Join Us For The Live Stream Of GloucesterCast 558 At 9AM Sunday 3/13/22 From CASTAWAYS VINTAGE CAFE With @bernieperisie and Kristin Michele Link to join here- www.facebook.com/goodmorninggloucester

Join Us For The Live Stream Of GloucesterCast 558 At 9AM Sunday 3/13/22 From CASTAWAYS VINTAGE CAFE Link to join here- www.facebook.com/goodmorninggloucester

www.facebook.com/goodmorninggloucester

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If you subscribe to the GloucesterCast Podcast it will be emailed to you so if you miss it you can still access it through the free email! Link to subscribe here

We will be collecting cereal for the Open Door Please Come Join The Studio Audience Tomorrow And Bring Cereal To Donate To Open Door If You Care To.

Julie LaFontaine:

Last year, The Open Door improved the lives and health of 8,516 people from 4,176 households with 1.83M pounds of good food distributed through our programs through 43.7K visits and/or deliveries.

As prices at the gas pump and grocery store climb, The Open Door helps bridge the gap when there is too much month left at the end of the money. Increased pantry usage mirrors what is happening with the economy and the cost of living.

The Open Door has focused on cereal donations this year to give shoppers full choice when they fill their carts. People tend to be extra brand loyal when it comes to cereal, and targeted food collections help stock the cereals that make the breakfast table feel like home. In a world that feels uncertain, finding familiar foods available through the online shopping platform feeds both the body and the soul.

We are grateful to WE Are All In The Together and all the collection partners who are working to make this happen. We thank them and the community that never stops stepping up to help when help is needed. We are truly stronger together.

Guests Kristin Michele will be on hand as well as red hot hockey videographer Bernie Perisie.

Bernie the videographer that’s been featured all over the hockey world and has created these clips-

@bernieperisie Will Be Joinging Us On The Gloucestercast Livestream For Castawaways 2022 Reopening Sunday Morning At 9AM

Bernie Is the master videographer doing hockey videos better than everyone else. He’s gonna talk Gloucester and Tournament Hockey.

Creator of these video Clips-

Link- https://www.instagram.com/berniejpvids/

The latest just released-

Castaways Vintage Cafe-

65 Main St Gloucester

The Cape Ann Community Foundation is hosting its annual low number Cape Ann License Plate Online Auction from March 21st–March 28th

The Cape Ann Community Foundation is hosting its annual low number Cape Ann License Plate Online Auction from March 21st–March 28th 2022. We don’t want you to miss out on the fun! Register in advance today, visit http://bidpal.net/calp22 & click “Sign Up” in the top right corner.

Already have a plate? You can still help us spread the word and make a difference or consider making a direct donation on our site lovecapeann.com.

Join Us For The Live Stream Of GloucesterCast 558 At 9AM Sunday 3/13/22 From CASTAWAYS VINTAGE CAFE With @bernieperisie and Kristin Michele Link to join here- www.facebook.com/goodmorninggloucester

Join Us For The Live Stream Of GloucesterCast 558 At 9AM Sunday 3/13/22 From CASTAWAYS VINTAGE CAFE Link to join here- www.facebook.com/goodmorninggloucester

www.facebook.com/goodmorninggloucester

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If you subscribe to the GloucesterCast Podcast it will be emailed to you so if you miss it you can still access it through the free email! Link to subscribe here

We will be collecting cereal for the Open Door Please Come Join The Studio Audience Tomorrow And Bring Cereal To Donate To Open Door If You Care To.

Julie LaFontaine:

Last year, The Open Door improved the lives and health of 8,516 people from 4,176 households with 1.83M pounds of good food distributed through our programs through 43.7K visits and/or deliveries.

As prices at the gas pump and grocery store climb, The Open Door helps bridge the gap when there is too much month left at the end of the money. Increased pantry usage mirrors what is happening with the economy and the cost of living.

The Open Door has focused on cereal donations this year to give shoppers full choice when they fill their carts. People tend to be extra brand loyal when it comes to cereal, and targeted food collections help stock the cereals that make the breakfast table feel like home. In a world that feels uncertain, finding familiar foods available through the online shopping platform feeds both the body and the soul.

We are grateful to WE Are All In The Together and all the collection partners who are working to make this happen. We thank them and the community that never stops stepping up to help when help is needed. We are truly stronger together.

Guests Kristin Michele will be on hand as well as red hot hockey videographer Bernie Perisie.

Bernie the videographer that’s been featured all over the hockey world and has created these clips-

Where’s My Best Friend?

I admit to being a bit startled when I saw this guy along the side of the road on the back shore yesterday. When I realized someone had lost their best friend, I knew I had to try and help a little bit if possible. This purple and white cow (?) has lost its owner and it’s sitting along the side of the road on the back shore near the hotels. It’s looking a little lonely so thanks to the kind soul who propped him up.

Local Groups Paint for Empty Bowl To Go 2.0

Cape Ann Community

Manchester Memorial fourth grade student Miles Harrison helps preschool student Quinn Reishtein paint a bowl. (Photo Courtesy of Claudette Yutkins)  

MANCHESTER– Preschool and fourth grade students at Manchester Memorial Elementary School recently teamed up to put their creative talents to use, and painted bowls for The Open Door Empty Bowl To Go 2.0 fundraiser.

The annual fundraiser will be held as a drive-thru for the second time this year due to the pandemic.

“There’s a special sense of community that comes from joining together and using your creativity to help someone else,” President and CEO Julie LaFontaine said. “The bowls serve as a reminder that somewhere, someone’s bowl is empty, but with a paintbrush, a little imagination, and a desire to help, you can support a fundraiser that puts fresh, healthy food in the hands of your neighbors.”

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