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Full quality automotive repair, located on 14 Kondelin Road, Gloucester MA 01930.
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Who is Sean Nolan? This question has been asked on more than one occasion as of late and it deserves an honest and accurate answer. Sean is first and foremost a son of this community; he is like many others, a concerned and caring part of Ward 5. Sean’s past experience as a member of The Magnolia Lions and as a Board Member of the Magnolia Library has kept him in touch with a variety of friends and neighbors and allowed him to learn what it is that makes all of Ward 5 so special. His involvement and membership in organizations such as The Freemasons and The Shriners Hospital has shown him the importance of putting others first, that there is a greater good in charity and service.
Who is Sean Nolan? He is local business owner whom many trust with the safety of themselves and their family. Sean, alongside his wife Stacey, has owned and operated Extreme Truck and Auto for more than a decade and continues to treat the people who come to him as family.
Who is Sean Nolan? Sean is a new set of eyes and willing set of ears; he is a part of this community in every way and needs only one opportunity to prove to those who don’t already know him, just how capable and eager he is to do whatever it takes to keep Ward 5 the wonderful place it has always been.
Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (978)-375-8381
Who is Sean Nolan? I am Sean Nolan and I want the opportunity to serve my community as your Ward 5 Councilor, thank you for any and all considerations.
HUGE SHOUT OUT AND THANK YOU AMAZING TEAM OF ANDREW BUTLER LEATHERNECK LANDSCAPING AND SEAN NOLAN EXTREME TRUCK AND AUTO REPAIR
I only wish we had before photos but trust me when I say the weeds were waste high!
Thank you to Harbor Walk Friend and Volunteer Amy Kerr, who contacted Sean Nolan of Extreme Truck and Auto Repair, who got in touch with Andrew Butler of Leatherneck Landscaping. Sean, Andrew, and a crew member mowed, weed whacked and raked, despite the extreme heat and humidity. They did this on a volunteer basis, absolutely free of charge. Andrew and Sean plan to stop by several times a month to lend a hand and I just can’t tell you how grateful we are for the help.
Amy also reports that Sean and Andrew help greatly with many community clean ups around town.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, and ninety nine thank yous more, to Lynn Bird, Amy Kerr, Andrew Butler, and Sean Nolan for your tremendous help with the HarborWalk.
That was my little tribute to Major Tom…in case you missed it. Bygones.
I’d like to take this opportunity to publicly thank the Curtis Family…Sean, Erin, Lydia, Brityn, and baby Henry for the excellent public service announcement they are kind enough to bestow upon the town of Rockport during the holiday season.
While, ahem ahem, it was a bit later than usual this year…it did not disappoint once finally arriving. Contrary to disappointing, actually, it is new and improved and really quite fantastic!
You see, the Curtis family has been helping to spread the holiday joy in the children of Rockport….and pure panic in the hearts of the grown-ups…for the past several years.
Formally, a giant snowman helped to count down the days, hours, minutes…and even seconds…until Christmas. After taking an unfortunate tumble, the large cold one was placed on the DL (that’s the disabled list). And, yes, I’m talking to you….the one who thought the World Series Trophy on our Christmas Card several years ago was a menorah. (see below)
At any rate, with Frosty down and out, an even better (in my opinion) countdown clock has taken his place! My boys get such joy out of seeing it each afternoon on the way home from school/work! It is pretty awesome…even if it does cause me some major anxiety.
Excellent article in the Gloucester Daily Times, written by Sean Horgan, published December 12, 2013.
“Joe Orlando still wakes up in the night, when the wind is whistling, and wonders if he should go down to the Gloucester House and make sure the Padre Pio’s lines are secure.
There still are days when the longtime Gloucester fisherman, as if lured by something invisible and irresistible, finds himself heading toward the dock to check on his boat.
“I say to myself, ‘What am I doing’?” Orlando said.
He is doing what he’s done for the past 30 years, what he’s done since he bought the 65-foot steel fishing boat in 1983 in partnership with his sister Angela Sanfilippo and her husband John.
There’s only problem: Orlando no longer owns the Padre Pio.”
Read the full article here:
More posts on GMG about the Padre Pio:
In honor of the upcoming Gay Pride parade in Salem this weekend Sean wanted to give back a little something to his legion of fans.
For more info on the parade-
Sean Hurley here, Cape Ann artist/printmaker.
As you may or may not know, I am also full time cook down at Halibut Point, and we are trying to spread the word about our upcoming anniversary, and the return of our classic menu. In January, Halibut Point will celebrate its 30th anniversary, almost unheard of in the restaurant business. We’ve recently been trying out some new things, but we want to get the news out that due to customer feedback and demand, we’ve returned to what we do best, re-instating our old menu.
I’d love it if you could help spread the word – I’ll attach the current menu below.
Oysters & Cherrystones 2.50 each ½ dozen 14.00
Shrimp Cocktail – With homemade cocktail sauce 10.00 Chowders & Soups – cup 6.00 bowl 8.00
Clam Chowder – White and creamy
Italian Fish Chowder – Spicy tomato base with peppers and onions
Howard’s Chili – Beef, black bean, and tomato
Soup of the Day – Ask your server
Side of Italian bread 2.00
Appetizers & Salads
Sliced Prosciutto, Fresh Mozzarella, Salami, and Italian Bread 8.00
Cajun Shrimp Kabob – Served with blue cheese dressing 8.00
Steak Kabob – Marinated sirloin with veggies 8.00
Grilled Buffalo Wings – Spicy and served with blue cheese dressing 9.00
Garden Salad – with garlic mustard, balsamic vinaigrette, or blue cheese dressing 6.00
… with grilled chicken 11.00 …with grilled salmon or steak tips 13.00
From the Grill
Served with chips and a pickle, coleslaw, or hot side
Old Fashioned Burger or Grilled Chicken Sandwich 8.50
… add choice of cheddar, Swiss, provolone, or creamy bleu cheese, caramelized onion, or bacon 1.00 ea.
Haddock and Cheese Sandwich – grilled in foil, with cheddar cheese, bread crumbs,and a side of coleslaw 13.00
Open Faced Salmon – with pesto and mozzarella on a slice of Italian bread 13.00
Grilled Hot Dog 5.50 …with sauerkraut and cheese or chili and cheese 6.50
The Harf and Harf – A juicy cheeseburger and cheese dog relaxing on a bun, withgreen pepper, lettuce, tomato, onion, ketchup, mustard, and mayo 14.00
The Point Reuben – on rye bread with sauerkraut and Swiss cheese 9.00
The Fatty Matty – steak tips on a bun with onions and blue cheese dressing – 12.00
Grilled Chicken and Ham Sandwich – with choice of cheese 10.00
Feta Chicken Sandwich – with lettuce, tomato, and poppy seed dressing 10.00
Cheese Steak – with melted cheddar cheese 9.00
Served with chips and a pickle, coleslaw, or hot side
Turkey and Cheddar – with lettuce, tomato, red pepper, and aioli 8.50
Ham and Swiss Sandwich – with lettuce, tomato, and mustard 8.50
Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato – with mayo 7.00
Chicken Salad Sandwich – secret recipe 8.50
Tuna Salad Sandwich 8.00
Tomato & Fresh Mozzarella Sandwich – with pesto 8.50
The Dagwood Delight – Ham, turkey, tuna, cheddar and Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato,onion, mustard, mayo, and green pepper, on crispy Italian bread 14.00
Halibut Point Special:
Burger, Chicken, or Deli Sandwich, with Cup of Chowder or Soup & Draft Beer 18.00
Served with our hot side and vegetable of the day
Howard Blackburn’s Haddock – Cooked in foil with parsley lemon butter, topped with crumbs 20.00
Charcoal grilled Salmon 20.00
London Broil – marinated, sliced thin and served with toast 19.00
Teriyaki Steak Tips 20.00
Cajun Shrimp Kabobs – spicy, served with our blue cheese dressing 18.00
Boneless Chicken Breasts – with feta and poppy seed dressing, or with buffalo sauce and blue cheese 18.00
Adam Bolonsky reports-
Sean Hurley, local artist at work in his studio at Beacon Marine Basin, just one of many artists’ beehives located throughout Gloucester, opens up his studio to Good Morning Gloucester.
Watch while Sean runs the first step in printing a large-sized copper plate etching: inking the etched copper plate.
The print Sean has created is far larger than 11″x17″.
And, attention, Gloucester and Rockport gallery owners! Sean has representation in New York, but none on Cape Ann!
Sean and Tuffy- In Case Anyone Had Any Thoughts That They Like To Have Fun, Here’s Sean’s Jock Strap Dive
Anyone who thought that our boys were serious only needed to look at this gem from the past-
Here’s our boy diving off our roof in his Jock strap-
It’s a tough job man
Winter fishing on the Trapper John-
No one could ever accuse Sean of not being a giver.
Always looking out for his adoring fans, he has something special planned for an upcoming exclusive GMG video.
We aim to please here at GMG, so here you go.
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