Falmouth SWIFT - Older Women Workers: Employment, Economic Security, and Building Community

In the spring of 2015, a small group of women began meeting in Falmouth because we were concerned about the tenuous economic security of many older women living on Cape Cod. Women, on average, earn less than men over the course of their working lives because they typically have been paid less for full-time work and are more likely to have worked part- time or to have left the workforce to care for children or family members.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Falmouth In Focus - September 16, 2016

Falmouth In Focus Episode 23 - FCTV

This episode of Falmouth in Focus features: the recent local election results, a September 11th memorial ceremony in town, how the school year is going for the Teaticket Elementary School and in their temporary locations, an update from Falmouth Police Chief Dunne, a fishing report from Ryan Collins of My Fishing Cape Cod, an adoptable cat from People for Cats, a benefit concert for Louisiana flood victims, David's Old Silver Swim that raises money for Compassionate Care ALS, a member spotlight on the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce's new show, Troy's Take featuring A

Thursday, September 15, 2016

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