Northshore Sports Desk
Hi Joe – the North Shore Sports Desk will be broadcasting live from inside the Cape Ann Savings Bank this saturday morning the 8th from 8-9am. Nick Curcuru – Gloucester Times and Phil Stacey – Salem News will be hosting the show. Guests will be the cape ann savings bank student athletes of the year as chosen by the bank and the show. A male and female each from gloucester high, manchester/essex and rockport high are chosen. Thanks Joey for a mention!! Best- Pete Kelley
The Cape Ann Y – Mobile Y program is offering free one week tennis lessons next week August 10th. Tennis lessons take place at the High School Tennis courts for kids ages 5&up. No cost, just need to register at the Cape Ann Y. The Mobile Y Program is sponsored by the United Way- Women in Action.
Youth Tennis Lessons
Ages: 5 years & up, co-ed
Week of August 10th
Location: Municipal Tennis Court at Gloucester High School
Ages 5-8 years Time: 5:00pm
Ages 9& Up Time: 6:00pm
his top-notch program will introduce the game of tennis to beginners and reinforce strong skill-development for returning players. Through a series of games and fun activities, your child will make new friends and learn the basics of tennis in this fun and recreational setting. Kids are encouraged to bring their own racquets, if they do not have one we have a limited number available.
This special 1 week clinic is offered at no cost, however kids are required to be registered. We have limited number of spaces available! Register for all week or just the days that you want!
Teens from around the globe get an up close look at Gloucester.
Young women from around globe check out the Sea Pocket Touch Tank Aquarium at Maritime Gloucester Saturday as part of the Women2Women Conference. Photo by Desi Smith.
GLOUCESTER — A group of 120 young women from all over the globe descended on the Maritime Gloucester museum Saturday afternoon to learn all about marine science, the local fishing industry, and what it’s like to be a female sea captain.
The point of the program was to help inspire these young women — ages 15 to 19 — and assure them they can have a place among the next generation of influential chemists, biologists, engineers, mathematicians — even seafarers, if that’s their dream.
Read the full article from the Gloucester Daily Times.