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Stu Peoples

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Employment History

Executive Director

Big Brothers/Big Sisters for the Cape


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jpm: Appalachian Trail Archives

anize.org [cached]

Stu Peoples, the director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod, my former boss and long time friend, hiked 17 miles from Hanover to Lyme, NH (1,750.3 miles) with three boys from the BBBS program.
After yelling at the boys for throwing rocks off a cliff and sticks at each other, Shasta remarked that she'd never heard me yell before. I told her she probably wouldn't again, unless she started throwing sticks at Chardonnay--ha ha.


July 21st, 2004

www.masonicangelfund.org [cached]

Stu Peoples, executive director of Big Brothers/Big Sisters for the Cape and Islands, knows that all too well, after years of dealing with hundreds of children.
That's why during the summer Big Brothers/Big Sisters, which is best known for matching adults with children in a mentoring relationship, focuses on providing camperships for almost 200 Cape and islands children. "Probably the majority of the kids we send to camp are between 7 and 13," Peoples said. "We send kids primarily to residence camps," but some go to day camps on the Cape. "I started this back when I came here 30 years ago and realized we deal primarily with the single parent, primarily the single working mother, and the kids have a lot of time on their hands in the summer," Peoples said. "They're too old for baby sitters and too young to have a summer job. We get the kids into some structured activities so mom doesn't have to worry about them while she's at work." Big Brothers/Big Sisters has contracts with heavily endowed camps that offer substantial savings for financially stressed families. A private four-week summer overnight camp can run up to $6,500. Peoples said the well-regarded Brantwood camp in New Hampshire charges only $250 for 16 days of camp, and Big Brothers/Big Sisters splits the cost with the campers' families.


à la Maison

www.alamaison.com [cached]

BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS - E. Stuart Peoples, Executive Director.
Box 754, Hyannis MA 02601; 1934 Falmouth Road, Centerville MA 02632. (508) 771-5150 or (508) 428-4970 or (508) 255-9445; (No Fax).


www.barnstable-patriot.com

Peoples recognized with an honorary degreeE. Stuart Peoples, executive director of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Cape Cod, was recognized for his efforts with youth at Cape Cod Community College's 2007 Commencement held last Thursday.Peoples received an honorary degree in community service.


www.capecodonline.com

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands, for example, has 200 boys waiting for adult males to serve as matches, according to Stu Peoples, the group's executive director.Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod and the Islands has a difficult time recruiting, Peoples said.Men are desperately wanted since there are so many boys in need of a mentor, Peoples said.Yet she said it's hard to attract young men as volunteers because they are often unsettled in their early 20s.It's also hard to attract retirees, Peoples said."They hear all these stories about 'kids today,'" he said.Peoples is about to retire himself after more than 30 years running the organization.Yet his desire to travel will most likely be hampered by heart-wrenching calls from the state Department of Social Services.They will want him to take yet another foster child, he said.He has fostered more than 50 children so far, he said."The DSS often tells me I'm the only one taking adolescent males," he said.


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