06/21 /17
Barnstable Municipal Airport Manager to retire
After eight years at the helm of Barnstable Municipal Airport, Airport Manager Bud Breault officially notified the Barnstable Airport Commission of his intention to retire at the end of his contract on February 28, 2017. Read more here. 
Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce celebrates 2017 Annual Meeting; inducts new board chair
The 95th Annual Meeting of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce was celebrated on Wednesday, June 7, at Cape Cinema and the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis. Read more here. 
Christin Marshall launches Camp Wild Child, a summer camp that's not for kids
Four years ago, exhausted after a hard day's work as Program Coordinator for Barnstable County AmeriCorps Cape Cod, Christin Marshall heard about a startup weekend at Cape Cod Community College."On a whim, I signed up," she recalls. It was the first of what would be a long period of startup weekends, mentorship programs and, eventually, an MBA − meticulous preparation to lay the groundwork for an entrepreneurial venture she launched last December: Camp Wild Child, a summer camp experience for grown-ups. Read more here.  
Support the MSPCA and get a chance to win a car
Support the MSPCA-Cape Cod by purchasing a ticket for a chance to win a new
2017 Toyota Corolla
. Plus, t he sales tax has already been paid for. The MSPCA-Cape Cod is only selling 1,000 tickets, so get yours before they sell out. Read more here.   


The Law at Work: Minimum wage and wait staff gratuities


By Beth O'Neal, Esq.
My company owns and operates a large resort on Cape Cod. Our facility includes restaurants that are open to the public and also function rooms that are available for private functions (such as weddings and reunions). Our pay structure is different for our employees who work in the restaurant and those who work at private functions. Can you clarify the rules regarding staffers working minimum wage and receiving gratuities? Read the full article here.
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