Download the Summer 2019 Newsletter –
Photos from the “Last Gasp” Bicycle Fundraiser in September 2018
click here articles essay a man for all seasons https://www.carrollkennelclub.org/phrasing/ged-practice-essay-prompts/6/ best rhetorical analysis essay proofreading services for university appropriate memorial day greeting essay kamagra gel oral 50 mg ajanta can my common app essay be 600 words game www woodlands junior kent sch uk homework greece astacus leptodactylus classification essay autobiography essay https://plastic-pollution.org/trialrx/sildenafil-dose-neonates/31/ essay mobile phone at school see url thesis on a homicide who is the killer enter site source acheter cialis original en ligne sans ordonnance essays on peace and harmony https://ncappa.org/term/essay-about-marriage-and-family-life/4/ 4 memabp powder wirkung viagra eli 20 https://vabf.org/reading/sociology-dissertation/250/ super mustang viagra liver cancer lipitor here https://hobcawbarony.org/coursework/art-in-context-essay/27/ Canadian super store social work dissertation topics follow url a good college essay source http://archive.ceu.edu/store.php?treat=carqueja-viagra-dosage The Last Gasp is an annual fundraising event which was held on September 16th, 2018. Last Gasp benefits deserving Cape Cod non-profit charities. It includes a 62 mile bike ride from Sandwich to Provincetown. In 2018 we had a team of cyclists riding under the name “Team HAH” representing Truro’s Highland Affordable Housing.
Leedara received the 2018 Caroline Herron Award on November 9, 2018.
The Caroline Herron Memorial Award honors individuals or organizations who have evidenced outstanding advocacy for affordable housing on the Outer Cape.
We at HAH are gearing up for our 2019 year of fundraising and advocating for affordable housing in Truro. We are feeling upbeat and positive about future possibilities to add more needed varied housing in our community. Almost everywhere we go lately it seems that we are hearing about the need for affordable housing for our friends and neighbors. Our commitment and work is often challenging, especially when it comes to financing the projects that we encounter. We are only able to do our great work through the mutual commitment and involvement of everyone who is willing to help see our dream become reality. With your help we are hoping to make others’ dreams of living in our community a reality as well.
Happy Winter from The HAH Board of Directors
Kat Black, President