Cape Cod Women’s Association meets Tuesday, Sept. 12, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 287 Iyanough Road (Route 28), Hyannis.
Whether you own a business, are an employee or in transition, this nonprofit organization brings together women to build relationships professionally and personally, through networking, education and personal development.
The Spotlight Speaker will be Laura Kelley, a landscaper, water quality advocate and president of Protect Our Cape Cod Aquifer, a grass-roots organization helping to protect the quality of life on Cape Cod. She will share simple, cost-effective information on how to lessen the human impact on the Cape’s aquifer, and how she has been working with local governments to change state regulations to protect Cape Cod waters.
The Member Spotlight will be Virginia Scharfenberg, horticulturalist and co-owner of Michael Talbot and Associates, who will talk about “Creating and Caring for Your Beautiful, Low-Maintenance Cape Cod Landscape.”
In addition to raffles towards the CCWA scholarship fund, donations of school supplies will be accepted for various organizations around the Cape.
The cost is $28 for members, $35 for guests.