Bowling Night to benefit Addison Gilbert Hospital/Beth Israel Lahey Health.

Mike Lupo and Chris DeWolfe-

Join us for a fun night of bowling with plenty of food, beer, raffles and giveaways! Put together a team of 4, 6 or 8 or just come solo to bowl, eat, drink or just get together with friends! There will be plenty of prizes, admission is $20 per person and all proceeds goes to our charity

@FishermenGHS: Our football players, honored to be coached by a great man in Coach Ben Goodhue, paying their respects to Coach & his family. RIP Coach & thank you for the many lives you touched.

Quilted Together Coming Soon To @CapeAnnMuseum

The Fish Box Derby Has Returned!

What a fun way to spend a Sunday in September! Congratulations to all the Fish Box Derby contestants, crews, volunteers and families for a great event. Here are some scenes from the racing, the spectators and the volunteers (the unsung heroes being the cadets and crew hauling the cars back up from the finish line). **We understand Master Jack Frontiero in the number 8 car (seen here with team members in the background) is this year’s winner!*

11 Games Left In The Regular Season- This Past weekend Red Sox Swept Baltimore, The Blue Jays Won 2 out of Three Against The Twins and The Yankees Lost Two Out Of Three against The Indians. Up a Game On Toronto and 2.5 Against The Yankees!

If the regular season ended today the Yankees miss the playoffs with their crazy bloated payroll. Red Sox play the Mets Tuesday and Wednesday and then have a huge weekend series against the Yankees in which if they take 2 out of three of the games it would look really good for their wildcard chances.

Just win baby!

Dan Connell, Author Talk and Book Signing at the Sawyer Free Library on 9/23 at 6pm

Cape Ann Community

The Sawyer Free Library is pleased to welcome local author, Dan Connell for an author talk and book signing on Thursday, September 23 from 6-7pm at the Library, located at 2 Dale Avenue in Gloucester.

The author will be discussing his book, Against All Odds, which has just been re-released with a new update and a reappraisal. First published in 1993, Against All Odds: A Chronicle of the Eritrean Revolution is a firsthand account of Eritrea’s 30-year fight for independence from Ethiopia. Copies of the new edition of his book will be available.

The East Gloucester resident, Dan Connell, a former journalist and aid professional, has reported on Eritrea for five decades for numerous print and broadcast media. He is a two-time MacArthur Foundation grantee, the author of five books on Eritrea, including Against All Odds: A Chronicle of the Eritrean Revolution (1997); Rethinking Revolution (2002); and a…

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