Check out these 18 profiles on 18 people who make the Cape & Islands remarkable!

A Day in the Life: 18 towns and the people that make them remarkable, Annual Guide 2018 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

Upper Cape

Bourne: Col. Virginia Doonan, commander of the 102nd Intelligence Wing at Otis Air National Guard Base

Falmouth: Karen Rinaldo, local artist and community leader

Sandwich: Paula Johnson, executive director of Sandwich Community Television

Mashpee: Rodney Collins, Mashpee town manager and former chief of police

 

A Day in the Life: 18 towns and the people that make them remarkable, Annual Guide 2018 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

Mid Cape

Barnstable: David Kuehn, executive director of the Cotuit Center for the Arts

Yarmouth: Duncan Oliver, local historian and member of the Historical Society of Old Yarmouth

Dennis: Chris Lambton, landscaper and television personality

 

A Day in the Life: 18 towns and the people that make them remarkable, Annual Guide 2018 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

Lower Cape

Brewster: Sally Gunning, author and president of the Brewster Historical Society

Harwich: Leo Cakounes, cranberry farmer and chairman of the Barnstable County Board of Regional Commissioners

Chatham: John Our, fisherman, Chatham native and member of Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance

Orleans: Bonnie Snow, historian, volunteer, researcher and member of the Orleans Historical Society Board of Directors

 

A Day in the Life: 18 towns and the people that make them remarkable, Annual Guide 2018 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

Outer Cape

Eastham: Sarah Wilcox, co-owner of the Eastham Superette and president of the family firm

Wellfleet: Lisa Brown, teacher, activist, world traveler and founder of the Wellfleet OysterFest

Truro: Francie Randolph, artist, co-founder of Truro Agricultural Fair and founder of Sustainable CAPE

Provincetown: Stormy Mayo, founder and director of the Right Whale Ecology Program, Center for Coastal Studies

 

A Day in the Life: 18 towns and the people that make them remarkable, Annual Guide 2018 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

The Islands

Martha’s Vineyard: Bridget Tobin, terminal manager for the  Steamship Authority

Nantucket: Bob Egan, Siasconset native and president emeritus of the Egan Maritime Institute Board of Trustees

Cuttyhunk: Seth Garfield, owner of Cuttyhunk Shellfish, third-generation islander and wearer of many hats