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PSA Day is a day dedicated to the production of Public Service Announcements and open to any nonprofit organization. FCTV offers this service as a means of assisting local organizations and community groups in communicating their mission and services. The next PSA Day at FCTV will be Wednesday, September 12th, 2018.
The fees to participate are $25.00 for FCTV Organizational Members and $125.00 for non-members. This fee covers the production of one PSA. Additional PSA’s may be added for $25 each.
The Cape Cod and South Shore Kennel Clubs get together every year for the Cranberry Cluster Dog show at the Barnstable County Fairgrounds. In addition to the judging of all categories, there were also obedience and rally trials and a first-ever North American diving dogs competition.
The Upper Cape Regional Transfer Station serves as a hub for disposal of non-hazardous solid waste for the Town of Falmouth and the other upper Cape towns. Their goal is to preserve Cape Cod's fragile environment by diverting materials that would otherwise end up in a landfill. We paid them a visit to get a closer look at just what happens after your trash is hauled off.
For the past three years, Falmouth High School has set aside 33 minutes of daily, flexible time used by students for extra help, intervention, support, enrichment, or extension. Called "Clipper Time", this academic time isn't like a traditional study hall or advisory period - it is student-driven, targeted, and academic.
The Southern New England Brotherhood Ride is a bicycle club made up of firefighters, law enforcement officers, and emergency medical personnel, both active and retired whose mission is to honor first responders who have died in the line of duty in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.