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Cove Hill (Lane’s Cove) Cemetery Clean-up Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 10am

Cape Ann Community

Cove Hill (Lane’s Cove) Cemetery Clean-up

Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 10am 

1052R Washington St, Gloucester, MA (red icon on map)

All Hands Needed!

Map of 1052R Washington St, Gloucester, MA 01930Please bring work/gardening gloves, bug spray, and wear long pants and if you can, any of the following yard tools:

a rake, a gas or battery-operated weed whacker, loppers, or

weeding buckets, large black heavy-duty plastic bags for leaves and weeds, or

old tarps for collecting and moving debris to a central location, or

lawn mower , or wheel barrow

Questions? Contact ckellyca@gmail.com

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Preview now! LIVE art auction October 3, 2018: local artists annual fundraiser for Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Public Library

Annual Art Auction 2018 Sept preview for Oct 3 auction_ local artists fundraiser for Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Public Library _By Friends of SFL ©Catherine Ryan (1).jpg

 

Wall facing entrance numbers 1-16

 

and continued with numbers 17-22

 

Wall on the right as one enters- numbers 23 – 42

Annual Art Auction 2018 Sept preview for Oct 3 auction_ local artists fundraiser for Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Public Library _By Friends of SFL ©Catherine Rya (14)

same wall photographed groups of 4

 

Walls to the left upon entering: 43 – 54 and 55 – 63

 

Organized by the Friends of the Library committee including Mary Weissblum Smith and the Art Advisory Committee, the (21st) Annual Art Auction on October 3, 2018, will feature 63 participating artists:

Jerry Ackerman, Deborah Aldrich, Melissa Aliberte, Nancy Alimansky, Anita Beloff, Coco Berkman, Linda Lea Bertrand, Sheila Farren Billings, Carol A. Bistrong, Lois Showalter Blankenship, Roy Blankenship, Isabel Brown, Katherine Coakley, Ray Crane, David Curtis, Susan W. Daly, Michael DeCosimo, Patricia Doran, Cynthia Dunaway, Phyllis Feld, Susie Field, James Formichella, Grace Frost, N. Hale, Marion Hall, Joy Halsted, Jeanne Havran, Olga Hayes, Sandra Herdman, Deanie Johnson, Pia Juhl, Phyllis J. Kaplan, Susan Kelley, Fred L. Kepler, Barbara Kremer, Mary Jane Lane, Margaret Laurie, Carol Loiacono, Lauren Maher, Mary McCarl, Patricia McCarthy, Roy McCauley, Perry McIntosh, Danny Mears, David Millar, Kate Nordstrom, Christine Pitman, Mary Rhinelander, Richard Roche, Jess Semerano, Emily Strangman, Peter Tysver, Juni Van Dyke, James Watson, Lea Watson, Jeff Weaver, Alyce Wherren, Curtis Wilcox, Jane Wolf, Heidi Caswell Zander, Ann Mechen Ziergiebel

Checklist Numbers 1 to 63: Read more

At the foretopmast of COLUMBIA _ Gloucester Schooner Festival Parade of Sail

At the foretopmast of COLUMBIA _ Gloucester Schooner Festival Parade of Sail

[Photo by Phyllis Bezanson]

It was eighty years ago, while GERTUDE L THEBAUD was racing BLUENOSE in the International Fishermen’s Races, that a photo of Sterling Hayden, navigator on THEBAUD, appeared in the Boston Post.  So many women swooned that Hollywood noticed, brought him to the screen, and then, in 1964, cast him as Jack D Ripper in Dr. Strangelove.

One never knows who’s eyeing Good Morning Gloucester.  

Al Bezanson

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A FINE FROGGY DINNER FOR A LITTLE BLUE HERON

Juvenile Little Blue Heron

Dining all the day long on tender tiny bullfrogs, I wonder how many a juvenile heron eats throughout the course of a day. And wonder too, why there are any remaining in our ponds. A young frog appears to be one of the choicest of foods to feed the voracious appetites of otters, herons, and egrets.

Cape Ann Chamber $25K Game, October 4th, 2018

The $25 K tickets are available at the Chamber, they are going fast. If you want one call us at the Chamber 978-283-1601 or come into the chamber and pick one up.

Just a reminder that lots of the Chamber members have tickets too, so that’s another way to get one.

It’s a great night with two dinners with every ticket. Also a 50/50 raffle, door prizes and more. Call us today!

Our Pauline of Pauline’s Gift Boston Voyager Magazine

Today we’d like to introduce you to Pauline Bresnahan.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
Worrying about what I would do with my days once my children started school my husband asked what I wanted to do with my time during the school day. After sharing my dream with my husband he helped make it come true.

After purchasing a small antique shop right next to my home we converted it to my shop, Pauline’ s Gifts. That dream began 20 years ago and is still where I spend my days long after seeing all of my children graduating from college. I have lived the dream every one of these past 20 years.

Has it been a smooth road?
I am sure there have been times that were more difficult but I have tried to learn and grow from those times and instead always be positive and appreciate the learning moment. I have the support of a wonderful community in Gloucester where I grew up and now run my business. Gloucester people embrace small businesses and support them.

Social media has made it even easier to reach potential new customers. Finding a way to educate the younger consumers on how important our small businesses are to the community is a challenge. The ease of purchasing online for many has given small stores a new hurdle. I have confidence we will overcome that challenge too.

Nothing like going into a small shop and meeting the locals and building a relationship. It’s important to small communities. We support our community with our small businesses every day.

So, as you know, we’re impressed with Pauline’s Gifts – tell our readers more, for example what you’re most proud of as a company and what sets you apart from others.
I have been a decorative artist for over 30 years. I sell my decorative art, such as mailboxes, watering cans, ornaments and much more. We are the largest supplier on Cape Ann of decorative and American flags.

We also have nautical gifts, jewelry, greeting cards and many of our items are Made in America or are made by local artisans.

Let’s touch on your thoughts about our city – what do you like the most and least?
I am a native of Gloucester Ma. I was raised here and went to Gloucester Public Schools. The best thing about my city is its history and heritage and how we embrace it here.

It is one of the most beautiful seaside communities on the East Coast and its people are some of the most giving. I wouldn’t live anywhere else.

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Getting in touch: BostonVoyager is built on recommendations from the community; it’s how we uncover hidden gems, so if you know someone who deserves recognition please let us know here.

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