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This is why I don’t trust animals. Golden eagle snatches kid

All you crazy wildlife lovers out there.

‘Ohh look how cute the (insert coyote, red-tailed hawk, wolf, raccoon, whatever) is.”

Meanwhile said animal is plotting 24/7 how it’s gonna eat your ass.

Stay woke my friends.  #staywoke

Cape Ann Wreaths Across America

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In 1992, Morrill Worcester – owner of Worcester Wreath Co. of Harington, Maine –  found himself with a surplus of Christmas wreaths and decided the perfect solution was to bring them to Arlington National Cemetery in order to honor our veterans during the holiday season. Since that time, Wreaths Across America has grown into a national movement, each December covering close to a million veteran’s graves throughout the United States. Cities and towns across the country raise funds in order to purchase Christmas wreaths to decorate the graves of the veterans who are buried in their community.

For the third year in a row, Cape Ann will honor its veterans by placing Christmas wreaths on their graves. The effort has expanded for this year, and, in coordination with Gloucester and Rockport’s veterans’ representatives, and Adam Curcuru, Cape Ann Veterans’ Coordinator, this year 400 wreaths will be placed on veterans’ graves in Gloucester and Rockport. Last year(2017), 345 wreaths were placed, and the first year, (2016), 300 wreaths.

American flags will be placed on the graves of Jewish veterans.

“It is a testament to the strength and energy of our Cape Ann community that this effort has grown each year,” states Amanda Orlando Kesterson, chairwoman of Cape Ann Wreaths Across America. “I am continually amazed by the generosity of so many in our communities.”

Cape Ann Veterans Coordinator Adam Curcuru concurs, “This is a program which I’ve long wanted to bring to Cape Ann, and it’s a great feeling to see so many come together and volunteer at Christmas time to honor our veterans.”

Cape Ann Wreaths Across America is looking for volunteers to help place the wreaths on Saturday, December 15, 2018. Volunteers should gather at Gloucester’s Capt. Lester S. Wass American Legion Post 3 to check in with Amanda Kesterson as to where to place the wreaths. There will then be a short ceremony at noon at the Legion hall(indoors), and then volunteers will head out to assigned cemeteries to place wreaths. The volunteers will be covering the entire veterans plots at Beechbrook in West Gloucester, and Beech Grove in Rockport, and then placing one wreath at each Gloucester cemetery either by the flag pole or by the sign indicating the cemetery’s name.

If you are able to financially support this effort, please send a donation made payable to Wreaths Across America, PO Box 463, Gloucester, MA 01931.

Please also follow Cape Ann Wreaths Across America on Facebook, where updates and information will be posted.

RED-TAILED HAWK SOARING THROUGH THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Walking with Charlotte and out from the trees there suddenly appeared a shadowy bird, swooping very low and closely over our heads. A Red-tailed Hawk!

He perched for a moment on a nearby limb, turning his head in all directions, hungrily triangulating the landscape for a tasty meal. Next he flew to a nearby telephone pole, and then over the houses towards the Harbor.

A few minutes later the Red-tailed reappeared, followed by several crows noisily haranguing and giving him the business, in no uncertain terms!

 

Project Manager Position

Cape Ann Home

pexels-photo-239886.jpegGrand Banks is looking for a talented and outgoing project manager to join our growing team. The right candidate would enjoy working with people to help them find the right building products for their project. By working with a variety of suppliers and manufacturers, we are able to consult on a wide variety of products. From there we help our customers with design ideas, product questions, quotes, and orders. We support our clients throughout their construction project, from first quote to final build and beyond. We offer a fast-paced, open work environment with great benefits for a creative, enthusiastic candidate who is willing to learn new things. You can meet our team here.

See full post here: https://www.grandbanksbp.com/pages/project-manager-position

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ANNISQUAM VILLAGE CHURCH HOLIDAY CONCERT “JOYS OF SEVEN”

Let Lyricora put some extra mirth into your holiday season with their festive concert series, Joys Seven.

We find reasons to celebrate every time we sing together, and it is our great joy to share it with you at this special time of year.
Selections will include works by Biebl, Howells, Thompson, Chilcott, Koppin, Pärt, Lassus, and many more. We hope that you’ll come join us to help spread the spirit this December!

Tickets are available at the door and to purchase HERE

Friday, December 14 at 7:30 pm

Annisquam Village Church
820 Washington St.
Gloucester, MA

Live Music from Headlands this Thursday at Feather & Wedge!

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Head on over to Feather & Wedge this Thursday to hear Rockport’s own Headlands, featuring John Rockwell, Amy Rich and Eric Wilson. Their playlist includes selections from Roots, Country and other American music genres. These guys can harmonize all the way to North Pole and back. Come take a well-deserved break from holiday shopping and enjoy this incredible talent.  Reservations highly suggested. 978.999.5917

Thursday, December 12th

7:30 – 10:00 PM

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Feather & Wedge, 5 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966

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Paulines’s Gift

If you have time stop in anytime Wednesday 12th. From 10-8. Pauline’s Gifts annual Ladies Day is all about celebrating another great season. Hope you find time to stop by.
PLEASE share and bring a friend. ❤️👍🇺🇸❤️
— at Pauline’s Gifts.

When going to Pauline’s there is always lots of laughs, hugs and fun.

Poll: White Or Colored Lights On Your Tree

We Had Solar Installed By Cazeault Solar. We Have A $626.76 Electricity Credit And Our House Is 100% Electric. Look At Our November Bill-

I’m not sure how much more I could boil it down but here’s the latest bill (National Grid OWES US MONEY!)-

 

Do you want to put solar on your house and make money?

Fill out the form and I’ll have lifelong Gloucester resident Tim Sanborn from Cazeault Solar call you to go over your options for free.

JESSICA REDIS’S DOG FINNY LOVES OUR LOBSTER TRAP TREE!

Thank you Jessica for sharing -Love the the portrait of Finny

Dear Readers, Please continue to send your awesome photos! Email to kimsmithdesigns@hotmail.com. Thank you!

BARRED OWL EATING A RAT

Reader gcmeninsr shared the following story about a Barred Owl eating a rat in an urban neighborhood, illustrating why rat poison is completely antithetical to controlling unwanted rodents. Rat poison kills raptors.

BARRED OWL EATING A RAT IN DOWNTOWN PROVIDENCE

By Peter Green

Barred Owls are usually found in woodlands and suburbs, but have been moving into cities now too. Why hunt a songbird through the dense trees when there are hundreds of pigeons and rats to eat in the city? (Barred owl makes successful kill in downtown Vancouver). But intruders do have to watch out for the resident Peregrine Falcons. I did once find the entire tail section of a Barred Owl below the nest box of the falcons.

Please never use rat poison – Raptors Are The Solution (RATS). If a raptor eats a poisoned rat, the bird will die too. Here are some alternatives to poison:
https://www.raptorsarethesolution.org/preferred-pest-control-products/

FANTASTIC PETER GREEN PHOTOS AND READ MORE HERE

ABOUT PROVIDENCE RAPTORS

Peter Green is a photographer and graphic designer living and working in downtown Providence. He walks the city, documenting Peregrine Falcons and more urban wildlife from Red-Tailed Hawks nesting on rooftops to American Kestrels hunting in graffiti-covered alleys. These regal, powerful raptors seem perfectly at home among the landscape of bricks and concrete.