VIDEO: Cape Ann TV’s Maureen Aylward interviews TimeBank co-founder Nancy Goodman & Chamber CEO Robert Heidt about Earth Day Eco-Trip

This just in from Lisa Smith at Cape Ann TV.  Watch the interview below the news release:

Celebrate Earth Day and discover what Gloucester businesses are doing to go green on the Eco-Trip Scavenger Hunt on April 20 at 12:30 p.m. On the Eco-Trip you’ll solve crossword puzzles and mazes, get exercise walking to eight downtown businesses, shop at the Cape Ann Farmers’ Market, win prizes from local merchants, and socialize over refreshments at Latitude 43. We can’t think of a better way to spend Earth Day.

When you register to play at, you’ll get a free copy of “Share the Ocean” by Michael Crocker. Before April 13 it’s $10 to play solo or on a team. After that, it’s $15. So register early! 

Here Nancy Goodman, co-founder of the TimeBank, Robert Heidt, chief executive officer of the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce, and Maureen Aylward of Cape Ann TV talk about the Eco-Trip.

Cape Ann Timebanks With Super K and Nancy Goodman

Nancy Goodman writes-

The TimeBank is a network of people who exchange services, earning and spending one “time dollar” for every hour of service.  We are all about having fun AND taking care of each other, enhancing the true community that Gloucester already is in so many ways.  People can check us out on Facebook or at  Thanks again for helping us get the word out.

Nancy Goodman Represents!

From Nancy Goodman-

I’ve attached a photo of 4 local women who traveled to Madison Wisconsin to represent the Cape Ann Time Bank at the international conference sponsored by TimeBanks USA from June 25 – June 28. From left to right we are Jane Keddy, Nancy Goodman, Gitama Kinigstein and Cheryl Davis.

Finally, I get to be in GMG in a photo with my Gloucester bumper sticker!

With warm regards,
Nancy Goodman

Nancy Goodman Represents!, originally uploaded by captjoe06.