October 9, 2014
A tradition since the 1950’s!
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2ND
2:00PM – 4:00PM
CONGRESSMAN BILL KEATING
STATE SENATOR DAN WOLF
ALONG WITH ALL OUR CAPE LEGISLATORS AT THE
BARNSTABLE DEMOCRATIC TOWN COMMITTEE’S
ELECTION RALLY 2014
(A TRADITION SINCE THE 50’S) Read the rest of this entry »
September 24, 2014
Let’s support Brian Mannal!
Friday, September 26, 2014 –
6-8pm 92 Phinney’s Lane, Centerville.
Now that summer is gone and the Cape is ours again, you are invited to enjoy food, drink and music at a fundraiser for Brian’s re-election campaign.
This will be a chance to reconnect with some old friends, meet new ones!
( RSVP 508-790-9407 by Sept. 25.)
September 24, 2014
Please join us for a:
HOME TOWN RECEPTION
Candidate for District Attorney
Join us as we support Rick who served us as a Barnstable Town Councilor for twelve years, as President of the Cotuit Civic Association and Chairman of the Cotuit Fire Prudential Committee.
If you are concerned about our current opiate epidemic, our public safety, quality of life and the future of our children, please join us and support Rick Barry.
Thursday, September 25, 2014
5:30 to 7:30 pm
Cotuit Highground Country Club
31 Crockers Neck Road, Cotuit (google map at bottom of post)
Lite fare and a cash bar
or call Linda: 508-428-4141
To learn more about Rick’s campaign visit his website: http://www.RichardBarry.org
Minimum suggested donation $50
Credit card donations can be made online via Rick’s website.
A message from Rick about who he is and why he is running:
I am a former Assistant District Attorney for the Cape and Islands and currently a criminal lawyer. I have been practicing law on Cape Cod for twenty-four years. I served as a Barnstable Town Councilor for twelve years and continue to be active in the community. My wife and I are raising our two children in Cotuit. I care about the communities here on the Cape and the Islands where my kids are growing up, where my mother has retired, and where my family, friends, and neighbors live.
Why am I running for District Attorney for the Cape and Islands? Read the rest of this entry »