Jeff Perry joins Board of Directors of Cape Cod Children's Museum

Jeff Perry: Just what the kids need

Doing nothing as a subordinate strip searched two underage girls while a Wareham Policeman, Jeff Perry is now a 'Special Deputy' (read heir apparent) to Barnstable County Sheriff James Cummings. 

Perry's Facebook page proudly announced his recent appointment to the Board of Directors of the Cape Cod Children's Museum.

The museum hosts events like the recent 4th annual Military Appreciation Family Fun Day featuring "Humvees, International Troop Transport, 25' rescue boat, Q36 radar system, Ordinance Robot, Child Identification Services, Wii games and Ronald McDonald.

This fun event was sponsored by - wait for it...

Barnstable County Sheriff's Department and...

Jeff  Perry announced his appointment like a political candidate, is he be planning to run for office again so soon?

Best Buy - they must sell Wii products

National Guard - it's never too early to start recruiting

New York Life - try as you might to make military life look like fun, soldiers need life insurance

Ronald McDonald - Hired to distract and entertain, secretly trying to lure children to grow up and work for low wages at McDonalds - not for low wages in the military.

It took some digging to find information on the Cape Cod Children's Museum because that is the d/b/a name, not legal name of the organization.  The legal name is Children's Discovery Museum of Cape Cod, Inc.  Here's a link to a website with non-profit tax returns.

Jeff  Perry announced his appointment to the Board of Directors  like a political candidate - could he be planning to run for office again so soon?

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