Summer Reading 2012

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, rx 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, rx 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, pharm 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, rx 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, pharm 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, try 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, rx 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, pharm 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, try contact
us at GreatHyannis@aol.com.
 

February, store help 2012

                Finalize March General Meeting plans   

                Festival –Are we participating?

                Maritime Maritime Festival (June 9-10) Committee Meets

                Pirates Ball Committee (July 2012) Meets

                General Membership Committee meets – Place for Annual Meeting is selected and confirmed

                Budget generation Committee meets

                Bylaw review committee meets          

                Discount Card Project to begin

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2012

                General Membership Meeting – Monday, March 5th – Meet the Councilors

                Nominating Committee meets

                Garden Committee Organization for next growing season

                Dues notification sent out

                Fathers Day Car Show?

                Fourth of July Parade Committee meets

                                Bike Parade      –       Support of  town (flags, banners, etc)

                                Fourth of July Float?   GHCA Unit?

                Sign up for Participating sponsors for Discount Card begins

April, 2012

                Nominating Committee reports to Board

                Bylaw Review Committee reports to the Board

                Approval of budget for next Fiscal Year

                Filing of all necessary federal and state forms

                August Picnic committee meets

                Second dues notice sent

                Discount cards ordered

May, 2012

                Annual Meeting – Election of Officers – Approval of Finances including Budget

                Approval of bylaw changes (if any)

                Discount cards sent out

June, 2012

                Review of the year – Plan any follow-up

                Fathers Day car show?

                Maritime Festival

July, 2012

                Decorate your Bike Contest

                Fourth of July Parade – Float??

                Pirates Ball

August, 2012

                Harbor Lighting Committee meets

                Annual General Membership meeting and Picnic

September, 2012

                Christmas Party Planning

October, 2012

November, 2012

                Finalize all Harbor Lighting assignments

December, 2012

                Review Committee assignments and add or delete as necessary

                Follow up Harbor Lighting

January, 2013

 

 
The Hyannis Supporting Our Youth Task Force will be hosting a Summer Reading Program this year for students entering grades 4-7. Volunteers will spend one hour per week working with children either 1-on-1 or in small reading groups of the same book to help students complete their required summer reading. If you would be interested in volunteering one hour per week for 6 weeks (July 10-August 16) either Tuesdays or Thursdays 11am-12pm (Hyannis Public Library) or 4-5pm (Hyannis Youth and Community Center) please email us at hysoytaskforce@gmail.com. We will have an Information and Training Session on Monday, information pills June 18th at 4pm at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center’s United Cultures Resource Room.

 

Also, information pills we received wonderful donations of books for our summer reading program last year from Civic Association and Task Force members and would like to continue to supplement our library at in the United Cultures Resource Room at the HYCC. Students will use these books when they are there and we also use them during the year with our Homework Help program. If you would like to purchase (new or gently used) copies of the following books, or make a monetary donation for books (checks payable to the Hyannis Supporting Our Youth Task Force), please email me back at moirabundschuh@gmail.com.

 

Thank you so much for your continued support!