Monthly Archives: December 2010

Rita Rudner Quote of The Week From Greg Bover

December 7, 2010
I love being married. It’s so great to find that one special person you want to annoy for the rest of your life.
—Rita Rudner  1953-
Rita Rudner is a Miami native who has appeared on the Tonight Show, HBO, and the BBC. She is the winner of the Gracie Allen Award and cites Woody Allen and Jack Benny as early influences.

Greg Bover

Over 100 people attended Marrow Drive at Addison Gilbert Hospital

Over 100 people attended Marrow Drive at Addison Gilbert Hospital

Christopher Xavier, Sophomore, Manchester-Essex
Regional High School (L) and Bethany Marino greet
guests who attended the Marrow Registry Drive held at
Addison Gilbert Hospital on December 7. Over 100 guests attended.
Bethany is the daughter of Cheryl Craaybeek Marino
who the drive was being held in honor of.

Laura Clark, Microbiology Manager, Laboratory,
Addison Gilbert Hospital, would like to thank all those who attended the drive
as well as the Laboratory staff who volunteered their time.

Those wishing more information about upcoming
marrow registry drives are asked to contact
cmulcah2
or call 877-601-1926, ext. 7723.

SAT/SUN Dec 11 & 12 : Rocky Neck Winter Stroll, 11am to 4pm

2010 Winter Stroll

December 11 & 12, 11am – 4pm

If you haven’t been to Rocky Neck in E. Gloucester before, then this is a wonderful opportunity to check out the galleries and studios, enjoy some festive cheer and shop local. If you are a regular we look forward to seeing you to show you the new works we have available.

All the galleries will be open with festive offerings: Elynn Kroger, Side Street, Sigrid Olsen, Goetteman Gallery, John Nesta Gallery, IMAGINE Gallery

IMAGINE will be sponsoring a fundraiser for the Gloucester Education Foundation (GEF) which supports the arts and science in the Gloucester public school system, as well as The Open Door Food Pantry. 50% of all proceeds will be split between these two wonderful community organizations. Do your holiday shopping and benefit local charities ~ such a deal!

Hope to see you there! www.ImagineRockyNeck.com

Alek Razdan & the A-Train Orchestra in Rockport tonight!

If you’ve ever heard this band, you’ll no doubt want to come tonight to hear them again, and if you’ve never heard this band, here’s your chance.  They’re playing in the Old Firehouse Trust, which is right in Dock Square in downtown Rockport, from 4 to 8pm, where they will be tearing it up with their brand of high-energy jazz.  The A-Train Orchestra will help you warm up between stops on your shopping trip throughout downtown.  The Rockport Festivals group is hosting a hot chocolate stand right next to the band, so you can have a hot drink in hand while listening to some great music.

See you there!

Men’s Night At Present December 9th Live Girls Knitting!

Joey,
We’ve decided to use Men’s Night as a chance to showcase some to Gloucester’s finest.  We will be having tastings by Ryan and Wood and Cape Ann Brewing Company, along with all sorts of beautiful gifts handmade in Gloucester.
All that and we promise LIVE GIRLS KNITTING!
I am attaching a little flier I put together.
Thanks!
Amanda Cook

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Annisquam Light From E.J. Lefavour

E.J. writes-

Did you know that Annisquam Harbor Light Station, formerly known as Wigwam Point (a name that stems from the long use of the point as a summer gathering place for local Indians), was first built in 1801 at a cost of $2,000 and is now one of the oldest light stations in Massachusetts; and that the little white stone house was used to store oil to light the lamp in the tower?

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Painting- E.J. Lefavour Khan Studio
www.khanstudiointernational.com