Coordinating Committee – Update

The GHCA meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm in the Steamship Authority Conference Room on School Street in Hyannis.  All are welcomed.

viagra approved ‘serif’; font-size: 10pt;”>The 2014/2015 GHCA Membership cards are in and will be mailed out with the new sponsor discounts packet to all paid memberships.

If you haven’t paid your dues, please fill out the GHCA membership form, and send it in today so you can also take advantage of the great savings our local sponsors offer.

We appreciate your support and watch for more special meetings and events throughout the summer.

viagra approved ‘serif’; font-size: 10pt;”>The 2014/2015 GHCA Membership cards are in and will be mailed out with the new sponsor discounts packet to all paid memberships.

If you haven’t paid your dues, please fill out the GHCA membership form, and send it in today so you can also take advantage of the great savings our local sponsors offer.

We appreciate your support and watch for more special meetings and events throughout the summer.

Voices of the Village – Coordinating Committee

It has been six weeks since the May 17th general meeting of the Voices of the Village sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association.  As you can see from our weekly articles, medical the task forces are making great progress.    The task forces are coordinated by a committee composed of Greater Hyannis Civic Association board members – Bill Cronin, buy cialis GHCA president, pilule Deb Krau, GHCA Vice President, Ralph Krau, GHCA Executive Secretary,  board members Bob Ciolek and Laura Cronin and member Irene Aylmer.  The coordinating committee provides assistance to moving the task forces forward and helping to eliminate duplication.

In addition under the leadership  of the Neighborhood Task Force, the Voices of the Village will have a float in the town’s 4th of the July Parade.   In thinking of the parade theme “Family, Fun, Freedom”,   it became obvious that Veteran’s Park in Hyannis perfectly represented the theme.  So it will be depicted on our 32 foot float in the parade.  Show your support of Hyannis by joining the group marching with the float.  You can meet the float on Old Colony Rd at about 3:45 pm.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association will again be running its Decorate Your Bike, Carriage, Wagon Contest on the 4th of July.  The contest will begin at 3:15 PM with registration on the village green near the band shell.   The contest is open to all children 12 and under.  After the judging and awarding of prizes, the kids will join the parade and lead our float down Main Street.  As always parents are welcome to be in the parade with their  children.  Remember bike helmets are required to be in the parade.  Another great opportunity for family fun in Hyannis.  

Under the leadership of the Marketing Task Force and with the kind donation by Penguin Digital Designs, Main St, Hyannis,  the Greater Hyannis Civic Association now has a website – www.hyanniscivic.com.    It’s a great place to keep track of the accomplishments of the Voices of the Village task forces and to see the other events and happenings of the Civic Association.

See you on the 4th .