Due to the impending rain and wind, Clean Gloucester and The One Hour Time Gang have postponed clean up for Saturday. Thank you
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Clean Gloucester and The One Hour at a Time Gang would like to invite you to help out on Saturday at the following places.
When: Saturday November 1, 2014
Where: Dog Park from 8:00-11:00 or
Backyard Growers Program at Burnham’s Field, 8:30 – 2:30
Please bring gloves, rakes, shoves, etc.
You can choose which one fits into your schedule.
Thank you all
Please come and join in fun:
When: Saturday, October 25, 2014
Where: Jodrey State pier
Time: 8:00 am -9:00 am
We will supply the bags, please bring gloves and a broom and pan if you would like. Please meet us at the end of the pier.
Maybe we will the seal swimming by.
It looks like Good Harbor Beach will be getting a clean-up this Saturday morning! Join us at 8 am at the footbridge to pick up your trash bag and in one hour we’ll have it clean. Thanks for your help! Le us keep the beach beautiful.
We have bags but please remember to bring gloves.
Deej submits yesterday early afternoon-
This is Gloucester Ave. across the street from the bowling alley up to Maplewood. I’ve been yellow bagging it today and can’t put a dent in how bad it is. I could stand still, not
move my feet and with my grabber, fill a yellow bag to the brim, move two
feet and do it again.
and an update from Deej last night-
I went back out tonight to another street one block over. Again, unbelievable, adjacent to a building on Grove Street . I’m plowing away and a little 8 year old named Jake comes out with his grabber. He wants to help me. My yellow bag is full and I was just about to go home but I couldn’t resist. He ran in his house and got his own bag to share with me. He asked me why people put trash on the ground and I had no good answer for him. We chatted away about school and homework and reading books. I told him thanks little pal and he asked if we could meet tomorrow. I was so overwhelmed. We parted but I got back into it a little further up the block and got over this broken fence. Jake must have seen me and I see him coming back up the street with a huge wheel barrel. We found so much more stuff, even a new hockey stick he asked if he could have. What a great boy. His parents should be proud. I will write him a thank you note and get him a Friendly’s gift card, not because I think he should be rewarded but just because he is an awesome kid. Nice end to a dirty day!
Just In- Alicia Cox from Mamie’s Kitchen just informed me that she will be supplying the peeps that come down the dock with a sheetpan full of the WORLD’S GREATEST COFFEE ROLLS!
Boom! That just happened. I suggest if you plan on coming down and volunteering with us that you get here right at 8 or Ed Collard is liable to pound down half the sheetpan and you might go without
95 East Main St Captain Joe and Sons
We will be having coffee and donuts, giving away GMG Stickas and drawing names from our Earth Day Volunteers for some long sleeve GMG embroidered T Shirts and an embroidered GMG cap (donated by Paulie Walnuts) www.art-rocks.org. There will be an Art Rock hidden. For our waterfront dockside cleanup.
Send in your volunteer pictures from around the city email@example.com I’ll be live blogging it all day long and we want to give recognition to all those folks that are making a difference today!
Melissa Cox is picking up the goodies and yellow bags along with the ones that Rose LoPiccolo dropped off. Melissa is also bringing disposable gloves in case you don’t have any.
7:10AM Melissa and Bill Cox show up with first round of goodies for our volunteers-
7:20 Art Rock Is Hidden
Alice Gardner Shows Up
Alicia’s Cox’ Coffee rolls-
Karen Ristuben writes-
Here’s evidence that every day should be Earth Day.
We got 30 Bags, Pictured left to right Joey C, Melissa Cox, Bill Cox,Ed Collard, Alice Gardner and Kim Smith.
Alice Gardner did a fantastic job and picked up Cripple Cove Landing
Pictured- Bill Cox Who Found His First Art Rock
We are bringing the leftover coffee rolls, donuts and coffee to the Visitor’s Center at Stage Fort. Great work team! Thanks to Donna Ardizzoni and The One Hour at a Time Gang and Donna for dropping off water for the volunteers. Thanks to our volunteers, thanks to Paulie Walnuts for donating the swag, thanks to Alicia Cox at Mamie’s Kitchen for the discounted coffee rolls, thanks to Rose LoPiccolo for her coordinating and Patti Amaral and the rest of the people all over the city and world who are pitching in to make this place we live a better place.
Alice Gardner’s Earth Day Photos from The Dock
What a fun time we had! Thank you and Happy Anniversary! Love that limited edition sticker. The last pictures are of my Earth Day Flag.
Rose LoPiccolo and Patti Amaral With their Earth Day Clean Up Crew At Stage Fort Park
Earth Day Educational Material at Stage Fort Park
Earth Day Volunteer List
Fruits and Veggies Collected for The Open Door Food Pantry
Rose LoPiccolo Reports-
Glad to hear it was a success down on the dock! I don’t have as many photos of different locations as I would like to have had. I checked in at Stage Fort Park – and there was a group hard at work spreading mulch, not sure but i think it was the Rotary Club – I’ll double check that for you. Then I got a call from Laurel Tarantino asking if anyone was looking for a spot to clean – she was at the lower end of Essex Avenue – the marsh stretch to Dunkin Donuts… so I decided to head down there to give her a had for a bit before I bounced around to check in with everyone, I ended up staying there all morning and never went anywhere else! While we were cleaning – A Hiltz truck stopped and took about 8 bags for us – we ended up picking up about 20 bags just from that little stretch!!!!
Thank you so much for all your help and I really love my cool GMG metalic sticker!!!!
A couple of late additions from Rose LoPiccolo
This just in from Bob Scola – he raked all of Pavilion Beach!!!
John McElhenny forwards-
A clean-up of Burnham’s Field will take place this Saturday morning, Feb. 25. Volunteers will fix fences, paint basketball backboards, remove graffiti and pick up litter. Local cleaning company CleanPro has kindly offered to donate supplies and staff to erase graffiti. Ben’s Wallpaper & Paint of Gloucester has generously offered to donate paint for the backboards. Free coffee will be served.
Burnham’s Field across from St. Ann School is the largest green space in central Gloucester. There’s been a resurgence of pride in Burnham’s Field, including a 20-plot community garden created last summer. GoodMorningGloucester readers got to meet the gardeners in a GMG exclusive video serieshere.
The clean-up of Burnham’s Field will be held rain or shine this Saturday from 8 to 10 a.m. All are invited!
Questions? Contact John McElhenny, firstname.lastname@example.org