Falmouth VIPS P.S.A.

Falmouth Volunteers In Public Schools (VIPS) encourages, trains, and supports volunteers of all ages to work with students, faculty, and administration and facilitates partnerships between the schools and community.

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Troy's Take, Front Steps Project at Highfield

The Front Steps Project in Falmouth was a local effort conceived by Falmouth realtor Annie Hart Cool and photographer Lee Geishecker, where in exchange for a five-minute portrait session of people at a safe distance, the subjects would agree to a donation to a local charity. The fruits of their labor are now part of an exhibition at Highfield Hall and Gardens. Here’s Troy’s Take.

Sunday, February 7, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: 100th Birthday Celebration

In 1944, a young girl from Vermont decided to serve her country during World War Two by joining the Navy WAVES. A division of the US Navy created to free up men for sea duty, WAVES is an acronym for “Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service.” On January 21st Alice Melevan celebrated her 100th birthday, and FCTV was there for the festivities at Atria Woodbriar.

Sunday, February 7, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Relationship Advice with Patty Burke

Relationships come in many different forms and are an essential part of our human existence. Since we are near Valentine’s Day, this is the perfect time of year to focus our energies on improving our relationships. We checked in with Patty Burke, a local Health and Transformational Coach, for some insight about relationships and how to make them more fulfilling.

Sunday, February 7, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Heart Rocks

You might have noticed that since the spring, someone has been dropping off painted rocks on edges of sidewalks and in front of shops around Falmouth, all bearing the same simple red heart. That “someone” is a local artist whose mission is to make people smile during these challenging times

Sunday, February 7, 2021

Falmouth Annual Fall Town Meeting 2020 Continuation January 25, 2021

Falmouth Annual Fall Town Meeting 2020 Continuation January 25, 2021

Falmouth Annual Fall Town Meeting 2020 Continuation January 25, 2020: The Annual Fall 2020 Town Meeting Continuation was the first all-virtual Town Meeting in Falmouth history. Nine articles were featured on the warrant and only the first three were discussed while the remaining passed in a blanket vote early on in the meeting. Town Meeting Members approved $5,802,500 in capital projects including $870,000 for a new fire engine and $100,000, marked for a reserve fire rescue vehicle to service West Falmouth.

Monday, January 25, 2021

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