Community Stuff 5/16/14
If there’s anyway you can run something for us to promote the health fair this sat may 17 to GHS that the Red Sox World Series trophy is coming to, we would b very grateful!
Here’s a link too of several items to b auctioned/raffled off. Thanks!
11th Annual Seacoast Seven – 2014 Online Registration
Event Date: Saturday, July 19, 2014, Event Time: 8 am
Online registration ends: 7/17/2014 at Noon, EST
Friends of Seacoast, the fund raising committee for the Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, in Gloucester
is organizing the 11th Annual Seacoast Seven Road Race in Gloucester on July 19, 2014. Last year’s race was a big
success and we are expecting a large turnout for 2014
- Awards/cash prizes
- All proceeds from the race go directly to The Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
- The start/finish line is located at Stage Fort Park overlooking beautiful Gloucester Harbor
- The Seacoast Seven Mile Race starts at 8 am
- There will be music before and after the race. Bagels and cold drinks will be served at the Finish Line
Atlantic Saltworks: Becoming a Gloucester Business + Launching a Kickstarter Campaign!
Since you first reached out to us late last year, we have received nothing but a positive welcome from everyone in Gloucester and have had such a demand for our salt that we have decided to open up a new salt making facility in Gloucester! We are close to identifying a location to get the move started. This new place of our own will help us meet growing demand, scale our business and make us Gloucester based.
But, we need help to make it a reality. So, we’ve turned to crowdsourced funding on Kickstarter to help raise some of the funds needed. We are hoping you might be able to help spread the word about our impending arrival and our kickstarter campaign. If you or anyone else is interested in supporting us, here is a link to the campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/atlanticsaltworks1/a-modern-day-salt-works-in-gloucester-mass
Your amazing support is what brought us to Gloucester in the first place, and we can’t wait to be a permanent part of the community!!
Thanks a million!
Alison and Heather
Google Advertising Seminar May 21, 2014 Hosted by McDougall Interactive
I wanted to let you know about Google doing an exclusive free one hour workshop for our friends at our office on May 21st about Google Adwords and growing small businesses.
See our page on Google’s partner site:
Our release is here on boston.com:
Featured speakers from Google include:
Arjan DijkVP, Global Small Business Marketing:
Helping small businesses succeed on the web, Arjan authored The Small Think Big Book, sharing unique insights, inspirational stories, and actionable ideas to help small businesses thrive in a hyper-connected marketplace.
Fred Vallaeys, Google AdWords Evangelist:
Showing how to maximize a business online, Fred demonstrates navigating online advertising and expanding online presence through smarter insights — leading to greater customer engagement with digital ads.
Ben Wood, Director, Channel Sales Americas:
Explaining how to work and win with an agency, Ben discusses how small businesses should approach working with an agency, resources the Google agency team provides, and the importance of working with an online professional.
18A Pleasant Street, Gloucester, Massachusetts
Join us for Opening Reception
Saturday, May 24, 2014
6 – 8 pm
Law and Water Gallery
Cape Ann Museum Annual Meeting
Celebrating the Accomplishments of 2013
The Cape Ann Museum will hold its Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will take place at Cruiseport Gloucester, 6 Rowe Square, Gloucester and is open to the public.
2013 was a year of momentous change for the Cape Ann Museum. Staff and board members will recap and review last year’s accomplishments, including the launch of a $5 million capital campaign and the start of an essential and significant renovation project. In addition to electing directors and officers, Cape Ann Museum members will be asked to vote on a proposal that, if adopted by at least two-thirds of all of the members eligible to vote, would change the legal name of the corporation from Cape Ann Historical Association to Cape Ann Museum to conform to the name adopted by the Board of Directors.