Cleaning of Restrooms Best Practiced Memo
May22

Cleaning of Restrooms Best Practiced Memo

  The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs released a memo detailing best practices for cleaning public restrooms: 5-18-20-eea-covid-19-cleaning-of-restrooms-best-practices

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Investing in the Local Boys & Girls Club Helps Kids Avoid Risky Behaviors
May22

Investing in the Local Boys & Girls Club Helps Kids Avoid Risky Behaviors

The 2019 Data is In! Investing in the Local Boys & Girls Club Helps Kids Avoid Risky Behaviors   Boys & Girls Clubs provide so much, educational and career support, access to healthy snacks and meals; arts, fitness and sports, and right now –live virtual programming as the virtual school day ends, along with online homework help and free tutoring, and a host of online teen programs, including online job skills.  Boys &...

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Boys and Girls Club Neighborhood Initiative to Help Kids Through the Lockdown and Encourage Fitness
May22

Boys and Girls Club Neighborhood Initiative to Help Kids Through the Lockdown and Encourage Fitness

KEEP THEM HOPPING! A BOYS & GIRLS CLUB NEIGHBORHOOD INITIATIVE TO HELP KIDS THROUGH THE LOCKDOWN AND ENCOURAGE FITNESS The Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod is sponsoring a Cape-wide event to help cheer kids up while they are at home, get them out to enjoy the spring weather, and encourage fitness!  It’s called KEEP THEM HOPPING! All homeowners  on Cape Cod have to do to brighten the day of our Cape Cod kids is get out there and...

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Paycheck Protection Program Relief Efforts 
May22

Paycheck Protection Program Relief Efforts 

Paycheck Protection Program Relief Efforts RAM continues to receive questions from members regarding loan forgiveness under the Paycheck Protection Program.  In particular, members are concerned with the lack of clear guidance on how to determine whether borrowed funds will have to be repaid as a loan or forgiven as a grant. In addition, many members still unable to resume operations due to current Government shutdown orders are also...

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All Essential Businesses are Required to Self-certify by May 25th to Remain Open
May22

All Essential Businesses are Required to Self-certify by May 25th to Remain Open

All Essential Businesses are Required to Self-certify by May 25th to Remain Open   Non-essential retail stores continued to be limited in Phase One, with expansion to allow for curbside pickup on May 25th. However, ALL “Essential Businesses” that remain open have until May 25, 2020, to comply and self-certify with the new safety standards.  A COVID-19 control plan template is provided on the state site to satisfy the...

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