Jewels of Gloucester Moving-
Jewels of Gloucester is excited to announce that in 2 weeks we are moving to 242 Main St. Next to Stone’s Pub and across from the Liquor Locker! Over the next few months we will be upgrading our workshop so we can provide even better and faster jewelry and watch repairs. As always we will continue making beautiful handmade jewelry, as well as offering our Cash for Gold service.
Thanks for your support,
Owner, Jewels of Gloucester
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Oceanside Hotel Info
I am writing the history of an organization called the Southern Industrial Educational Assoc. 1905-1926. Part of their mission was to provide a marketplace of selling Appalachian craftwork.
The woman in charge of marketing the crafts outside of Washington DC was Augusta S Stone. I know she spent summers with her daughter in Magnolia and that the large hotels sold Appalachian crafts in their gift shops. She may have stayed at the hotel.
Do you know the contact information for someone who might have photos of the old hotel, possibly interior shots, or other memorabilia that might help me with my research. I notice that George Krewson III seems to be interested in the hotels history. Is there a phone number or email where I could reach him?
Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.
Resident Fellow, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities
Kathleen Curtis Wilson
Fellow, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities
Hello we at dawns studio of dance is hosting a spaghetti dinner fundraiser. The fundraiser is for our dancers to go to disney nxt oct. We were wondering if u cld just put the add up for us. It will be November 13th at the D.E.S hall from 5-8. There will be a raffle basket with the frozen characters and more. Cld u plse let me know if u can do that for us, my email is email@example.com ty very much
Help Eastern Point Day School “Drive Toward the Future”
Eastern Point Day School, formerly Saint Mel’s, needs your help! More to the point, future students do! EPDS is hosting a fundraiser event and silent auction to raise money for our Scholarship Fund.
Why should you help out EPDS?
We offer an outstanding academic experience in a safe and nurturing environment, where students learn respect for others and blossom with self-esteem. We embrace local partners including YMCA, Maritime Heritage Museum, Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester Stage Co. and NOAA. Our students work together across all grades – supporting each other and learning critical problem solving skills as a team. It truly is a place where kids can be themselves and genuinely cultivate a love of learning.
1/3 of the families at EPDS last year received some form of financial assistance and/or scholarship.
When you support EPDS, you are keeping educational diversity alive on Cape Ann and giving a child in our community the gift of a bright future. Thank you.
How can you help?
A variety of ways! Volunteer your time and talents to the school.
Or, donate to our fundraising efforts.
Crowdrise Page: SCHOLARSHIP APPEAL
Auction Page: BIDDING FOR GOOD
Tickets for this event on November 8th, can be purchased HERE.
Your contribution to the EPDS scholarship fund extends this opportunity to children whose families would otherwise not be able to afford tuition.
With your support, we can continue to promote the advancement of Cape Ann’s next generation of inventors, artists, environmentalists, athletes, politicians and humanitarians.