Lia Parisi Office Jewelry

Here is Lia Parisi displaying one of her unique pieces of jewelry made from recycled office staples.  Shown are earrings made from computer keyboard keys.   The money she raises through her jewelry sales will go to publishing her book of poetry and photos.  Good on her.

Lia Parisi Jewelry, originally uploaded by captjoe06.

Damon and Jimmy T-International Dory Races Eliminations 8/23/08

Watch all week long for tons of video and photos from the Dory Race Eliminations.

International Dory Races Eliminations 8/23/08

These youngsters can move a dory pretty good.  Don’t be intimidated, man or woman, get involved.  You don’t have to be a muscle head to row dories (although it helps)  it’s all about technique.
Hell even Damon can get his dory going pretty good.  Call-

James A. Tarantino, President
International Dory Race Committee

Damon- International Dory Races Eliminations 8/23/08

Damon scouts the flags for the International Dory Race Eliminations.  He is trying to determine what color flags are in each lane so he could relay the information to the crews on the beach.

Gloucester Bumper Sticker Magnets- Thanks Frank Ciolino

Frank Ciolino, big time friend of GoodMorningGloucester went out of his way to cut to specification GMG bumper sticker magnets for those of you who don’t like to put stickers on their car.

You simply attach the sticker to the magnet and you can have the best of both worlds.

Frank went out of his way to provide these for free for our faithful readers so if you see him around town, give him a big thanks.

Come on down the dock to pick up your magnet.

CJ Morgante- Day 5, The Final Day

CJ left yesterday at 5:30. Back to Pennsylvania after spending a week in Gloucester minus one night in Foxboro to referee the New England Revolution/DC United Soccer match.

He went lobstering the first day with Mike Tupper on the Freemantle Doctor.

The second day with Dave Jewell aboard The Lady J.

The third day with Mark and Matt Ring aboard the Stanley Thomas.

The fourth day with Tony Gross aboard the Sandollar.

The fifth and final day was spent with Mark and Matt again on the Stanley Thomas.

CJ has been to Haiti, Fiji and many other places around the world to referee major league soccer matches but he told us that he had the greatest experience right here in Gloucester. We had a good time and it was our pleasure to get to meet and hang out with CJ.
We wish him continued success in MLS and World Cup soccer. Hopefully he’ll be back next year to hang out again.