Community Photos 1/28/14

Greetings from the Delaware River Valley, Joey.  Rob and I were by Pavilion Beach on July 20th, 2012, when we noticed how incredibly still the sea was.  There were three young women who may have been learning how to use the SUP board, but ended up quite comfortably out by the large sail boat.  It simply seemed surreal.  When I saw the posting a couple of days ago with people walking on the ice (maybe in the same area), I remembered my photo and pulled it out of my 40,000.  Linda are

If you should use this, just pick the best photo.  We are fascinated by the sea being frozen.

Linda rae castagna


Hi Joey,

Saw these swans hangin out with their buddies on Front Beach in Rockport today.

Matt Cegelis

Cegelis Art Group


Here are a few shots of last nights opening at Flatrocks Gallery. They had a great turnout for their new show Translucence. Here is Debbie Clarke in front of her paintings, and the owners, Anne Marie Crotty and Cynthia Roth.


Manchester-Essex Rotary news from Dorothy Sieradzki

Manchester-Essex Rotary awarded three Manchester-Essex High School graduates scholarships at the Rotary’s January 8th meeting.  Laurel Barrie is a freshman at Stetson University in Florida, studying health science.  Sarah Sergeant is a freshman at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut, studying physical therapy.   Calvin Lamothe is a freshman at Vassar studying psychology. 

Manchester-Essex Rotary is a service organization, whose membership consists of various local business leaders, and is a member of Rotary International, and is dedicated to building goodwill and peace throughout the world.  The Manchester-Essex chapter raises funds through community events to provide scholarships to local students and give back to the community in a variety of ways.   Rotary thanks each of you for your kind and generous support and participation throughout the year!


scholarship recipients
Photo 1 Calvin Lamothe, Sarah Sergeant, Laurel Barrie

MERC 3 - Copy
Photo 3 Brendan O’Donoghue, MERC President, Sarah Sergeant, Laurel Barrie, Bob Gravino, District Annual Giving Chair

One comment

  • Excllent photo’s and the shot with all the different type birds together – we as humans could learn allot about how they adapt to each other within confined space 🙂 Thanks!


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