National Park Service to Help Fund Captain Penniman House Restoration

COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

EASTHAM – The National Park Service has awarded the Cape Cod National Seashore $85,000 to re-paint the Captain Edward Penniman House in Eastham.

The funding comes from the park service’s Centennial Challenge Fund, which matches the $100,000 pledged by the friends of the Cape Cod National Seashore.

Work to be done on the house includes inspection and repair of the doors, porch, chimneys and storm windows.

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