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Announcements: September 7, 2017

Beach walkers wanted

Do you enjoy walking on Truro’s beaches?  Could you spend an hour or two picking up trash on the beach?  Truro’s CERT members in collaboration with Truro’s town offices of Conservation, DPW, Beaches, and Recreation is sponsoring a September beach clean-up.

Come clean up one of the four ocean-side beaches September 9 at 8:30 a.m.:

• If you want to walk on High Head, Head of the Meadow, or Coast Guard beach, meet at the Head of the Meadow parking lot.

• If you want to walk Ballston Beach, meet at the Ballston Beach parking lot.

Trash bags, gloves, and water will be provided.

Sign up online at or just come on by on Saturday.  If you have questions, contact Emily Beebe, Assistant Health and Conservation Agent, at [email protected].

Applications for 2018 Cultural Council grants now being accepted

Proposals for programs in the arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences are all now being accepted, provided they benefit the Wellfleet community. These grants can support a wide range of local projects and activities such as: exhibitions; live performances; publications; workshops; classes; special events…and more!
Need help with your proposal? The Council will hold a live Help Desk session Saturday, September 23, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Wellfleet Council on Aging. Alternately, you can reach the Council anytime via email: [email protected] if you have questions or get stuck.

The Wellfleet Cultural Council is funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and by the Town of Wellfleet. Last year, the Wellfleet Cultural Council made 25 grants totaling $7,800.

Proposals may be submitted either in paper or online formats. The option to
apply online is new this year. You can access the application forms here: All proposals must either be completed online, postmarked, or stamped received at the Wellfleet Town Hall Clerk’s Office by the October 16 deadline. Late applications are disqualified.

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