Cape Cod Antique Dealers Association Premier Supports Cape Cod’s Youth

Barnstable woman receives scholarship...

The Cape Cod Antique Dealers Association (CCADA), a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the public’s knowledge and appreciation of antiques, announces the award of its annual scholarship to Brittany Coy.  Each year, the CCADA provides funds to the Cape Cod Community College Educational Foundation to provide a scholarship to one or more Cape Cod Community College graduates who will be pursuing additional studies in the field of art, history, and the decorative arts.

Ms. Coy, who lives in Barnstable, is a Phi Kappa Honor Society member and is pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree in History Education at Bridgewater State University.

The CCADA is a community of antique dealers dedicated to bringing to the public an awareness of and appreciation for antiques and the history that can be learned from them.  CCADA sponsors the two antique shows on Cape Cod each year, one in June and one in August.  Proceeds from these shows help the CCADA fund the scholarship program as well as their Cultural Enrichment Fund, which award grants to historical societies and other nonprofits on Cape Cod for the acquisition or preservation of artifacts of local historical significance.

If you would like additional information about the CCADA’s Scholarship Fund please contact Carl Peterson at 413-626-3436, or visit CCADA’s website at www.ccada.com.


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