VOLUNTEERS Each summer we host activities at the Community House that are a treasured feature and tradition in Popponesset. We have many opportunities for children and adult volunteers to join in the fun and help make this summer a success. Please contact us by email or come by the Community House if you’d like to get involved. For a list of this summer’s events you can see the calendar of activities on our website at: CALENDAR.
EMPLOYMENT Each year we are also able to engage some of our young helpers with greater responsibilities and reward them with compensation for their work. The need for these paid helpers depends on the calendar and how many events and participants we have. Priority for these jobs is given to young people who have shown an interest in helping with House events by volunteering and being involved in previous years.
Kids who are interested in paid jobs at the House, please see the link below for hiring guidelines. For more information contact us by email, or by contacting a board member, the House Manager or the Beach Raking Coordinator. Email: email@example.com
Summary Points for PBA Board Meeting April 10, 2021:
PBA Board discussed proposed upgrades for Community House playground and maintenance projects for exterior of the building.
PBA received approval by the Mashpee CONCOM (Conservation Commission) to put in a boardwalk for beach access at Squaws Lane.
SOLITUDE will begin survey work for invasive species work for Dean’s Pond
PBA Board held a virtual meeting to update PBA Homeowners on recent issues including security enhancements for 2021, Community House requirements and upgrades, Spring drain cleanings. It was noted that Save Popponesset Bay will strictly enforce no alcohol on or around the Spit this summer. PBA will continue its policy of no alcohol on its Beaches
Minutes from PBA Board meetings are available to members upon request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PBA began work on boardwalk for beach access at Squaw’s Lane.
PBA continues working closely with the new security provider – Pilgrim Security – to prepare for 2021. PBA Security Committee has been coordinating with Pilgrim and Mashpee town officials to ensure a safe and family friendly summer.Some PBA Homeowners experienced delays in receiving bills for PBA dues. PBA Board members will meet with Mercantile Property (PBA’s billing company) to resolve the delay in mailings this month.
Earth Day cleanup at Dean’s Pond was a success.
PBA House Committee will post information on the Community House hiring process on its website.
Minutes of PBA Board meetings are available to members upon request to email@example.com.