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Published on July 09, 2022

Independence Day: Red, White and Barbecues! Independence Day: Red, White and Barbecues!

A special Fourth of July menu throughout CCHC helped create a celebratory and festive atmosphere

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Food, Fourth and Fun! Earlier this month, Cape Cod Healthcare hosted Independence Day barbecues for staff at Cape Cod Hospital, Falmouth Hospital and North Street offices. The Fourth of July gatherings offered the perfect excuse to take a break, step outside for some fresh air and converse with coworkers on a summer day.

The traditional July Fourth menu featured hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans, corn on the cob, potato and pasta salads, and a refreshing watermelon and berry salad. There were even delicious vegetarian offerings—a black bean veggie burger and incogmeato “chicken” tenders—and sweet treats like chocolate chip cookies and slices of blueberry pie. Employees who worked the overnight shifts were also treated to the special Fourth fare.

We hope you enjoy clicking through the slideshow of photos from Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital on July 1, and the North Street courtyard on July 6.

Happy Summer!

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