Sober St Patty’s Day Event?
It is at 7:30pm on Saturday March 17th, at the American Legion Hall 2nd fl (use side door). This is at 8 Washington St Gloucester Ma 01930.
This Event is for those looking to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in a sober environment. We will have local bands, dancing, Door prizes, and a raffle for two Claddagh Rings!
Food and Beverages will be available for sale to support Sober Connections as well.
For more info they can call Sober Connections at: 978-381-9888
Don’t forget to visit our sites:
SoberConnections.org our Public Site
SoberConnections.net our Social Network of Recovery
SerenityCircus.com our Retail Online Store! Please consider checking us out and using our Donations Page to help fund our Programs!
Docksiders "Ecycling" day
All Towns are Welcome
Electronics and Appliance Recycle Day
The Docksiders Jazz Band
Sat. March 17, 9:00 AM-2:00 PM
Gloucester High School Parking Lot,
32 Leslie O’Johnson Rd. Gloucester MA
Electronics such as: Monitors, computers,stereos, DVD, scanners, copiers, etc…$5 ea.
Appliances such as: Dishwashers,Dryers,stoves,Microwaves,
Dehumidifiers,Refrig.,AC,Exercise Equipment, Lawn Mowers,
Small Engine items, Snow Blowers,etc……$10 each.
TV<19..$10 TV>19..$15 Console/Wood TV.. $20
Junk Car Batteries.. NO Fee(They will be recycled)
Questions: contact Dennis Wood 508-277-7513 email@example.com
St. Paw-Tricks Celebration
Celebrate the Luck of the Irish by adopting a pet today! Stop in to
visit our many adorable cats and dogs as we honor St. Patrick’s Day
with our own version of St. Paw-trick’s Week. Wednesday March 14th
through Sunday March 18th when you visit our shelter try your luck and
pull a four leaf clover to get anywhere from 10% to 50% off of an
adult adoption fee. Be the start of a rainbow, rescue a pet and be a
hero to your own furry pot of gold!
Attached are photos of 2 of our adult animals available for adoption.
Sophie the dog is an 8 years old sweet mellow girl just looking for a
comfy home to relax in and Cali 1 year old cat is an affectionate
diluted calico looking to snuggle in a home of her own.
NeedyMeds at the Gloucester City Council
Gloucester, MA (3/13/12) – In the past 2½ years, residents of Gloucester have saved nearly $350,000 on prescription costs with the Gloucester Fund NeedyMeds Drug Discount Card. The partnership between these two groups has also earned the City of Gloucester nearly $3,000 for use in city-wide health-related projects.
At the March 13th meeting of the Gloucester City Council, Rich Sagall, MD, President of NeedyMeds, updated the councilors on the use of the Gloucester-specific card. The card, which is free and distributed at many sites throughout the city, has been used to save on nearly 12,000 prescriptions. The average savings per prescription is close to $30.00.
Nationally, the NeedyMeds Drug Discount Card saved users over $1 million in December and another $1 million in January. In total, the card has saved users over $15 million in three years.
The free card can be used by anyone, as there are no age, income, insurance or residency restrictions. People with insurance or on state or federal programs can use the card if their drugs are not covered or if they have poor medication coverage. The card offers a discount of up to 80% off the cash price of prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications and medical supplies if written as a prescription, and pet prescription drugs purchased at a pharmacy. The average savings is about 50%.
The drug discount card is accepted at all the pharmacies on Cape Ann and over 62,000 pharmacies nationwide. There is no registration process and all use is anonymous. Unlike many other cards, no user-identifiable information is gathered, offering a high level of privacy protection.
In addition to Gloucester, NeedyMeds is working with Lowell, Chelmsford, Dracut and other municipalities on the North Shore of Boston. NeedyMeds has partnership programs with over 200 local, regional and national organizations.
“Daily we hear from card users who tell us by using the card they can afford medicines they otherwise couldn’t afford,” says Rich Sagall, MD, president of NeedyMeds. He goes on, “It’s very gratifying to see how we are helping so many people who might have had to go without their medications.”
As a non-profit, NeedyMeds keeps costs down and passes the savings on to the card users. Many pharmacists have reported that the NeedyMeds Drug Discount Card offers the best discount of any drug discount card.
About NeedyMeds: NeedyMeds, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit, is a comprehensive and reliable source of information on assistance available for people having difficulties paying for their medications or health care. The Web site (http://www.needymeds.org) is visited by over 15,000 people each workday. NeedyMeds has the most comprehensive and reliable database of patient assistance programs available and all of NeedyMeds’ information is always free, easy to access, and updated regularly. Unlike similar sites, NeedyMeds requires no registration. All the information is easily printed.
One of the rare Art Showings by Cape Ann Watercolor Artists (and oils) is at Sawyer Free Library for the month of March. Check it out, Joey!
(Love your blog… the UMass girl’s (Alex Gross) article about learning lobstering was stellar. Karen Nastuk)
Essex Shipbuilding Museum and Schooner Adventure present…
on SCHOONER ADVENTURE
presentation by RON GILSON, author of An Island No More
with Ryan and Woods Distillery Rum Tasting
7pm, March 28, 2012,
at the Essex Shipbuilding Museum’s Waterline Center
Tickets available at the door or in advance at
Essex Shipbuilding Museum Website