Thirteen Harbor Seals warming on the rocks, plus a few bobbing heads spotted around the harbor. This charming duo was the most photogenic of the bunch 🙂
During the podcast this morning I mistakenly suggested that Present Gloucester, the delightfully whimsical holiday pop-up shop, was located at last years’ location.
This year Present has popped-up at 263 Main Street, right next door to the fabulous Alexandra’s Bread, which is also chock-a-block full of wonderful holiday treasures.
My friend Nicole Duckworth is part of the Open Door’s Turkey Team, a group of individuals collectively raising funds for the Open Door’s Thanksgiving drive. Nicole has raised $250.00 towards her $500.00 goal. Please help Nicole help local families. Thirty dollars buys a family a turkey dinner, complete with all the fixings. You can donate by clicking here. Thank you!
“Join me making a real difference.
Even a small donation will go a long way to helping me meet my fundraising goal for The Open Door — and we’ll be making the holidays so much brighter for our neighbors in need. Every $30 provides a basket, so whether you give $10 or $100, we’ll be helping local families set their holiday tables.
There are more people than ever this year who need our community’s help with Thanksgiving. Working with all the Turkey Team members, the Open Door’s goal is to raise $10,000.00. Read more about how you can help here:
Start a fundraiser to provide families who struggle to make ends meet with all the fixings to prepare their own festive holiday meals
We’re asking a few of our key partners to rally their friends, family, and networks to help us provide Holiday Meal Baskets to families who struggle to make ends meet.
We invite you to help us collectively raise $10,000 for Holiday Meal Baskets this season. Set your own fundraising goal to help us get there. When you join The Open Door’s Turkey Team, you can help these families uphold their own family traditions by preparing their own home-cooked holiday dinners — and you’ll help your friends feel good about doing good!
Starting a meal-basket fundraiser is easy to do — and it’s fun. We’ll give you all the tools you’ll need. With your help, we’ll be able to make the holidays so much brighter for our neighbors in need.
Itinerary from the Gloucester Daily Times:
Gloucester will mark Veterans Day on Monday with a 9 a.m. ceremony in the auditorium at Gloucester High School, 32 Leslie O Johnson Road. Retired U.S. Army Col. William H. O’Brien Jr. will be the guest speaker. D’Amico and Paul Dexter at Norwich University from which he graduated in 1964.
A march to the Lester S. Wass American Legion Post 3, 8 Washington St., for a brief wreathlaying ceremony in honor of Armistice Day commemorating the end of World War I and a luncheon will follow. The luncheon, like the other events, is open to the public and is aimed at saluting all of those who have served in our armed forces.
Pretty reflections at Little River
GloucesterCast 365 with Ralph DiGiorgio, Chris McCarthy, Phoebe Potts, Rebbecca “Bex” Borden, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 11/10/19
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We are in Tjome, Norway visiting Anne-Lise’s sister Berit and her husband Jan. This morning we followed him out in his boat checking his lobster traps. His private license allows him up to 10 individual traps and the commercial lobster season only lasts 2 months from October 1st to December 1st. Allowable size is between 25 and 32mm from tip of nose to end of tail.
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Last Sunday we decided to go to Tonno and try out the Sunday dinner special featuring an appetizer and an entree for a fixed price. GMG Jimmy had the eggplant appetizer and I had the shrimp bruschetta. They were each amazing and nearly a meal to themselves.
I chose chicken parmigiana and Jim ordered spaghetti with meatballs and sausage. We were not disappointed. Lovely evening out! Thanks Tonno for bringing back some of Jim’s childhood memories in an Italian household.