2017 HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
COLLECTION DAY: Saturday, July 22, 2017
TIME: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
LOCATION: Yarmouth Senior Center
528 Forest Road
W. Yarmouth, MA 02673
What to bring:
Cleaners & Chemicals
Oil-based Paints, Polishes & Stains
Pesticides and Yard Chemicals
*Small Business disposal accepted.
Download your brochure: www.loveyourlocalwater.org
HHW Collections are funded by the Town of Yarmouth and Barnstable County’s Cape Cod
Age-Friendly Yarmouth Community “Shred Event”
When: Saturday, August 19, 2017 from 9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
Location: Yarmouth Senior Center
528 Forest Road,
W. Yarmouth, MA 02673
The Department of Public Works, Waste Management Division in collaboration with Yarmouth Senior Services is happy to sponsor this free event for Yarmouth Residents with funding from a MA DEP Grant.
The secure disposal of outdated documents is an important step in keeping your personal information out of the hands of scammers.
All shredded materials go directly to a recycling distribution center.
Residential Only and no limit!
Shredding service allows you to witness shredding on-site.
Please call 508-394-7606, X 1330 for more information.
YARMOUTH SAND SCULPTURE 2017 CONTEST
STAND BACK! Don’t get too close – Photos taken “inside the rope” or touching the sand
sculptures will be disqualified, and frowned upon in general.
CAPTURE: Take photo.
SEND: Send email to:
SUBJECT: “Yarmouth Sand Sculptures 2017”
INCLUDE: Your Category of Entry, Name, Phone
Number & Address AND attach entry photos.
• ATTACH: Pictures MUST INCLUDE a caption for each and the name of merchant in the email to qualify. (Due to data size, limit each email to 3 attachments.)
• AGREE: By sending this email, you agree to allow the Celebrate Yarmouth committee to use your photos in print and online. Credit will be given to the name included in the email.
WINNING: Anyone who follows the above rules will be
entered to win prizes for gift certificates to local
establishments to be awarded in the following:
Best Collection – Anyone who captures photos of all sculptures and follows the rules will qualify. Due to data size, please limit your photos to 3 per email.
Most Artistic – We’ve had some very creative photos submitted in the past, so let’s see more!
Signature Photo 2017 – Quality counts! If you can only visit one or two sand sculptures, make your photo the best it can be. A prize will be awarded to the person who takes the one photo that could be used in marketing the 2018 Sand Sculpture Trail. This photo must be submitted as a high-resolution (300 dpi) image suitable for print and web use.
Contest ends on Labor Day. Prizes announced on our website Monday September 18, 2017. Check website for winners. www.YarmouthSummerCelebration.com
VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE
Send us an email with a vote for your favorite sculpture (Bass River Beach signature sculpture excluded).
SUBJECT: VOTE 2017
INCLUDE: Merchant and Location of the sculpture. Your votes and comments will be shared with participating merchants! That’s it! HAVE FUN & thank you for sharing your Sand Sculpture photos.
On behalf of the National Council on Aging, I congratulate the Town of Yarmouth’s Intergenerational Age-Friendly Community team on their innovative community building program at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute today. The idea of bringing high school and university students
together with older persons has been supported by NCOA for many years, but this is a unique variation on that theme. By asking our youth to discover a purposeful lifespan that supports
aging in place through Model United Nations adaptations with generational inclusion and by adding a committee on Aging to the traditional Model UN, we are building increased opportunities for
engagement, understanding and action. It would be great to see the “Intergenerational Model United Nations” in communities across the nation.
NCOA applauds the power of “together” in community-building tools like this in collaboration with the World Health Organization Age-Friendly Community Network, AARP and other initiatives,
including the Aging Mastery Program (AMP) which began in Massachusetts and is now in 200+ communities nationwide. Have fun with this, and enjoy one another as you discover yourself,
your purpose and your community in new ways.
President & CEO
National Council on Aging
The library needs a “few good volunteers” to help maintain our beautiful library. No prior experience needed. Please visit our receptionist to fill out a volunteer application. In addition, we have puzzles to loan and large print books available. If you have any extra book ends to donate, please leave them at the front desk. Thank you for your continued interest in your library.
Elder Services Meals on Wheels Volunteers Wanted for Yarmouth!
Find your purpose by delivering meals to our homebound elders in Yarmouth this winter.
It will only take a few hours per week. Deliveries are made from 8-12 Mon-Fri and you
will be reimbursed for your gas. Please contact Gail Murray at 508-398-5060.
Yarmouth Agricultural Commission Seeking New Members
The Yarmouth Agricultural Commission is looking for interested Yarmouth residents who would like to explore the possibility of becoming a commission member. We currently have 3 positions open and meet as needed.
Purpose: The Agricultural Commission's focus is to help maintain agricultural resources in the Town of Yarmouth and create sustainable agricultural development. In addition the committee works toward the preservation and improvement of private and public agricultural land and resources.
Specific Charges: Serve in an advisory role to the Board of Selectmen, the Board of Health and other committees as needed on issues related to agriculture, overseeing the seasonal Farmers Market, Developing and overseeing Yarmouth's Community Gardens.
For more information contact : Nancy Cavanaugh - Chairman firstname.lastname@example.org
Yarmouth, specifically Precincts five and six. He will hold Office hours for ALL residents of the town on the first Friday of the
month from 9:30 to 11:00 A.M. at The Yarmouth Senior Center located at 528 Forest
- Title: Age-Friendly Yarmouth Promotes World Elder
Abuse Awareness Day
Alec Graham, JD, Director of Protective Services with the
Executive Office of Elder Affairs.
2.Title: Age-Friendly Findings Review Community Forum
Jan Mutchler from UMASS Boston will be here to explain age-friendly
framework and to share demographic information about aging in Yarmouth.
A community discussion to identify important issues facing seniors.