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The Happy Hope Factory is a special place where volunteers—called “Hope Heroes”—come to help assemble Happy Hope activity bags and create personalized greeting cards for children hospitalized with chronic or life-threatening illnesses and disabilities. FCTV joined the community volunteers for this special event on the Martin Luther King Day of Giving.
Pearl is a beautiful black domestic short hair female. This lady is 3 3/4 years of age and sports a shiny all black fur coat accented with big expressive green eyes. She is a tad shy, but rapidly warms up and adores attention. This cute also gives hugs and likes to climb onto your shoulder or back. Pearl came to PFC when her previous owner was moving and couldn't take her along.
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we check in with Chief Dunne about the new distracted driving law, stop by the Sea Crest for the annual Martin Luther King Breakfast, visit the Happy Hope Factory as they prepare to spread hope and happiness to hospitalized children nationwide, and much more.
The Protecting Community Television Act has been introduced in both houses of Congress to reverse the FCC action to relieve cable companies of their financial obligations to support local channels in return for exclusive access to the public rights of way.
If your reps aren't co-sponsoring it, ask them!
"Life and Color" - Abstract Liquid Art by Tara Vargas Wallace will be on display at the Gallery at FCTV from February 9, 2019 through March 4, 2020.
Gail Blakely, Culinary Director at Historic Highfield Hall and long-time Falmouth Enterprise Food Columnists, interviews Chef Mike Bullard from Doggz & Hoggz. Mike cooks up some Mac and Cheese with an interesting twist, serves Hot Dogs 3 ways and shares his famous cornbread recipe while relating stories of how he got started with the idea of bringing Doggz & Hoggz to life.
Falmouth, MA - September 20, 2019 - Falmouth Community Television (FCTV), announces the appointment of their CEO Debra Rogers to the Board of Directors of the Alliance for Community Media (ACM) as the ACM Northeast Region Representative.
The Alliance for Community Media (ACM), founded in 1976 represents over 3,000 Public, Educational and Governmental (PEG) access organizations and community media centers throughout the country. The ACM works to protect the interests of these access centers and those who use PEG facilities and equipment to advance their causes through cable television and the Internet.