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Regan, a 6-year old puggle (pug-beagle cross), has been having a great time with his foster mom and his foster brother, a German shepherd. The family cat is another matter entirely, but he is learning to give her space. Regan loves humans and is very fond of kissing. He plays fetch and loves to sit beside you chewing on a tennis ball. He even has a great parlor trick in which he carries two tennis balls in his mouth at the same time!
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we learn about some important steps to take to protect yourself from tick bites, check in with the College Light Opera Company as they wrap up their 2019 season, and look ahead to the forty seventh running of the New Balance Falmouth Road Race. All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, tick-borne diseases like Lyme Disease and others are on the rise, so protecting yourself and your family is very important at all times of the year. We checked in with Larry Dapsis from the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension to get some important information.
The College Light Opera Company is celebrating it’s fifty-first season, staging exciting, fresh productions of classic musicals for the residents of the Cape to enjoy. We stopped in at the historic Highfield Theatre during the Dress Rehearsal for Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic operetta, Ruddigore.
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we check out the newest Falmouth Police Department tool to educate parents about substance abuse, shop at a flea market to benefit local felines, and help cut the ribbon for the new Falmouth Community Media Center. All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus.
The Falmouth Police Department recently invested in a "hidden in plain site" trailer, designed to help educate parents to be able to spot items in their children's bedrooms that may alert them to signs of substance abuse in their home. We took a tour with Sergeant Jamie Donahue to see what’s inside and discuss strategies parents can use to help keep their children free from dangerous behaviors and addictive substances.