GHCA adopts a South Street Traffic Island

Best Decorate House – Richard Grade – Pine Island Yacht Club (Houseboat)

Best Decorated Boat
First Place – Never Ends captained by Troy Wood
Second Place – Outcast captained by Rex Bristol
Honorable Mention –Hyannis Fire Boat entered by Chief Brunelle
Hyannis Yacht Club captained by Jared Wallin

Best Decorated Business –
The Black Cat

STROLL Cookie Winner –
tie Beech Tree Gallery and Boardinghouse

Store Windows
Most Creative – Boardinghouse
Most Classic – Cape Jewelry
Special Mention – Embargo
Best Decorate House – Richard Grade – Pine Island Yacht Club (Houseboat)

Best Decorated Boat
First Place – Never Ends captained by Troy Wood
Second Place – Outcast captained by Rex Bristol
Honorable Mention –Hyannis Fire Boat entered by Chief Brunelle
Hyannis Yacht Club captained by Jared Wallin

Best Decorated Business –
The Black Cat

STROLL Cookie Winner –
tie Beech Tree Gallery and Boardinghouse

Store Windows
Most Creative – Boardinghouse
Most Classic – Cape Jewelry
Special Mention – Embargo
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, medical shop buy cialis contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
Best Decorate House – Richard Grade – Pine Island Yacht Club (Houseboat)

Best Decorated Boat
First Place – Never Ends captained by Troy Wood
Second Place – Outcast captained by Rex Bristol
Honorable Mention –Hyannis Fire Boat entered by Chief Brunelle
Hyannis Yacht Club captained by Jared Wallin

Best Decorated Business –
The Black Cat

STROLL Cookie Winner –
tie Beech Tree Gallery and Boardinghouse

Store Windows
Most Creative – Boardinghouse
Most Classic – Cape Jewelry
Special Mention – Embargo
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, medical shop buy cialis contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, sovaldi contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
Best Decorate House – Richard Grade – Pine Island Yacht Club (Houseboat)

Best Decorated Boat
First Place – Never Ends captained by Troy Wood
Second Place – Outcast captained by Rex Bristol
Honorable Mention –Hyannis Fire Boat entered by Chief Brunelle
Hyannis Yacht Club captained by Jared Wallin

Best Decorated Business –
The Black Cat

STROLL Cookie Winner –
tie Beech Tree Gallery and Boardinghouse

Store Windows
Most Creative – Boardinghouse
Most Classic – Cape Jewelry
Special Mention – Embargo
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, medical shop buy cialis contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, sovaldi contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, tadalafil contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
Best Decorate House – Richard Grade – Pine Island Yacht Club (Houseboat)

Best Decorated Boat
First Place – Never Ends captained by Troy Wood
Second Place – Outcast captained by Rex Bristol
Honorable Mention –Hyannis Fire Boat entered by Chief Brunelle
Hyannis Yacht Club captained by Jared Wallin

Best Decorated Business –
The Black Cat

STROLL Cookie Winner –
tie Beech Tree Gallery and Boardinghouse

Store Windows
Most Creative – Boardinghouse
Most Classic – Cape Jewelry
Special Mention – Embargo
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, medical shop buy cialis contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, sovaldi contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, tadalafil contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, thumb contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
Best Decorate House – Richard Grade – Pine Island Yacht Club (Houseboat)

Best Decorated Boat
First Place – Never Ends captained by Troy Wood
Second Place – Outcast captained by Rex Bristol
Honorable Mention –Hyannis Fire Boat entered by Chief Brunelle
Hyannis Yacht Club captained by Jared Wallin

Best Decorated Business –
The Black Cat

STROLL Cookie Winner –
tie Beech Tree Gallery and Boardinghouse

Store Windows
Most Creative – Boardinghouse
Most Classic – Cape Jewelry
Special Mention – Embargo
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, medical shop buy cialis contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, sovaldi contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, tadalafil contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, thumb contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.

The Voices of the Village Supporting Our Youth Task Force would like to support students in grades 4-8 in Hyannis with the summer reading program. You can help out in the following ways:
  • Volunteer a single day or more as a Mentor/Reader with the kids. You do not have to have pre-read the books. Just
    show up and read to, sovaldi or along with, the kids and then ask them about what they read. 

    • Opportunities exist Monday through Thursday at the Hyannis Library from 11-12 or at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center from 4 to 5. (Urgent help is needed Wednesday and Thursday at the library and Monday and Wednesday at the Youth Center.)
    • You will need to fill out a CORI form at one or both places depending on where you are volunteering, but you can
      begin reading just as long as they have the form.
    • For more information or to volunteer call Moira Bundschuh at 508-827-4045 or email her at moirabundschuh@gmail.com or Barbara Klimm at 508-775-2282 or email her at bc.klimm@comcast.net.
  • The other way to help is to buy some of the summer reading books and give them to the Library or to the Hyannis Youth and Community Center. Many of the summer reading books do not change year-to-year so a purchase made this year would be usable in future years. To see the books and their costs, go to www.barnstable.k12.ma.us/summerreading.  Choose books from grades 4-8.

Best Decorate House – Richard Grade – Pine Island Yacht Club (Houseboat)

Best Decorated Boat
First Place – Never Ends captained by Troy Wood
Second Place – Outcast captained by Rex Bristol
Honorable Mention –Hyannis Fire Boat entered by Chief Brunelle
Hyannis Yacht Club captained by Jared Wallin

Best Decorated Business –
The Black Cat

STROLL Cookie Winner –
tie Beech Tree Gallery and Boardinghouse

Store Windows
Most Creative – Boardinghouse
Most Classic – Cape Jewelry
Special Mention – Embargo
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, medical shop buy cialis contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, sovaldi contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, tadalafil contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force also needs your help.   They have started a Homework Help Program that holds sessions on Monday to
Thursday from 2:30 to 6 pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the United Cultures Resource Room.  Students in Grades 4 to 12 can attend the sessions.  Homework Volunteers are still needed.  The commitment is only 2 sessions per month with a session running from
2:30 to 4:30 PM and another  session running from 4-6 PM.   Even if you can not commit the 2 sessions per month you can still sign up to be a sub.  They are also in the need of supplies.  You can check out their needed supplies on http://www.capecodvolunteers.org/.  There is also a need for some computers that
can do basic word processing and have access to the Internet.  If you would like more information about
being a Homework Helper or if you have a computer that can be donated, thumb contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.

The Voices of the Village Supporting Our Youth Task Force would like to support students in grades 4-8 in Hyannis with the summer reading program. You can help out in the following ways:
  • Volunteer a single day or more as a Mentor/Reader with the kids. You do not have to have pre-read the books. Just
    show up and read to, sovaldi or along with, the kids and then ask them about what they read. 

    • Opportunities exist Monday through Thursday at the Hyannis Library from 11-12 or at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center from 4 to 5. (Urgent help is needed Wednesday and Thursday at the library and Monday and Wednesday at the Youth Center.)
    • You will need to fill out a CORI form at one or both places depending on where you are volunteering, but you can
      begin reading just as long as they have the form.
    • For more information or to volunteer call Moira Bundschuh at 508-827-4045 or email her at moirabundschuh@gmail.com or Barbara Klimm at 508-775-2282 or email her at bc.klimm@comcast.net.
  • The other way to help is to buy some of the summer reading books and give them to the Library or to the Hyannis Youth and Community Center. Many of the summer reading books do not change year-to-year so a purchase made this year would be usable in future years. To see the books and their costs, go to www.barnstable.k12.ma.us/summerreading.  Choose books from grades 4-8.

        Decorate your Boat, pilule Business or Home along the Hyannis Harbor.  Participate in the Boat Parade that brings Santa        to the Hyannis Harbor.  Entertainment while waiting for Santa.   Chowder, hospital chili, viagra coffee, hot chocolate and cookies available for sale.

 

Click here to download the registration form
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force will be collecting new, more about and like-new, adiposity children’s books for
children aged 2-8 to support our Early Literacy Initiative, partnering with the
Barnstable Early Learning/Head Start program and Hyannis West Elementary
School. You can drop them at the Annual Harbor Lighting (by Santa) in Bismore
Park in Hyannis on December 3rd between 4-7pm or at the Hyannis Youth and
Community Center’s United Cultures Resource Room (first door on right) between
3-5:30pm Mondays-Thursdays and Tuesdays from 6-7pm.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force will be collecting new, purchase and like-new, order children’s books for
children aged 2-8 to support our Early Literacy Initiative, more about partnering with the Barnstable Early Learning/Head Start program and Hyannis West Elementary School. You can drop them at the Annual Harbor Lighting (by Santa) in Bismore Park in Hyannis on December 3rd between 4-7pm or at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center’s United Cultures Resource Room (first door on right) between 3-5:30pm Mondays-Thursdays and Tuesdays from 6-7pm.
The Supporting Our Youth Task Force will be collecting new, purchase and like-new, order children’s books for
children aged 2-8 to support our Early Literacy Initiative, more about partnering with the Barnstable Early Learning/Head Start program and Hyannis West Elementary School. You can drop them at the Annual Harbor Lighting (by Santa) in Bismore Park in Hyannis on December 3rd between 4-7pm or at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center’s United Cultures Resource Room (first door on right) between 3-5:30pm Mondays-Thursdays and Tuesdays from 6-7pm.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association has adopted the traffic island at the corner of South and Pleasant Streets.   There are spring bulbs which brighten the area as winter fades away, see and during the summer, pharmacy the volunteers, order led by Milt Berglund, continue to maintain the triangular garden, lush with perrenials.   The garden is a welcome site, providing needed color and beauty to the area.  Drop an email to greathyannis@aol.com if you would like to help maintain this garden.