The purpose of the Dartmouth Club of Cape Cod is to develop a strong and enduring club structure in order to further the interests, welfare, and educational purposes of Dartmouth College.
Dartmouth alumni/ae, their spouses, Dartmouth parents and guests are invited to the Cape Cod Club's monthly meetings and activities. If you are new to the Cape and Islands, permanent residents or not, the meetings are open to you and offer opportunities to become acquainted with and to enjoy the camaraderie of others with Dartmouth in their background.
Regular monthly meetings are usually held on the fourth Tuesday in September, October, November, January, February, April and May; an annual holiday meeting is held in December and an annual dinner meeting in June.
President: Ward Burian '58 508-945-4855 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Dick Ossen '60 508-362-1739 email@example.com
Secretary: Jim Taylor '57 508-255-4036 firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer & Scholarship Chairman: John Citron '57 508-430-1314 email@example.com
Assistant Treasurer: Joan Keegan W'51 508-896-8038 firstname.lastname@example.org
Book Award Chairman: Brooks Thayer '81 508-255-2133 email@example.com
District Enrollment Director: Tracey Taylor Eastman '87 508-362-1968 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Executive Committee includes the Club Officers, Past Presidents and the following members: Dick Barker '54, Greg Cronin '72, John Damon '61, Ann Evans W'62, Gordon McKean '62, Tom Murphy '60, John Otis '58, Heather Pixley '02, Peter Rufleth '72, Jim Taylor '57, John Trimble '58, Allen Ward '61.
The District Enrollment Director arranges alumni interviews for applicants for admission to the College. This activity occurs each year during the fall and early winter. For information from the Admissions Office click on "Admissions Q & A" Alumnae and alumni interested in participating as interviewers are urged to call Tracey Taylor Eastman '87 at 508-362-1968. email@example.com
The Cape Cod Club provides An Anthology of Robert Frost Poems as the Dartmouth Book Award each spring to outstanding high school juniors from the following schools: Dennis-Yarmouth Regional, Falmouth Academy, Mashpee, Sandwich, Falmouth, Bourne, Barnstable,Harwich, Nauset Regional, Cape Cod Academy, Wareham, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, Chatham and Sturgis.
The Dartmouth Club of Cape Cod Scholarship Fund benefits a Dartmouth undergraduate from the Cape and Islands each year. Donations to the Fund in any denomination are requested in connection with the annual solicitation for membership dues.
Annual Dues of $35 ($25 for graduates in the past 10 ten years) provide support services including Club mailings from Hanover, Book Awards, speakers' travel fees, and memorial and community service donations.
Please include your Scholarship Fund contribution with your dues remittance. Make checks payable to Dartmouth Club of Cape Cod and mail to John Citron '57, Treasurer, P.O. Box 428, South Harwich, MA 02661.
Click here for Membership Dues Form
Please notify Treasurer John Citron of new or changed addresses ... including email addresses. firstname.lastname@example.org
Send email messages regarding this web site to Greg Cronin '72
or to Dick Barker '54 email@example.com
December 10: Holiday Lunch Meeting at The Riverway Lobster House, 1338 N. Main St., S Yarmouth MA (508-398-2172) at 11:30 AM. Entertainment by the singing group The NoteAbles, Program of Christmas carols and Dartmouth songs.
Full Lunch-$25 per person at the door, includes tax and gratuity
Appetizer: Quahog Chowder or Garden Salad
Sliced Sirloin with Madera Demi Glace or Baked Cod with Lobster Sauce or Chicken Francaise. All served with Roasted Potatoes and Vegetable Medley.
Dessert: Red Velvet Cake
Light Lunch-$15 per person at the door, includes tax and gratuity
Chicken Caesar Salad or Cobb Salad (turkey and ham) or Fish and Chips or Roast Beef Sandwich with French Fries
Dessert: Strawberry Shortcake
RSVP by 12/6/13 by emailto Dick Ossen . Please specify appetizer and entree choice.
January 7: Executive Board meets at 11:30 AM at Hyannis Yacht Club.
January 28: Lunch at Hyannis Yacht Club at 11:30 AM. US Army Corps of Engineers Ranger Samantha Gray will present a program on the History of the Cape Cod Canal Cod Canal.
February 16 Sunday: Lunch at Hyannis Yacht Club at 11:30 AM. Group tickets to Cape Cod Symphony in Barnstable. Music of Billy Joel & Elton John at 3:00 PM. NOT CONFIRMED UNTIL RESPONSE.
March: No Scheduled Meeting
April 29: Lunch at Hyannis Yacht Club at 11:30 AM. Adjunct Prof. Richard Shreve of the Tuck School of Business on the subject of Ethics in Business. Prof.Shreve brings a fairly recent and tremendously popular course to Dartmouth. His background combines engineering at Annapolis, MBA from Harvard Business School, an 18-yr career with Morgan Stanley where he was a general partner and finally a Doctorate of Divinity from Yale.
May 6: Executive Board meets at 11:30 AM at Hyannis Yacht Club.
May 27: Lunch at Hyannis Yacht Club 11:30 AM. Speaker John Kissinger on The State of the U.S. Economy. Mr. Kissinger brings 35 years experience in banking, finance and economics.
June 17: Tentative Date for Annual Dinner. Place and Speaker to be announced.