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The 42nd running of Falmouth’s World Famous Road Race, from Woods Hole to Falmouth Heights. This year’s broadcast features footage from the starting line on Water Street, including Joan Benoit-Samuelson’s opening comments, both the Women’s and Men’s press trucks along the race, and the exciting finishes: Stephen Sambu’s dominant performance; the three-way battle between the Women’s leaders Betsy Saina, Gemma Steel, and Molly Huddle; and the record-breaking wheelchair finishes of James Senbeta and Tatyana McFadden.
Artwork by Bobbi Bailin will be on display at the Maser Gallery at Falmouth Community Television from September 2 through September 25, 2014. The show is entitled “Dancing on Paper” and the public is invited to the Opening Reception, Sunday, September 7, from 3:00 to 5:00PM.
This Exclusive takes a look at the new Research Vessel Sikuliaq, which was in Woods Hole at the Oceanographic Institute to be configured for her Maiden Voyage. The Sikuliaq (an Inuit word meaning “young ice”) is part of a new fleet of academic research vessels funded by the National Science Foundation. The Sikuliaq will be able to take scientists and their equipment deeper into the Polar regions not possible with previous ships due to thick ice.
We visited the Falmouth Country Club as part of the Worlds Largest Golf Outing in support of the Wounded Warrior Project. The country club was one of more than 120 golf courses participating across the country. We discuss this event and what it means to some Wounded Warriors that participated.