The vote-in Period Ends Friday Morning At 5AM. How to vote IN The GMG CUTEST DOG CONTEST WITH PRIZES FROM SEAPORT VETERINARY HOSPITAL:

IF YOU DON’T LET ALL THE DOG PHOTOS LOAD BEFORE YOU CLICK ANYTHING YOU WON’T SEE THE POLL TO VOTE

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Important! You need to let the voting page 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.

Here is an example from a screen capture on my phone of what to look for. You will only see the poll ONCE all the photos are loaded. Once ALL the doggo photos are loaded, then the poll pops up. If you click on the photos without letting it all load you’ll probably have issues and not see the poll. This is due to the huge number of entries. I think it’s 159 dog photos need to load before the poll will pop up and that’s a lot of computing power.

Click this video for an example of what to look for-

IF YOU DON’T LET ALL THE DOG PHOTOS LOAD BEFORE YOU CLICK ANYTHING YOU WON’T SEE THE POLL TO VOTE

Here is a flyer with voting instructions please read entirely.

IF YOU DON’T LET ALL THE DOG PHOTOS LOAD BEFORE YOU CLICK ANYTHING YOU WON’T SEE THE POLL TO VOTE

LINK TO VOTE HERE

IF YOU DON’T LET ALL THE DOG PHOTOS LOAD BEFORE YOU CLICK ANYTHING YOU WON’T SEE THE POLL TO VOTE

IF YOU DON’T LET ALL THE DOG PHOTOS LOAD BEFORE YOU CLICK ANYTHING YOU WON’T SEE THE POLL TO VOTE

IF YOU DON’T LET ALL THE DOG PHOTOS LOAD BEFORE YOU CLICK ANYTHING YOU WON’T SEE THE POLL TO VOTE

At 5AM I’ll take a snapshot of the vote tallys and we will come up with the field of 64.

LFG!!!!!

RIP Ken Joyce

2015- Carrancho reunion- Ken in the back wearing the festive party shirt

Gloucester native, FOB-

Condolences to Ken’s grieving family and friends. How painful that this beautiful family, the type of family that is everything to each other, has lost Ken. Smart. Humble. Joyful. And devoted to his family and Gloucester. RIP.

Kenneth S, Joyce Jr.

May 9, 1941 – March 19, 2022

“Born in Gloucester on May 9, 1941, he was the son of the late Kenneth and Esther (Vautier) Joyce Sr.

Ken was a graduate of Gloucester High School with the Class of 1959. Following graduation, he served in the U.S. Navy from 1960 to 1964, stationed on the destroyer USS Purdy working as a machinery repairman. His service on the Purdy included operations with other navy vessels implementing the Naval Quarantine in the Caribbean Sea during the Cuban Missile Crisis in November 1962.

After learning the trade during his navy service, upon his discharge Ken worked as a machinist for many years. He first worked at United Shoe Machinery, and then Gloucester Engineering, followed by Sinterbond. Ken then tried his hand at commercial fishing on Our Lady of Fatima, but…

Read the full obituary here

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his memory to The Open Door, 28 Emerson Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930 or the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research, 415 Crossways Park Drive, Suite D, Woodbury NY 11797. Arrangements are by the Greely Funeral Home, 212 Washington St. Gloucester, MA. Online condolences may be given at: http://www.greelyfuneralhome.com

One Hour at a Time Gang

Would like to thank all who helped clean up last Saturday on Main and Rogers.

This week’s clean up

When:                          Saturday March 26, 2022

Time:                            09:00 – 10:00

Where:                     Nautilus Rd at the Good Harbor Footbridge

Please bring gloves and I will have yellow bags.

Put on your dancin shoes! Dennis Brennan is Playing the dave Sag’s Blues Party tonight at The Rhumb Line. 7-10pm 3.24.2022

Dave says,
Thursday at the The Rhumb Line: Mr Dennis Brennan, the finest singer/songwriter in Boston. He’s got his hat, his harp and his guitar and he’s aiming at you! Joining us will be the commodious Steve Sadler with his antique Fender Vibrodong™ amplifier and the amazing Andy Plaisted, on drums. Hours:7 to 10.

40 Railroad Ave
Gloucester, MA 01930

(978) 283-9732

https://www.therhumbline.com/

How to vote In The GMG CUTEST DOG CONTEST WITH PRIZES FROM SEAPORT VETERINARY HOSPITAL

Important! You need to let the voting page 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.

Here is an example from a screen capture on my phone of what to look for. You will only see the poll ONCE all the photos are loaded. Once ALL the doggo photos are loaded, then the poll pops up. If you click on the photos without letting it all load you’ll probably have issues and not see the poll. This is due to the huge number of entries. I think it’s 159 dog photos need to load before the poll will pop up and that’s a lot of computing power.

Click this video for an example of what to look for-

Here is a flyer with voting instructions please read entirely.

LINK TO VOTE HERE

Two Exciting Experience Weeks in June: Have Your 4th-8th Grade Student Join Us! Click To Learn More About Both Weeks

Immediately after the academic year end and before our summer program begins, Harborlight Montessori offers two robust and fun Experience Weeks. Students in grades 4th-8th are invited to register to join us.

MUSUEM SCHOOL

Upper School (4th -8th grade) 
Monday, June 20 through Friday, June 24

Did you know that Massachusetts has 228 museums? During this week, students will visit a different museum each day to explores themes in art, history, and science. Harborlight will equip each student with a sketchbook/observation journal for taking notes and drawing. They will explore exhibits and galleries, roam the grounds and halls, think critically, examine purposefully and be immersed in culture. They will also complete a scavenger hunt in Boston that highlights some of the city’s most spectacular murals and street art. The notes they take, memories they record, and images they sketch will serve as a visual diary of their studies.

MAIN STREETS AND BACK ROADS

Upper School (4th-8th grade)

Monday, June 27 through Friday, July 1

Much like Chronicle’s Main Streets and Back Roads, students will explore gardens, footpaths, statues, parks, trails, waterfronts, and more of our neighboring cities and town. Students will visit Gloucester, Salem, and Newburyport to explore tourist attractions, off-the-beaten-path destinations, notable architecture, and the hidden ‘quirky-corners’ of these communities. While on campus they will design a destination brochure for an imaginary  city or town of their own that is inspired by their favorite sights, sounds, and flavors from the week’s adventures.

Learn more HERE: https://www.engageyourworld.org/extracurricular/experience-weeks

West Gloucester Eagle

I came across this beautiful eagle in West Gloucester sitting in the tree as if waiting for a portrait session! 500 plus photos later, here are a few. Just stunning. We are blessed that the bald eagle has made such an amazing recovery from being endangered within my lifetime. We can do the same for other at-risk creatures! For additional pictures and story details, check out Pat D’s Photos and Adventures on Facebook.

Our Corner Stone Program is Back!

Cape Ann Wellness

   
A video message from YMCA OF THE NORTH SHORE
President & CEO, Chris Lovasco
We are excited to relaunch our Corner Stone program

This collaborative health & wellness program has provided support to more than 2,000 cancer patients, cancer survivors, and their immediate families. We paused the program during the height of COVID and are ready to welcome new and old Corner Stone participants back to our Ys with more health and wellness options, events, support, and connection.

Corner Stone Provides:

A complimentary 1 year Y membership to those with cancer, cancer survivors who are within 5-years remission, and their families.A complimentary week of summer camp for all children in the enrolled family.A schedule of events including nutrition seminars, mindfulness events, walking clubs, and more!Access to LIVESTRONG at the YMCA and PART – Positivity Relaxation Therapy (9-week program via ZOOM to help you develop a self-care routine…

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