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CCYP Announces Ambassador Program Honorees

     Cape Cod Young Professionals (CCYP) has announced the first two recipients of its Ambassador to a Cape Business program: the Cape Cod Baseball League and Cape Cod Children’s Place.

     As Ambassadors to a Cape Business, local businesses underwrite a CCYP membership for a non-profit organization or for-profit business. “We are extremely excited to be offering this benefit to our Premier and Underwriter level sponsors, and they are equally as enthusiastic about the program. It’s a great opportunity to be welcoming these non-profits in as partners and celebrating the good work they are doing for our local community,” said Anne Van Vleck, Executive Director of CCYP.

     The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, which was founded in 1855, is the ambassador for the Cape Cod Baseball League.

     “The Cape Cod Five has been a key sponsor of the Cape Cod Baseball League for many years,” said Robert A. Talerman, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer with the Cape Cod Five. “This premier league has been around since 1885, almost as long as the bank. It has long been recognized as the nation’s best summer league by college coaches and professional scouts, and its 10 teams have become major summer attractions, making a significant contribution to the area in a number of ways.”

     Cape Cod Young Professionals (CCYP) has announced the first two recipients of its Ambassador to a Cape Business program: the Cape Cod Baseball League and Cape Cod Children’s Place. 

     As Ambassadors to a Cape Business, local businesses underwrite a CCYP membership for a non-profit organization or for-profit business. “We are extremely excited to be offering this benefit to our Premier and Underwriter level sponsors, and they are equally as enthusiastic about the program.  It’s a great opportunity to be welcoming these non-profits in as partners and celebrating the good work they are doing for our local community,” said Anne Van Vleck, Executive Director of CCYP.

     The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, which was founded in 1855, is the ambassador for the Cape Cod Baseball League.

     “The Cape Cod Five has been a key sponsor of the Cape Cod Baseball League for many years,” said Robert A. Talerman, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer with the Cape Cod Five. “This premier league has been around since 1885, almost as long as the bank. It has long been recognized as the nation’s best summer league by college coaches and professional scouts, and its 10 teams have become major summer attractions, making a significant contribution to the area in a number of ways.”

     “We were delighted to be selected by Cape Cod Five and we are very excited to become an active member with CCYP. We are always looking for ways to connect to the next generation and this is a perfect opportunity to reach out and collaborate. We are very grateful to both the bank and CCYP for this opportunity”, said Judy Walden Scarafile, President of the Cape Cod Baseball League

     Cape Associates, Inc., a custom builder established in 1971 with offices in North Eastham and Yarmouthport, is the ambassador for Cape Cod Children’s Place.

     “Located in Eastham, Cape Cod Children’s Place is a non-profit resource, referral and education center committed to providing high-quality care, support, and advocacy for families with young children,” said Lindsay Cole, Human Resources Manager, with Cape Associates, Inc.. “Cape Cod Children’s Place is helping to sustain a healthy community for Cape Cod’s future and a wonderful resource for our community.”

     CCYP was founded in November 2005 with the idea that Cape Cod could benefit from an organization of young people dedicated to the betterment of the region. Today CCYP is the only organization of its kind serving the region.

     For more information about CCYP, visit www.capecodyoungprofessionals.org.

      “We were delighted to be selected by Cape Cod Five and we are very excited to become an active member with CCYP. We are always looking for ways to connect to the next generation and this is a perfect opportunity to reach out and collaborate. We are very grateful to both the bank and CCYP for this opportunity”, said Judy Walden Scarafile, President of the Cape Cod Baseball League

     Cape Associates, Inc., a custom builder established in 1971 with offices in North Eastham and Yarmouthport, is the ambassador for Cape Cod Children’s Place.

     “Located in Eastham, Cape Cod Children’s Place is a non-profit resource, referral and education center committed to providing high-quality care, support, and advocacy for families with young children,” said Lindsay Cole, Human Resources Manager, with Cape Associates, Inc.. “Cape Cod Children’s Place is helping to sustain a healthy community for Cape Cod’s future and a wonderful resource for our community.”

     CCYP was founded in November 2005 with the idea that Cape Cod could benefit from an organization of young people dedicated to the betterment of the region. Today CCYP is the only organization of its kind serving the region.

For more information about CCYP, visit www.capecodyoungprofessionals.org.

Anne Van Vleck, Executive Director, Cape Cod Young Professionals