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Windmill Chatter

Paul Korn writes-

We are so proud of our city as it moves solidly into the 21st century.  Some may complain that it ruins the view.  Every morning, I see this glorious structure (the first of three) as I walk on Good Harbor Beach.  It  is a visible commitment to doing our part to create cleaner energy, not to mention making a statement that we care and will act on our values.  (And we will be saving money!)

Paul R. Korn

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Loretta Ligor forwards anti Windmill Articles-

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Ten years too late, it’s good riddance to wind farms – one of the most dangerous delusions of our age

Energy Minister John Hayes has announced no more wind farms are allowed to be built in the UK

The significance of yesterday’s shock announce-ment by our Energy Minister John Hayes that the Government plans to put a firm limit on the building of any more onshore windfarms is hard to exaggerate.

Paul Korn Says “When are you going to see ‘Greasy Pole, the Musical!’? It is great. Everyone should see it.”

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VIVA, Greasy Pole, the Musical!
    I said to Joey this morning, “When are you going to see ‘Greasy Pole, the Musical!’? It is great. Everyone should see it.”  Being Joey, he asked me to write my reactions, so here they are.
    Enjoy one hour of heart and history, laughter, song, soul, food and faith.  Everyone, local Gloucesterites, newcomers, visitors and tourists, should go see this wonderful production that is the premiere performance at The Annie.  High praise and joyful appreciation go to the cast, crew, musicians, backers and audience last night that made the play a perfect opening event for the summer. 
                      Even those of us who have enjoyed St. Peter’s Fiesta for many years in the past were treated to a deeper understanding of the role that “walkin’ the pole” has played in the history of our city.  And the singing, including spontaneous participation by the audience, was exuberant and full, celebrating life, death, joy and sadness.  Out-of-town friends who joined us in the fun last night now want to return to Gloucester to enjoy the real Festival and Walk.
                       Our special thanks go to Henry Allen, Keith Palazzola, Robert Newton and the fantastic band. 
    And Joey, try to make time to see this show.  Bring the family!
Paul R. Korn

Paul is wearing a Michael Gerber designed TAA “LET THE GOOD TIMES SCROLL” T-shirts that are available at Temple Ahavat Achim.