The Caroline Fries Endowment was established by a unanimous vote of the board of directors of the Hyannis Youth & Community Center Foundation on April 24, 2009.
The fund is named after Caroline Fries, the beloved manager of the Barnstable High School girls varsity ice hockey team, who lost a courageous battle with a rare form [...]
The center is taking shape!
Barnstable Youth Hockey Enthusiasts raise the $50,000 check presented to the Hyannis Youth & Community Center in January.
Barnstable Town Council President Hank Farnham accepts a $1 million check from Mark Thompson, President of the Lyndon P. Lorusso Foundation for the new Hyannis Youth & Community Center. Joining Mr. Farnham and Mr. Thompson for the ceremony were Dave Chase, President of the Hyannis Youth & Community Center Foundation, Andrew Court, Lorusso Foundation Trustee, [...]
From the Barnstable Patriot October 21, 2004
By David Still II
With another $1 million donation, fund-raising for the Hyannis Youth and Community Center is $1 million over its original $14 million goal, and thats all to the good, according to the organizations president.
The pledge was comes from the Lyndon Paul Lorusso [...]
By David Still II
By the time Governor Mitt Romney signed the supplemental 04 budget last Friday, the $3.5 million for the Hyannis Youth And Community Center was already assured.
The work by Cape legislators, with a big hand from Senate Ways and [...]
Local runner Fred Palmer, senior advisor with Quick & Reilly financial services at Fleet Bank in Cotuit and Falmouth, has raised more than three thousand dollars to date for the Hyannis Youth & Community Center Foundation. Palmer ran in this springs Boston Marathon and despite temperatures approaching 90 degrees, finished the 26-mile course in [...]
The Hyannis Youth & Community Center continues to benefit from the generosity of local runners. Hyannis personal trainer Julie Johnson finished the City of Los Angeles Marathon on March 7 in four hours, seven minutes and 16 seconds. Despite temperatures exceeding 90 degrees, Johnson finished in 44th place in her division, and in the top [...]