I posted a few “live blog” photos of Santa’ much awaited arrival, but here are several more.
Such a fun tradition. It is so fun to watch the boys, and all of Rockport’s children, get older each year as they stand on T-Wharf and await Santa’s arrival.
This was our 9th “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” and the novelty has certainly not worn off.
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1 DECEASED, 2 RESCUED AFTER GLOUCESTER MA FISHING BOAT SINKS
BOSTON — The Coast Guard rescued two fishermen and recovered a third deceased Thursday after their fishing boat sank 12 miles off Thatcher Island, Gloucester.
A good Samaritan aboard the Foxy Lady notified watchstanders at the Coast Guard Sector Boston command center at about 3 p.m. that the
fishing boat Orin C was disabled and needed a tow.
The Foxy Lady began towing Orin C toward shore, but high wind and waves impeded their effort. A large wave reportedly crashed over Orin C’s bow, causing the boat to flood.
Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Boston, who had been monitoring the tow on VHF radio, launched a 47-foot Motor Life Boat crew from Coast Guard Station Gloucester.
The crew arrived on scene, passed a pump to the Orin C crew, hooked up tow, and made way toward Gloucester against 30 knot winds and 8-foot seas.
While initially effective, the pump was eventually unable to keep up with flooding coming over the boat’s bow and it began sinking
Per protocol, the Coast Guard crew broke tow and maneuvered swiftly back toward Orin C for the three fishermen.
The plan for safest rescue from the boat was to have each crewmember enter the water and be recovered one at a time. The first rescue went
as planned, but the boat began sinking too quickly so the remaining two crewmembers abandoned the boat together.
When the boat crew recovered the two men, one of them was unresponsive. They began CPR immediately, and continued for more than
an hour, while they pushed toward shore.
They arrived at Gloucester at about 10:30 p.m., where local EMS and a medical examiner were awaiting their arrival, and pronounced the man dead.
The other two men were reported uninjured.
“We’re reminded tonight how dangerous and unforgiving the sea can be,” said Chief Petty Officer Stephen Veda, the command duty officer at Coast Guard Sector Boston. “This is a tragic end to a very harrowing case – the effects of which will be felt throughout the entire maritime community for some time,” he said.
The Coast Guard is broadcasting a safety notice to mariners navigating in the vicinity of where Orin C is thought to have sunk.
The cause of the sinking is under investigation.
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I decided I wanted to get our contributors Gloucester Beach Sticker T Shirts this year. Our Paulie Walnuts came up big doing the printing for me. Thanks Paulie
Closed for maintenance! The library will be closed Tuesday December 8 and Wednesday December 9 so that intensive cleaning and maintenance may be done safely. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause!
Middle Street Walk:
The Friends will be offering warm cider and cookies as well as staffing a sales desk featuring our mural cards, t-shirts and bags 11am-4pm
I would like to post these pictures of a grouper and kingfish caught by my son Randy Young Off Egemont Key near Fort Desoto St Petersburg Fl but I don’t know how to do it. We are missing Clell and Geri here this year Thanks Esther Young
SeniorCare Inc.’s Myra Herrick Conference Room was recently the site for an amazing look into the generosity of knitters on the North Shore and Cape Ann.
Throughout 2015, more than 30 volunteer knitters—members of SeniorCare’s Project Warm Friends—created thousands of beautiful hand-made gifts to be given to people in need. Over the coming holiday season, SeniorCare will distribute 2,500 items to hospital patients, veterans, seniors, teens, young children and newborns.
SeniorCare’s Project Warm Friends began in 1997 as Project Warm Child to provide warm knitted and crocheted baby clothing and blankets to needy newborns. In 2004, the program expanded to include larger items for children at Pathways for Children in Gloucester. In 2005 lap robes were added for nursing home residents and the name was changed to Project Warm Friends.
This year’s list of donated items includes
876 infant hats
277 child hats
172 infant sweaters
130 adult hats
111 child sweaters
98 knit afghan blankets
94 child mittens
80 lap blankets
56 fleece baby blankets
55 knit baby blankets
44 pillow cases
41 teddy bears
38 changing pads
27 adult mittens
24 pairs of baby booties
13 infant mittens
SeniorCare, a Massachusetts Aging Services Access Point, with offices in Beverly and Gloucester, is a regional consumer-centered organization that provides and coordinates services to elders and others, enabling them to live independently at home or in a setting of their choice while remaining part of the community. SeniorCare can be reached at 978-281-1750 or 1-866-927-1050 (TTY 978-282-1836). SeniorCare is also a federally designated Area Agency on Aging, providing services such as Meals on Wheels and Community Dining Sites. SeniorCare’s service area includes: Beverly, Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Ipswich, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Rockport, Topsfield and Wenham.
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Are You A FOB?
Then you better get your sexy ass down to Cape Ann Giclee For The GMG XMAS Party December 5th! 7PM Til We Burn Down The Neighborhood!
I’m just gonna put this out there that if you consider yourself a FOB you had better show up for our killer OFFICIAL GMG CHRISTMAS PARTY!!!!!!
We’re gonna celebrate it all, Kwanza, spinnin the dradel, all that fun shit!
Saturday, December 5, 2015 – 7 to 11pm (ish)
Cape Ann Giclée
20 Maplewood Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
It’s pot-luck and byob
I built this app exclusively as a tool for our lobstermen with a bunch of tools they can use at their fingertips.
Here are some screenshots of the Captain Joe and Sons Lobsterman’s App on my phone and a list of the features-
Contact > Captain Joe & Sons address and contact Info
Call Frank Direct > Dials my partner Frank With a press of the button
Call Joe Direct > Dials me with a press of the button
Marine Forecast > Direct Link To the Latest NOAA Marine Forecast
Mass Bay Buoy > Direct Link To Wind, Wave height At the Mass Bay Buoy
Gloucester Tides > Direct Link To Current Gloucester Harbor Tide Chart
Gloucester MA Radar > One Button Tap For Current Radar
Email > Initiated an email addressed to me
Captain Joe and Sons Blog > A List of the latest posts on the Captain Joe and Sons Blog
Map > Interactive Map Showing Location
Video > The Latest YouTube Videos Featuring Scenes from Captain Joe and Sons
GMG App > A Link to download the latest GMG App
Fisherman David Sutherland of the Orin C died at sea yesterday. Good Morning Gloucester is sending our prayers and condolences to David Sutherland’s family and friends. Read more here.
Artist Jill Feron preparing to paint new restaurant Tonno’s window, which she reports will be opening in May.
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