UU church auction/FV Holy Family ship’s clock
Not to belabor you, but there’s interesting stuff here, almost 225 items in all. Look under “Home” for a piece of Glosta nostalgia – the ship’s clock from the FV Holy Family, a highliner in her prime. An explosion and fire blew out her stern while she was on the rails at Harbor Loop in 1982 and she was scuttled after 38 years of service. There’s also Celtics tix for 11/7 (v the Wizards), a Big Papi autographed jersey, a GMG tee shirt and LOTS of eating.
cheers — Jerry
Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce Businesswomen’s Fall Lunch featuring Dr. Patty Ann Tublin, author of "Not Tonight Dear, I’ve Got a Business to Run!"
During the Insider Secrets to Work-Life Balance Businesswomen’s Fall Luncheon, Dr. Patty Ann Tublin will show you the relationship skills and tools you need to create a life you love. Utilizing the relevant business and career building concepts from her Amazon bestselling book "Not Tonight Dear, I’ve Got a Business to Run!" Dr. Patty Ann will show you how to create a successful career or thriving business without sacrificing happiness in your marriage and family life!
Reservations may be made by contacting Sharon Bragg at email@example.com or call 978-283-1601
The author of "Not Tonight Dear, I’ve Got a Business to Run!", Dr. Patty Ann Tublin, is an internationally recognized relationship and communication expert. She is a speaker, an author and a therapist. She delivers passionate and inspirational workshops and seminars all over the world for entrepreneurial groups and corporations in addition to her exclusive private practice. Dr. Patty Ann has been featured on hundreds of national and local television stations, radio broadcasts, including satellite and internet radio, and major publications.
Thursday, September 27
Bass Rocks Golf Club 34 Beach Road, Gloucester
11:30 am Check In and Networking
12:00 pm Program
$40 for Members-$45 for Future Members
Sponsored by Den-Mar, Rockport National Bank and Cape Ann Savings Trust and Financial Services.
Addison Gilbert Hospital Reunion
All current, former and retired employees, medical staff members and volunteers of Addison Gilbert Hospital are invited to a Addison Gilbert Hospital
reunion on Saturday, November 10 at The Gloucester House Restaurant, 63 Rogers Street, Gloucester, from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. Buffet dinner $25. per person. Cash bar.
Please RSVP by November 1. Checks should be made payable to: AGH Reunion Committee and mailed to:
AGH Reunion Committee, Cape Ann Savings Bank, 109 Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930.
Please bring your memorabilia, there will be a display table for photos, etc.
Plans are being made for transportation options for those who do not drive. For further information, please
contact Judi Gross 978-283-2406 , Shirlee Farina 978-283-4782 or Judy Brosnan at 978-546-6204.
Two Day Exhibition & Sale
Nadine Boughton, Susan Erony, Paul Cary Goldberg
Saturday October 6, 1:00 – 5:00 PM
Sunday, October 7, 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
105 Maplewood Avenue, 2nd Floor
Gloucester, MA 01930
We hope to see you there.
Paul Cary Goldberg, Flammable, Chromogenic Print, 36 x 36 inches, 2005
Nadine Boughton, Peril, archival ink jet print, 2010
Susan Erony, Ocean Eyes, mixed media on canvas, 9 x 12 inches. 2009
In order to help people more clearly understand why such a debatable system is growing, returned Peace Corps Volunteer Richard Ross will examine the past and present traditions, the deeply-seeded religious and cultural factors, and the consequential impact on both urban and rural societies in Senegal. The presentation will furthermore address the grave challenges so many Talibe face: reintegrating and supporting themselves once the Koranic education comes to an end. Drawing on his three years of service in northern Senegal, Ross will provide first-hand observations on this particular issue while also shedding light on today’s Peace Corps, 50 years on.
Richard Ross, 27, known up and down Rocky Neck as the "ice-cream man," first became curious about foreign lands in an international relations elective at Gloucester High School. Graduating in 2004, he attended the American University in Washington, DC and pursued his fascination with global politics in the school of International Service. Spending a semester in Paris and the Balkans, he discovered the unparalleled learning experience that comes with living abroad. Immediately after graduating university, he moved to New Delhi, India in September of 2008. Splitting his time as a volunteer at a local NGO and as a research assistant for the International Center for Research on Women, Ross traveled extensively in India and throughout South East Asia. Completing his Peace Corps Application that spring, Ross was nominated as an Urban Agriculture Extension agent in Senegal, West Africa. Once arriving, he was soon posted to Senegal’s northern regional capital, St. Louis. He would remain there until May 2012.
WED, September 26, 7-9pm at The Cultural Center on Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson Street