Videotaping and commentary by FOB Frank Ciolino
Monthly Archives: August 2009
Former Patriot Troy Brown At The Harbor House In Gloucester at 4:30PM Then to The Farm Bar and Grill In Essex around 530PM
You heard it here.
Troy Brown’s coming to town.(Click here to see theTimes article) AND he’s going to be at some of Gloucester’s watering holes after his appearance TODAY at The Liquor Locker (287 Main Street) from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. and Seabreeze Liquors (Next to Eastern Ave. Shaw’s) from 2:30-4:00. Troy will be out and about from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Out of the 27 entries for the Troy Brown/Narragansett contest, these kids were the winners! Kyle Edmonds, Owen Parisi, and Joey Ciolino will meet up with Troy later with Joey’s dad. What a thrill for the boys! Congratulations, kids!
Much thanks to Sharon Lowe for manning the Red Carpet Cam!
Look for The Block Party Red Carpet Celebrity Slide Show At 8AM
A Complete Team Effort Proved Once Again That The Power Of Pulling In The Same Direction For A Great Event Can Reap Huge Rewards For Our Entire Community!
Great job by my fellow Block Party Committee members once again. Also a great job by the folks in City Government and the Police and Fire Departments.
Special thanks to some unsung heros who also helped tremendously during the event- Rick Moore, Donna Ardizzone, and Bob Gillis who helped clean the streets.
Thanks To the DPW for leaving the extra barrells.
Big thanks to The Cape Ann YMCA Clean Team who you will see in a video later today helping to clean the streets spotless at the end of the night.
I’d like to give a huge personal thank you to our Good Morning Gloucester Soldiers- Sharon who manned the GMG Block Party Celebrity Red Carpet Station (Slide show coming at 8AM), Joey and Frank Ciolino who built the backdrop and helped throughout the event at the media presentation truck and David Cox who will undoubtedly provide us with hundreds more photos from this magnificent evening .
Thanks to the people who provided the media presentations, the Art Haven Folks who provided children activities, and Georgie and Erika Hansen who were doing the face painting.
Thanks to all the musicians and performers who donated their time on one of the busiest nights of the year when they could be playing paid gigs elsewhere but play instead for free because they too realize that sometimes it’s not about getting paid.
The Downtown Merchants and restaurants once again put their best face forward and showed what a brilliant jewel we have in Downtown Gloucester.
Rocky Neck Art Association held its Beaux Arts Ball Celebration Thursday night and David Cox went down to get us the photos!