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Field Service Technician
(SE MA & RI)
  Compensation:  Negotiable based on relevant experience
  Employment type:  Full-time
SSG  is currently seeking full time qualified  EMERGENCY GENERATOR TECHNICIANS  for immediate openings. This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to grow and learn in a growing, steady, and secure industry that is always changing and challenging. Candidates required to be willing to work long hours when necessary, outdoors year round, have clean driving record, be part of on-call rotation, computer literate, able to read prints and schematics, have their own tools both electrical and mechanical; Diesel & gas engine experience, A/C electrical experience, Automatic transfer switch knowledge, plumbing both gas and exhaust, DOT health card, are SOME of the other experiences that are relevant.

Job requires a candidate who can work and think on their own, analytical mind, common sense, good with customers and customer service; neat, clean, tidy, and organized; willing to invest in learning to continually improve their talent levels.
Company offers competitive wages with all the major benefits; yearly training, company vehicle, cell phones, GPS, laptops, and more provided; health insurance, vaca/sick time, 401k, profit sharing, bonuses, disability and much more.
Maintenance Coordinator
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
·          Gather relevant information from the client and create jobs, sites, clients for new customers requesting to become maintenance customers who are not designated as special.
·          Prepare and send quotes to customers requesting maintenance proposals, or service customers following first service. 
·          Receive signed quotes and upon notification from A/R of received payment, setup up new maintenance calls, and subsequent calls upon renewal of the contract.
·          Work with parts department to ensure parts kits are setup for new maintenance customers.
·          Generate, verify, and print the maintenance calls for each month. Sort staple and file accordingly.
·          Work with the service coordinator to schedule these calls.
·          Verify at the end of each month past due calls and work to schedule them asap.
·          Follow up on open maintenance quotes and renewals.
·          For Bill-After contracts provide completed tickets to A/R for final invoicing once all time and material is entered into work order.
Outside Deck
East Wind Lobster & Grille at Buzzards Bay Marina
2 Main Street
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
(508) 759-1857
Offering Outside Dining
Lunch Dinner
11:30 - 8:00
Plenty of seating on our decks, under our Sperry tent, or on the green.  
We continue curbside service to take home.

Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival
A Summer Garden Celebration
July 10-19, 2020
Reasons to Celebrate!

Hydrangea Fest
Photo Credit: Ben Hughes
The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce has announced at least 25 gardens will open for touring to benefit eight local non-profits during the 2020 Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival.  Now in its sixth year, the event runs rain or shine for ten days starting on Friday, July 10 th in 2020 through Sunday, July 19 th . Gardens are open from 10 AM to 4 PM, and the entry fee is $5.00 per person at each garden.

Cape Cod residents and visitors will have several opportunities to enjoy beautiful gardens and hydrangea events even in a pandemic year (Those touring gardens will wear masks and practice safe social distancing.) In addition to a good show of flowers on the region’s signature plant, there will be several open gardens and virtual learning events during the festival. Some of the normal festival events have been postponed to 2021, but many outdoor garden visits and virtual events will take place this summer.

The Cape Cod Hydrangea Society will present its annual Hydrangea University lectures virtually. The Hydrangea test gardens at Heritage Museums and Gardens will be open during normal museum hours, and other businesses will be holding virtual talks and outdoor tours as well.

Details about open gardens and other events will be posted later in June on the festival website:
Canal Creative Charters

5 Prestwick Road
Bourne, MA 02532
(508) 524-9561

Canal Creative Charters
Whether you’re looking for a few peaceful hours on the water through the Cape Cod Canal or a day with your family and friends celebrating a special occasion and/or a day of shopping in Onset Village, lunch at the Chart Room — Captain Adams will make your day on the Buzzards Bay waters a delight.

Choose morning, afternoon, sunset or full-day charters:

Let's Get Nauti
Full Day Charter - 6 hours
Includes lunch stop for up to 6 persons. Suggested destinations: Cuttyhunk and Elizabeth Islands, Oak Bluffs, Cape Cod Bay and beyond

Anchor & Relax
Half Day Charter - 4 hours
Suggested Destinations: Bassett Island, Phinney’s Cove, Cleveland’s Ledge Lighthouse, Cape Cod Canal/Round Trip

Red Sky at Night is Sailor's Delight
Magical colors of a Buzzards Bay sunset is incredible to witness with a glass of wine and appetizers in hand.

Coffee & Coastal Calmness
Sunrise Charter – 3 hours
Sunset Charter – 2.5 hours
Best times is the morning tranquility of the Buzzards Bay waters and a cup of coffee. 
A Celebration of Life Ashes Scatterings at Sea
Memorial at Sea Aboard the Summer Wind
prayers on your behalf at the Burial at Sea Memorial.
Burial at Sea Prayer: for Sailor
 Oh God, we pray thee that the memory of our (family member, Friend) be ever sacred in our hearts,

SCORE Cape Cod and the Islands is hosting a two-part webinar on eCommerce .

eCommerce - Opening Your Store
Whether you’re a local business looking to expand by offering your products online, or your business is Internet only, these webinars are for you. This two-part series on eCommerce covers the fundamentals of building your online store and attracting customers. In the opening 60-minute webinar you’ll get a grounding in different eCommerce models, selecting your shopping platform, and navigating your way through the options of product sourcing and shipping services. This seminar will provide best in class examples and resources to arm you with showcasing your products effectively for buyers.
eCommerce - Getting Buyers to Your Store
In Part 2 of this eCommerce series we tackle the challenge of attracting potential customers to your online store. Getting your products in front of your target audience involves leveraging the services and tools already offered in the search marketplace. In this second 60-minute webinar you’ll get a foundation in listing your products in Google Product search, options for social media exposure, paid advertising opportunities, and examples of how handcrafting your product descriptions on your website can go a long way to getting found in the search engines.
The workshops will be held remotely through Zoom. Advance registration is required. You must register separately for the two sessions .  You can register using the following links:

As more and more commerce moves on-line, these webinars should help you to take part in this crucial channel for your business.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth resumes elective surgeries, procedures and clinic visits; launches Safe Care initiative 
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth (BID Plymouth), part of Beth Israel Lahey Health (BILH), has resumed non-urgent, elective surgeries, procedures and clinic visits following the state’s lifting of restrictions due to COVID-19 this week. BID Plymouth also announced the launch of BILH Safe Care, a set of rigorous standards to protect the health and safety of patients, visitors and staff. 
As part of the state’s phased re-opening plan, BID Plymouth is again providing a broad range of elective inpatient and outpatient procedures and services, including diagnostic imaging, cardiology, women’s health, and pain management, to name a few. Patients should contact their primary care provider or specialist for more information and to schedule an appointment.
The extraordinary caregivers and staff of BID Plymouth continue to stand ready to meet the health care needs of our patients and our community,” said Kevin Coughlin, president of BID Plymouth. “As we return to providing the in-person services our community needs to remain healthy, we have implemented a number of new safety measures to protect our patients and staff.”
Now in place at BID Plymouth, BILH Safe Care combines new processes, standards and technologies to promote patient safety, including: 
  • A three-point symptom check to confirm patients are not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 before their in-person visit, as well as daily symptom checks for staff;
  • Separate care areas for patients with symptoms or a diagnosis of COVID-19 in the past 21 days;
  • Universal masking requirements for patients, escorts and staff;
  • Enhanced cleaning and disinfection of exam rooms, high-touch areas and common spaces; and
  • Redesigned spaces to accommodate physical distancing and safe pedestrian traffic flow.
We know COVID-19 continues to present significant challenges and members of our community have a lot of questions about in-person health care visits,” said R. Scott Oliver, Chief of Surgery at BID Plymouth. “We want our patients to know that seeking care – whether for a routine check-up, preventative testing, surgery, or an emergency – is important, and BID Plymouth has taken all the steps necessary to assure your safety.”
BID Plymouth also offers telehealth care options for many specialty areas. To learn more about BID Plymouth’s telehealth options, please visit
For more informati on about BILH about BID Plymouth’s Safe Care Plan, please visit .
You are invited to the Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod's
Thursday, June 25, 2020 from 6:00-7:30 PM
We will be honoring our 
2020 Youth of the Year & the 2 Finalists!
These Kids Are Why YOUR Support Has Always Meant So Much -
And Why It Is More Important Than Ever Right NOW!
delivered to your Cape Cod house the week before. 
(We cannot deliver wine Off-Cape
so we will mail you a restaurant gift card of equal value.)
PLUS 3 free bingo cards!  There will be PRIZES!
Tickets: $100
Extra Bingo Cards:$20
How it Works: The event details and link to join in the fun
will be emailed to you when you register! 
Thank you for supporting Cape Cod's kids!
Sponsorship's for the event are deeply appreciated. See the levels below.


We Are Re-Opening This Summer and Need Your help! 
Here's how the Boys & Girls Club  
is serving children and teens on
 Cape Cod RIGHT NOW during this crisis:
* We are creating & running 2 hours of Virtual Live Programming via Zoom every afternoon as we try to replicate the familiar routine of going to school and then going to the Boys & Girls Club. The information about the live daily programming is sent to parents by email and shared on the Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod's Facebook page. Please take a look at some of our offerings and videos there and on the Club's You Tube page.
* We are continuing to provide individual tutoring and homework help - which is particularly important to both kids and parents now that parents have become teachers! 
* We are creating daily pre-taped videos that kids and parents can access anytime on our Face Book or on our YouTube page. 
* All of our small group clubs, like Girl Talk, and the character and leadership groups -Torch Club and Keystone - are continuing to run at their normal days and times.
Our Art Director is providing Arts programming in crafts and music.
Another staff person is doing English language arts programming, and the
Education Director continues to provide live hands-on STEM and science experiences through both live and in pre-taped videos.
* We are doing daily and weekly Fitness Programming & Challenges with the kids
* We are also providing Community-wide events like the Cape wide Drive by Easter Egg Hunt we just completed and are starting a Cape-wide initiative called "Keep the Kids Hopping," a sidewalk Hopscotch event.
The Staff is out doing Drive-By Visits every other week to visit kids and help celebrate their birthdays.
* Teen Programming is also ongoing online every day and has been very well received, with up to 40 teens a day logging on for games, activities, job skills, and just to talk!  
What Can You Do To Help?
We can't do this alone.
* We need YOU more than ever to help us carry out the Club's mission during this crisis!
That's why we created a Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod Covid19 Relief fund!
Please continue to support us by making a donation today.
The best way is to send a check, which saves us credit card fees, or you can go online now with a credit card at  
With new tax incentives, there has never been a better time to support the Club.
* You can also help by being an advocate for the Club. Continue to talk about the important work the Club does & to like and share our posts on your social media and with your email lists!
Thank you for your continued support and care for the children & teens at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Cape Cod
Ruth Provost
Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod
Many Thanks to our E-News Signature Sponsors