Wear a Mask song! From Ilene Altman (aka Leeny)

Hi Joey,
Don’t know if you remember me, but your girls used to listen to my children’s music (I think they particularly liked “Stinky Diaper” by Leeny and Steve). For the last seven years, I’ve been teaching K-5 music in Salem at Carlton School. Anyhoo, I just wrote a new song called, “Wear a Mask (Let’s Kick COVID’s Ass)” and thought you might enjoy it and hopefully want to share on Good Morning Gloucester. I also have a Clean version of the song (without the a**) if you’re interested.

Here are links to the song on my Facebook page and YouTube channel:

Magnolia Community Farmers Market on line

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Lookie lookie here! A fun and rewarding way to support your local farmers market!

Magnolia Community Farmers Market

On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 9:57 PM Magnolia Community Farmers Market <magnoliacommunityfarmersmarket@gmail.com> wrote:

Good evening friends and vendors! This week we’ve hit the ground running with a social media campaign we hope will catch some eyes and entice some shoppers. Attached is a PDF flyer which you are welcome to post on your social media platforms this week and encourage sharing and liking and tagging by all your followers. This flyer has also been boosted on our facebook and shared to our Instagram. I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t love a discount! Let’s try to kick this party up a notch!

And if you’re on our facebook page, check out and share the new videos posted last week! One from 1623 Studios show “Cape Ann Today” and another live video from us on Sunday morning!

Orders have already started to roll in, so we are hoping for another great week! Stay cool out there! See you Sunday!





Some Grocery Store Restrictions Lifted by State

As you may have heard me mention on the podcast, the Massachusetts Department of Health lifted some of the restrictions placed on grocery stores which were previously in place to help alleviate the spread of the coronavirus.  Stores may now allow reusable bags and may increase capacity to 50% of permitted occupancy. It’s important to remember individual stores may chose to put some of their own guidelines in place which should be respected when you plan to shop. It will be a relief to be able to use the reusable bags again (if I can find them in the way back of the trunk of the car where they have been hibernating for all these months).

Some guidelines remain, including morning shopping hours set aside for seniors, which will be a relief for many. Masks, of course, are still required. More information can be found here:  https://www.nbcboston.com/news/local/massachusetts-rescinds-coronavirus-grocery-store-restrictions-what-you-need-to-know/2158724/

In addition, information can be found on the state website.

Including a random picture of the Allison Carol just because I do not have artful photos of reusable grocery bags……..


Shopping Wine & Fare Continues Safer & Efficient With Our Curbside Pickup & Online Store


As Phase 3 reopening cautiously begins Monday, July 13th, at Savour we continue our popular Curbside Pickup program (subject to change as in-store shopping is
temporarily suspended) for a safer shopping experience with our customers accessing everything Savour at > 978. 282.1455, and kathleen@savourwineandcheese.com
during business hours, Tuesday-Saturday, 11am – 6pm.
>Please visit our website’s homepage for complete ordering details / updates at

We have expanded our website’s Online Store selection to 400+ curated wines each with photos, descriptions of the tasting experience.
>New, browse our collection of 100+ wines from our popular $14.99 bins,
expressing the desired qualities of complexity, gaining length, balance and finish.

Online Shopping at Savour: Safe, Easy & Efficient
Begin by entering > http://www.shop.savourwineandcheese.com/main.sc
taking you directly to our Online Store.
>Adding wine to your cart and placing your order, we receive your notification.
>We contact you to confirm availability of…

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