From Lisa Ramos-

Over the past year, the Magnolia Historical Society has been working with the City of Gloucester to format a bid proposal for the disposition of the Blynman Schoolhouse for the Magnolia Historical Museum and a cultural center for our community members.
The final vote from City Council will be Tuesday April 10th at 7pm at City Hall.
Nobody will need to speak at this meeting, we will all be there to show our support for the Magnolia Community. Any of you who are interested in supporting the Magnolia Historical Society in our persuit of a larger/handicapp accessible facility where we can house our precious Magnolia artifacts, allow for community meetings, fundraisers, artist space, etc…..  (The possibilities are endless.) Please, please attend this meeting.
Also, don’t forget, our annual scrap metal drive starts Saturday April 7th -21st.  The scrap metal dumpster will be at the Blynman Schoolhouse on Magnolia Avenue, or if you need a pick up, please call Lisa Ramos at 978-290-3005.  Anything that is 70% metal is acceptable.
“Together we can make a difference on whether and how Magnolia’s history is preserved and made known”.
Thank you for your continued support

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