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Kathryn J. Edin, best selling author of $2 A Day: Living On Almost Nothing In America, leads a discussion at Falmouth Academy’s Morse Hall. After two decades of groundbreaking research on American poverty, Kathryn Edin noticed something she hadn’t seen before — households surviving on virtually no cash income. The event benefited the Falmouth Service Center who works hand in hand with the community to educate, support, and improve the quality of life of Upper Cape residents in need.
Artwork by Deborah Watson will be on display at the Maser Gallery at Falmouth Community Television from February 7, 2016 through March 4, 2016. The public is invited to the Opening Reception, Sunday, February 7, from 3:00 to 5:00PM.
Deborah Watson was born and raised in Falmouth. Her life has taken her in many directions, from hairdressing school in New Bedford to running a bed and breakfast in Wareham. “I sold some of my artwork to clients and did a couple of art shows there on our property,” she says of her bed and breakfast days.
This episode of Falmouth in Focus includes stories about: Fire Chief Mark D. Sullivan's retirement, the Martin Luther King Day breakfast, a special event with the Falmouth Genealogical Society, updates from the Selectmen's meeting, the Steve Cishek Wiffle Ball Tournament, Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles at the National Marine Life Center, Serenity Farm in East Falmouth, a day in the life of an Animal Control Officer, Troy's Take about residents hopes for the New Year and MORE!