Plum Cove School Playground Project- Congratulations!

Guest Photographer and Overall Outstanding Friend Of GMG Kristen Michel took photos from the Plum Cove School Playground dedication.

Kristen from the Gloucester Daily Times-

“Our donors, supporters and volunteers deserve lots of credit. It would not have been possible without the dedication of our parent community. Special thanks to parents Bob Cooper, Mike Hale and Kat Brown for dedicating countless hours of their time and skill to the project. The following companies have been extremely generous – Kwokman Productions, Trident Seafoods, Sam Park and Company, Bank Gloucester, North Shore Builders, Rockport Mortgage, Gortons, Yeomen Seafoods, Wolf Hill Landscaping, BC Construction, Cottage Gardening, Captain Joe & Sons, FW Bryce, Preferred Auto Body, National Fish, G. Everett Mahoney Insurance, LaChance Tree Professionals, Paul Butman, Cape Ann Brewing, The Gloucester House, Plum Cove Grind, The Shed, Cape Pond Ice, Capt. Bill & Sons, and many more. This project would also not have been possible without the support of the Fuller Community and the Gloucester School Committee.”

Special thanks to the Fuller community from your friends at Plum Cove

Through the adversity of the past few years, many amazing things have happened for our city, our schools, and our children.  Parents came together, new civic organizations were born, PTOs were strengthened, and we forged ahead.  We did it together and we formed the bonds of friendship.

I look at it like this . . . When you have a beautiful garden the winds of change carry the seeds to your neighbor’s yard and flowers start to take root and bloom.

Thank you, Fuller community, for your work and sharing your garden with your neighbors.

Kristin Michel

Plum Cove Parent Teacher Co-op


Plum Cove Playground Project Update From Kristin Michel

Hey Joe –

I wanted to update you with a photo taken this morning from the Plum Cove playground site.  The site work has begun and it won’t be long now before we have our new playground.  We are hoping to have it close to complete for the open house at the end of the month.  Keep your fingers crossed.  We have a good amount of work to do and all of the landscaping is being done by a few very dedicated parent volunteers.  We will be replacing several trees and shrubs as well as perennial plantings.  The icing on the cake would be a freshly painted sign, but don’t know if we will have the time to get that far before school starts.  We will continue to shoot for the moon!