No one cooks lobster like the Mrs. No-One! We’re still workin on the zugu but you put a pile of lobsters in front of her and she will make your taste buds sing!
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Matt Cooney Aboard The Miss Merideth Landed This Extremely Rare Golden Colored Sea Robin.
Watch it inhale and exhale in this video making itself appear much larger. (probably as a defense mechanism against approaching predators)
It is a critical time of year for our local food pantry. They depend on the community for those in need. Lets help them out! Below are 2 ways to help the the Open Door Food Pantry out. You can check their website or Facebook page for drives throughout the year.
Thanksgiving Food Drive
Saturday, November 20
Market Basket, Gloucester
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
ITEMS MOST NEEDED BY THE OPEN DOOR FOOD PANTRY
- Peanut butter
- Spaghetti sauce
- Healthy snack items
- Canned tuna, chicken and turkey
- Soup and stews
- Canned vegetables
- Macaroni and cheese
- Canned Fruits
- Breakfast cereal
- Rice, noodles and pasta
- Cake, muffin, and pancake mix
- Juices and juiceboxes
You can donate a Holiday Basket for just $25
Each basket contains all the fixings to prepare a family feast this holiday season. You can donate a Holiday Basket in honor of or in memory of someone you love.
You can fill out the form above or Donate Online – Click on Donate on their web site.
- Turkey (14-16 pounds)
- Stuffing Mix
- Butternut squash
- Cranberry Sauce
- Dinner Rolls*
I wonder if I can the support of your readers. I have entered British Air’s essay contest. If I am a winner I will receive a much-needed ticket to London for my business. To win, I need my Gloucester friends and others to vote for my essay. The more votes it receives, the better my chance of winning. People can vote once a day but it is only on over the next four days. Please vote at http://britishairways.promo.eprize.com/contest/view_gallery_link?id=2542.
With much appreciation and many thanks,
William (Bill) Fonvielle
Ken Parker here, happy to announce that Kinloch Nelson will be
returning to the Rhumb Line this Tuesday evening, November 15th, for a
one hour set from 8 to 9pm.
Kinloch is an amazing guiatrist with a completely unique approach.
He’s full of surprises and lots of fun. No guitar player or fan of
guitar wizardry should miss this show!
Kinloch’s first appearance at the Rhumb Line started out with an
impromptu duo with host Bradley Royds, followed by a solo session that
set the house onfire.
Click here to listen> http://www.kinlochnelson.com/index.html
Photos by Louise
Youth Connections- Hand -in Hand with Seniors
A Unique Event Celebrating the
Special Relationships of Youth with the
Trusted Older Adults in their Lives
FREE TRANSPORTATION TO EVENT PROVIDED BY CATA
Youth Connections- Hand -in Hand with Seniors on Tuesday, November 16th at Rose Baker Senior Center from 3:00 PM- 4:30PM celebrates the unique value of intergenerational connections. Sponsored by the Council on Aging, TRIAD and the Healthy Gloucester Collaborative, youth are encouraged to invite a special older adult or adults in their lives and seniors are encouraged to invite the youth special to them.
The gathering will be a lively mix of music, food, teen-senior collaborative activities and features a presentation by Joanne Peterson, the founder of Learn to Cope. Ms. Peterson will discuss Talk with Your Teen: It’s Never Too Soon. Ms. Peterson speaks to young people and adults throughout the country on the importance of adults talking to young people early and often to lessen the chance of youth making unhealthy life decisions.
Peter Jenner of TRIAD, an organization dedicated to improving senior safety, points out “I plan to bring three of my grandchildren. We are all looking forward to the event. Senior citizens and youth have a special communication bond that is different from parents and youth.” According to Gloucester’s Director of Substance Abuse Prevention Joan Whitney, “The healthy development of young people is nurtured by the support of many trusted adults in their lives. The special connections of young people and trusted older adults – be they grandparents, aunts, uncles, neighbors, those who weave stories of life experiences that hold a young person’s attention or simply take the time to talk with a young person—all strengthens youth and ultimately strengthens the community as a whole. On November 16th we hope to celebrate the unique value of these relationships.”
Youth Connections-Hand -in Hand with Seniors is Tuesday, November 16th from 3:00 pm-4:30pm at Rose Baker Senior Center. CATA has offered free transportation on their regular bus routes for attendees. For more information about the event, call Healthy Gloucester Collaborative at 866-964-4603.
This is the back cover of the new Sun Up~Sun Down calendar. If you are the first person to identify all 12 photo locations, you will win a calendar of your choice! Some rules and regulations- Be as specific as possible- Atlantic Ocean or Gloucester harbor are just a little too vague. 😉
So have fun and good luck! And if you need a closer look, check out the Sun Up~Sun Down calendar photos at Present! — Sharon
Matt Cooney Aboard The Miss Merideth Landed This Extremely Rare Golden Colored Sea Robin
Click Here To Check Out The Rest of The Curious Sea Creatures Landed At Our Dock Including Albino Lobsters, Triple Clawed Crabs, Blue Lobsters and More
Paulie had a great idea. Seeing as he can print up children’s sizes as well as adult sizes we thought it would be a great idea to offer them for gifts that grandparents or parents can buy for their grandchildren.
So if you get a Homie T-Shirt for your grandchild and take their picture in them we will post them on the blog.
The childrens sizes will be available in pink or baby blue.
Paulie Frontiero video featuring the GMG T Shirts at the Horribles Parade-
To order one send an email to email@example.com for details. Once we have orders for 7 more we will have enough to get the T-Shirt stock and Paulie can get printing.
Thanks to Paulie to donating his services printing the shirts so we can help pay for photo hosting and other costs for running the blog.
Saving Trees One Coffee Sleeve At A Time
I think this idea is brilliant!