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: Peter Rufleth '72 508-771-2969 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Ward Burian '58 508-945-4855 email@example.com
Secretary: Dick Ossen '60 508-362-1739 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, Jack Cramer '57, Greg Cronin '72, Bill Cutcliffe '58, John Damon '61, Ann Evans W'62, Day Mount '62, Tom Murphy '60, John Otis '58, Heather Pixley '02, Tom Reilly '60, David Rubin '56, Jim Taylor '57, John Trimble '58, Lou Turner '55, 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 "Notes to Interviewers" 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
Tuesday, May 28, 2013 Luncheon meeting at the Old Yarmouth Inn , 223 Rte 6A, Yarmouthport
Social time at 11:30 AM, luncheon at 12:00
Guest Speaker: Charles Bartlett, President of the Chatham Marconi Center
The Chatham Marconi Center (CMMC) was established in 2002 with the aims of preserving the former Marconi/RCA wireless receiving station in Chatham and utilizing that facility to support science and technology education in the Cape Cod public schools. Dr. Bartlett will recount the story of the major events that led to the opening of the museum and highlight major attractions, with an overview of the progress CMMC is making towards becoming a center for science, technology, engineering and mathematics education on the Cape.
Charles Bartlett earned his Ph.D. from MIT and worked for 26 years at Bell Laboratories. He left his position as Technical Development Director in 1995 to accept an appointment as Industry Professor and Director of the graduate Manufacturing Engineering program at Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, NY. He retired in 2001. Chuck has a longstanding interest in Chathams's maritime heritage and is currently president of the CMMC.
First Course: choice of Chef Soup of the Day, Caesar Salad or Mixed Green Salad
Entree selection-choice of
Hoisin and Beer glazed Short Rib over mashed potatoes, with snow peas and crunchy onions
Pan Seared Salmon Filet, topped with a soy, Seville orange and horseradish glaze over a warm couscous salad with pistachios, roasted red peppers, cucumbers and Mandarin orangesor
Spinach, Green Onion and Gruyere Quiche, with a Harvest salad of greens, grape tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion and shredded carrots with Zinfandel vinaigrette
Dessert: Strawberry-Rhubarb Shortcake with whipped cream
Cost: $30 at the door
RSVP by 5/24/13 to Ward Burian at 508-945-4855 or email Ward Burian . Please specify salad/soup and entree choice.
Tuesday, June 18, 2013 Annual Dinner Meeting at The Ridge Club, 70 Country Club Rd, Sandwich MA
6:00 PM Cocktails (cash bar), passed hors d'oeuvres; 7:00 PM Dinner
Featuring Martha Johnson Beattie '76, Vice-President for Alumni Relations
Martha Beattie has had a 30-year career as a teacher of math, a crew coach, and a volunteer leader and board member for a range of charities and schools. "The common theme throughout Martha's career has been her focus on inspiring peole to work toward a common goal, and her impressive record of developing their skills and knowledge, enabling them to succeed," said Senior Vice President for Advancement Carolyn Pelzel. "Her passion for and knowledge of Dartmouth will help us serve and engage alumni in the years to come."
The vice president for Alumni Relations is charged with strengthening connections with Dartmouth's 70,000 alumni and engaging them in the life of the College. As a member of the senior leadership team within the Advancement division,, the vice president also plays an active role with colleagues in developing strategies for outreach to alumni and parents, communications, and fundraising.
Appetizer: Classic Caesar Salad
Entree: Choice of Herb Crumb Haddock or Salmon with Lemon Butter or Slow Roasted Prime Rib.
Seasonal Vegetables and Mashed Potatoes, Warm Rolls and whipped butter
Dessert: Classic Creme Brulee
Coffee or Tea
Cost: $65 per person (tax and gratuity included). Paid reservations by Thursday, June 13, 2013, please.
click here for dinner reservation form