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In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we’ll check in with Peter McConarty from the Town of Falmouth about the progress of road work on problem intersections, stop by Menauhant Beach as Rotary volunteers work to keep the Town beaches free of trash, and check in with the Falmouth Public Schools as they kick off a new school year. All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus.
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FCTV Staff and Interns were out in full force to bring you live coverage of the 49th running of the Falmouth Road Race! It was an exciting race from beginning to end. Congratulations to the winners in each class and everyone for completing this year's run from Woods Hole to Falmouth Heights.
2020 Tokyo Olympic Marathon bronze medalist, Molly Seidel, served as the official race starter and joined the ASICS Falmouth Race field of nearly 8,000 registered participants as its very last runner. In support of Tommy’s Place, a vacation home in Falmouth for kids fighting cancer, Falmouth Road Race pledged to donate one dollar for every runner that she passed along the 7-mile course. Tim O’Connell, founder of Tommy’s Place, announced an additional dollar-for-dollar match.
Every summer the Cape becomes a mecca for the nation’s finest collegiate baseball players who come to play in the Cape Cod Baseball League. Along with the athletes, they’re joined by hundreds of college communications students from around the nation who come to get invaluable experience covering the games, the coaches, and the players.
Since the year 2000, the Falmouth Road Race Numbers for Nonprofits program has helped charity partners raise over 45 million dollars and raise awareness for their causes. For some of the more than one hundred and sixty organizations, the ASICS Falmouth Road Race is their most significant source of income.