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I love these sculptures. The artist is so talented and uses only recycled materials.
Important! You need to let this post load by clicking on the title and letting the entire post load. A vote is not recorded by clicking on a picture or by leaving a comment. You need to vote on the poll that is provided just below the SeaPort Vet logo. You only get one vote.
Preface: due to the overwhelming response of entries the contest will take a while to load. I will tell you this- IT’S WORTH IT! I suggest you click on the link to this post and let it all load before you start clicking any buttons. The amount of cuteness overload will no doubt put a smile on your face. I suggest you grab a notepad and view the photos in the gallery at your leisure. I just spent 9.5 hours editing all the photos and creating the poll. A bit frazzled but guess what? It’s National Puppy Day, no better way to start our play in voting. Thanks again to Ray Cahill and Seaport Veterinary Hospital who answered the call in a big way and donated the prizes for when we have the tournament from the entrants you the voters select in this pre play-in tournament.
The top 64 vote getters will advance to the tournament. In the event of ties at the bottom of the 64 dogs will be selected by time of entry. It is labeled cutest dog but really it’s about which dog speaks to you personally. The dogs that finish in the top 64 will advance. This is just to get into the tournament. Vote below. share with friends and family that would like to see your dog in the tournament. If you are viewing this in the GMG email blast click the title of this post to go to the voting. Voting ends for the vote-into the tournament period the 25th at 5AM. I will then set up the brackets with the top vote getters and figure out the ties by time of submission to me. Also if you love your dog, you ought to share this post with your friends so they can vote for your dog as well. If you subscribe to the blog you won’t miss the results-
All prizes generously donate. by SeaPort Veterinary Hospital
First prize $250 SeaPort Vet Gift Certificate and $250 Cape Ann Gift Certificate, Second Prize $150 SeaPort Vet Gift Certificate and $150 Cape Ann Gift Certificate, Third Prize $100 SeaPort Vet Gift Certificate and $100 Cape Ann Gift Certificate.
GLOUCESTER MEETINGHOUSE AUDIENCE RAISES OVER $4,500 FOR UKRAINE RELIEF
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—PHOTO ATTACHED Tuesday, March 22, 2022
An audience that applauded the return of live concerts to the Gloucester Meetinghouse on Sunday also brought compassion as they
gave more than $4,500 to support war relief efforts in the Ukraine by the International Rescue Committee.
The concert, a “Bach Birthday Bash” to mark the 337th birthday of famed composer Johann Sebastian Bach, attracted close to
200 listeners to the Meetinghouse, the oldest standing church edifice in Gloucester and home to the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church.
The concert featured harpsichord, violin, organ and vocal selections from Bach’s diverse repertoire and was presented by the
Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation, an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3) dedicated to preserving the historic building and
increasing its use for public functions. The performance ended with the Ukrainian National Anthem, whose words include,
“Our enemies shall vanish like dew in the sun; soul and body shall we lay down for our freedom.”
This was the first of three spring concerts scheduled after two years of coronavirus pandemic conditions brought the suspension
of nearly all open public events at the Meetinghouse. The next concert, scheduled for Sunday, May 1, will be a Holocaust memorial
performance featuring a specially commissioned orchestral work to be presented jointly by Temple Ahavat Achim and the
Meetinghouse Foundation. The final concert on Sunday, May 22, will present the Appleton Consort, performing Bach on
period instruments including the Brandenburg Concerto No. 5.
The large response for Ukrainian war relief through a free-will offering surprised Meetinghouse Foundation president Charles Nazarian.
“We were greatly encouraged by this outpouring,” he said. “It far exceeded all our expectations, showing the concern and great generosity
of our community concerning the struggle for freedom in Ukraine.” Admission to the concert itself was free, underwritten by the
Foundation’s annual concert sponsors.
The Meetinghouse Foundation provides a permanent base for secular support to preserve one of Gloucester’s most revered historic buildings,
built in 1806 as the home of the first Universalist church in America. The Foundation is modeled on a nonprofit that supports Boston’s famed Old North Church.
Information about upcoming concerts and events, the Foundation, and an internet link to a YouTube recording of Sunday’s Bach birthday concert,
is available at www.gloucestermeetinghouse.org.
Photo: Violinist Emily Hale playing a Bach sonata at the Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation
“Bach Birthday Bash” Sunday, March 20, 2022, where more than $4,500 was raised for Ukrainian war relief.
my head is spinning. What I will say is that there are some handsome dogs in this contest and that’s coming from a guy that isn’t even a dog person. I can’t wait to get this editing done so we can start the vote- in process.
Some scenes from a gorgeous spring-like day at Lane’s Cove recently.
I love how the harbor and waterfront changes each day…. depending on the weather, who is in or out fishing, who is unloading etc. All was quiet the other day as a deep fog encased the outer harbor.