30 years.  Now retired, she works in her studio in Bourne.  Her ideas for paintings come from her journeys on Cape Cod and the beauty that she grows in her own backyard.  Gardening has always been a passion of Kathy’s and the fruits of her labors are often the subjects of her paintings.

Kelly Burdge, artist and art educator in her twelfth year currently teaching in the Barnstable Public School system.  Most of Kelly’s paintings start with a feeling or concept.  She uses her background in figure drawing and color theory to create much of her art.  She is also inspired by her trips to the Adirondack’s and early morning kayaking on the lake.

Both artists are available via email at:  Ktimins2@comcast.net and Kelly_burdge@comcast.net and on–line at http://www.Kellyburdgeartteacher.com

The Artwork on Loan program provides a venue for local artists to display their work.  Visitors who use the meeting rooms will discover an inviting and attractive environment and have an opportunity to learn about some of the Cape’s local artists.

For more information on the program, email melissa.hersh@town.barnstable.ma.us Or call 508-862-4767
You are invited to travel the trackways and motorways that take you from Dublin to Oldcastle and into the Mournes on Thursday, buy information pills March 12, information pills 2015 at 3:30 p. m. when The Hyannis Public Library presents “Ireland: A Point of View.”

Photographer Matt Weaver will tell you the tale of his lively two-year trek around Ireland.  Matt’s talk is not your typical tourist tale — it’s a pictorial journey ambling along ancient pathways that lead to the urban centers of today’s Ireland.

Do not miss this chance for great armchair travel and to celebrate the Emerald Isle!  The program is free and open to the public.
Join us at The Hyannis Public Library on Thursday, no rx March 5, 2015 at 6:30 p. m. when neuropsychologist Dr. David Nowell will present “A Parent’s ADHD Overview: 11 Strategies for Common Home and School Challenges.”

This program is free and open to the public but registration is required no later than February 28 by emailing hyannislibrary101@gmail.com or by calling 508-775-2280.
Two Artists/Art Educators, here cialis One Medium – Kathy Timmins and Kelly Burdge Inspirations in Watercolor / A Mother Daughter Exhibit On display at Barnstable Town Hall through March 6, salve 2015

-The “Art on Loan” program displays work of local artists on the meeting room walls in Barnstable Town Hall in the Selectmen’s Conference Room and the Town Hall Hearing Room, located on the 2nd floor in Barnstable Town Hall.

“Inspirations in Watercolor / A Mother Daughter Exhibit” features the works of Kathy Timmins and Kelly Burdge, artists and art educators, February 11th through March 6th, 2015.

Kathy Timmins, an artist and art educator, inspired students of all ages for over 30 years.  Now retired, she works in her studio in Bourne.  Her ideas for paintings come from her journeys on Cape Cod and the beauty that she grows in her own backyard.  Gardening has always been a passion of Kathy’s and the fruits of her labors are often the subjects of her paintings.

Kelly Burdge, artist and art educator in her twelfth year currently teaching in the Barnstable Public School system.  Most of Kelly’s paintings start with a feeling or concept.  She uses her background in figure drawing and color theory to create much of her art.  She is also inspired by her trips to the Adirondack’s and early morning kayaking on the lake.

Both artists are available via email at:  Ktimins2@comcast.net and Kelly_burdge@comcast.net and on–line at http://www.Kellyburdgeartteacher.com

The Artwork on Loan program provides a venue for local artists to display their work.  Visitors who use the meeting rooms will discover an inviting and attractive environment and have an opportunity to learn about some of the Cape’s local artists.

For more information on the program, email melissa.hersh@town.barnstable.ma.us Or call 508-862-4767
Two Artists/Art Educators, thumb One Medium – Kathy Timmins and Kelly Burdge Inspirations in Watercolor / A Mother Daughter Exhibit On display at Barnstable Town Hall through March 6, pills 2015

-The “Art on Loan” program displays work of local artists on the meeting room walls in Barnstable Town Hall in the Selectmen’s Conference Room and the Town Hall Hearing Room, located on the 2nd floor in Barnstable Town Hall.

“Inspirations in Watercolor / A Mother Daughter Exhibit” features the works of Kathy Timmins and Kelly Burdge, artists and art educators, February 11th through March 6th, 2015.

Kathy Timmins, an artist and art educator, inspired students of all ages for over 30 years.  Now retired, she works in her studio in Bourne.  Her ideas for paintings come from her journeys on Cape Cod and the beauty that she grows in her own backyard.  Gardening has always been a passion of Kathy’s and the fruits of her labors are often the subjects of her paintings.

Kelly Burdge, artist and art educator in her twelfth year currently teaching in the Barnstable Public School system.  Most of Kelly’s paintings start with a feeling or concept.  She uses her background in figure drawing and color theory to create much of her art.  She is also inspired by her trips to the Adirondack’s and early morning kayaking on the lake.

Both artists are available via email at:  Ktimins2@comcast.net and Kelly_burdge@comcast.net and on–line at http://www.Kellyburdgeartteacher.com

The Artwork on Loan program provides a venue for local artists to display their work.  Visitors who use the meeting rooms will discover an inviting and attractive environment and have an opportunity to learn about some of the Cape’s local artists.

For more information on the program, email melissa.hersh@town.barnstable.ma.us Or call 508-862-4767
You are invited to travel the trackways and motorways that take you from Dublin to Oldcastle and into the Mournes on Thursday, buy information pills March 12, information pills 2015 at 3:30 p. m. when The Hyannis Public Library presents “Ireland: A Point of View.”

Photographer Matt Weaver will tell you the tale of his lively two-year trek around Ireland.  Matt’s talk is not your typical tourist tale — it’s a pictorial journey ambling along ancient pathways that lead to the urban centers of today’s Ireland.

Do not miss this chance for great armchair travel and to celebrate the Emerald Isle!  The program is free and open to the public.
Join us at The Hyannis Public Library on Thursday, no rx March 5, 2015 at 6:30 p. m. when neuropsychologist Dr. David Nowell will present “A Parent’s ADHD Overview: 11 Strategies for Common Home and School Challenges.”

This program is free and open to the public but registration is required no later than February 28 by emailing hyannislibrary101@gmail.com or by calling 508-775-2280.
Two Artists/Art Educators, here cialis One Medium – Kathy Timmins and Kelly Burdge Inspirations in Watercolor / A Mother Daughter Exhibit On display at Barnstable Town Hall through March 6, salve 2015

-The “Art on Loan” program displays work of local artists on the meeting room walls in Barnstable Town Hall in the Selectmen’s Conference Room and the Town Hall Hearing Room, located on the 2nd floor in Barnstable Town Hall.

“Inspirations in Watercolor / A Mother Daughter Exhibit” features the works of Kathy Timmins and Kelly Burdge, artists and art educators, February 11th through March 6th, 2015.

Kathy Timmins, an artist and art educator, inspired students of all ages for over 30 years.  Now retired, she works in her studio in Bourne.  Her ideas for paintings come from her journeys on Cape Cod and the beauty that she grows in her own backyard.  Gardening has always been a passion of Kathy’s and the fruits of her labors are often the subjects of her paintings.

Kelly Burdge, artist and art educator in her twelfth year currently teaching in the Barnstable Public School system.  Most of Kelly’s paintings start with a feeling or concept.  She uses her background in figure drawing and color theory to create much of her art.  She is also inspired by her trips to the Adirondack’s and early morning kayaking on the lake.

Both artists are available via email at:  Ktimins2@comcast.net and Kelly_burdge@comcast.net and on–line at http://www.Kellyburdgeartteacher.com

The Artwork on Loan program provides a venue for local artists to display their work.  Visitors who use the meeting rooms will discover an inviting and attractive environment and have an opportunity to learn about some of the Cape’s local artists.

For more information on the program, email melissa.hersh@town.barnstable.ma.us Or call 508-862-4767
Two Artists/Art Educators, thumb One Medium – Kathy Timmins and Kelly Burdge Inspirations in Watercolor / A Mother Daughter Exhibit On display at Barnstable Town Hall through March 6, pills 2015

-The “Art on Loan” program displays work of local artists on the meeting room walls in Barnstable Town Hall in the Selectmen’s Conference Room and the Town Hall Hearing Room, located on the 2nd floor in Barnstable Town Hall.

“Inspirations in Watercolor / A Mother Daughter Exhibit” features the works of Kathy Timmins and Kelly Burdge, artists and art educators, February 11th through March 6th, 2015.

Kathy Timmins, an artist and art educator, inspired students of all ages for over 30 years.  Now retired, she works in her studio in Bourne.  Her ideas for paintings come from her journeys on Cape Cod and the beauty that she grows in her own backyard.  Gardening has always been a passion of Kathy’s and the fruits of her labors are often the subjects of her paintings.

Kelly Burdge, artist and art educator in her twelfth year currently teaching in the Barnstable Public School system.  Most of Kelly’s paintings start with a feeling or concept.  She uses her background in figure drawing and color theory to create much of her art.  She is also inspired by her trips to the Adirondack’s and early morning kayaking on the lake.

Both artists are available via email at:  Ktimins2@comcast.net and Kelly_burdge@comcast.net and on–line at http://www.Kellyburdgeartteacher.com

The Artwork on Loan program provides a venue for local artists to display their work.  Visitors who use the meeting rooms will discover an inviting and attractive environment and have an opportunity to learn about some of the Cape’s local artists.

For more information on the program, email melissa.hersh@town.barnstable.ma.us Or call 508-862-4767

GREATER HYANNIS CIVIC ASSSOCIATION

EXECUTIVE BOARD MINUTES

JANUARY 13, ailment 2015

ATTENDING:  Chris Bartley, viagra   Bill Cronin Deb Dagwan, viagra Larry Decker, Alan Goddard, Dave Jones, Deb Krau, Ralph Krau, Tony Pelletier

EXCUSED:    Bob Ciolek, Laura Cronin, Barb Flinn, Ed Mackay, Brad Pfeifer, Uta Quint, Gloria Rudman Kathy Strudwick

President Bill Cronin opened the meeting at 7:05PM

The December 10, 2014 minutes were not received.  They will be voted on at the February 10, 2015 meeting.

Treasurer’s Report:    Balance is $3915.92, the Harbor Lighting program cost $598.00 and the income was $53.00.  Many items can be used for next year and the weather was not conducive for this event.

Correspondence:   The Town of Barnstable sent a thank you letter to the GHCA for helping with the Adopt A Spot  on South Street.

Pres. Bill C. advised that he was on the Sarah Colvin program on the 6th and discussed the HFD issue, parking lots, pay as you throw, the PILOT program, street improvements, homeless issues, expansion of the sewer system, etc.

Old Business:

Membership:  Uta Q. has sent out letters. There have been some requests for bills/invoices which she has responded to.

Main Street Initiative:  Deb K reported that this is now “defunct” and has been replaced with the Day Care Organization.  They are currently seeking funds for 2015-2016.  The Exec. Committee has met with Senator Wolf to seek assistance.  There are now guidelines for Noah.  Dry gets a bed, wet gets a “sleeping mat.”  The total capacity is set at 50, but expands with the cold weather.

Fire Department report: The building needs repair and there are reported illnesses from mold.  The “OPM” is currently working for free(?)  And no action has been taken by the Administration or   the   Commissioners.   Ralph K. did ask at the January 5th meeting at the HFD for the amount of money in the Stabilization/Reserve Account  (which has 5% of the total budget being put into this account annually.) Commissioner Paul Sullivan advised that this information would be given on the very next day.  To date no information has been provided.  The GHCA Board was advised that the HFD meets the 2nd & 4th Thursday’s of the month at 7PM.

Problem Properties:    Bill C. advised this topic was on hold as he had not completed all of his research.  Alan G. stated that there was a house on Northport which should be reviewed for this list.

New Business:

Hyannis Parking Lots; Deb D. stated that the Town Council has created a sub committee to review this topic.  The Board asked Deb D. if consideration might be given to include some members of the GHCA on this committee.  The Board advised Bill C. to include this issue with his letter.

By-Law Review:  on hold until Bob C. returns.  Review committee includes Deb & Ralph K.

General GHCA Meeting; It was discussed to hold a meeting in late April or early May as a candidates night for the Hyannis Fire Department.  Suggested dates were the 21st, 23rd, 28th of April and early May. Tony P. to handle.   The election date is May 19th.

The annual GHCA meeting is May 20th, 2015.

Tony P. reported that electric rates are increasing up to 15%.  There are other services who have lower rates, ie., Con. Ed and Viridian.  Tony P. will research who might be able to speak to the Board in February 2015.

Chris B. reported that he did attend a meeting of Mass DOT concerning the road work on Rte #28 from Bearse’s Way to the Airport rotary.  The project will include sidewalks as well as a bike path and will be four lanes with a median.

Alan g. stated that the Patriot did not report on the recent Town of Barnstable Service Awards.

Meeting adjourned at 7:50PM

Respectfully submitted,

Ralph M. Krau, Secretary