Patrick Thorpe, President of Bank Gloucester, with Diane Stringer, President and Elizabeth Macomber of Hospice.(Care Dimensions)
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Mark Grenier at BankGloucester told me I should sent you some information to post on your blog about the Father Bullock 5 mile Run 2 mile walk event on Saturday October 2, 2010. We will be set up at Good Harbor Beach. All proceeds will be donated to the needy of Cape Ann. Last year we raised over 3000.00 which was donated to Action Inc., The Open Door, and Saint Vincent de Paul Society our website is www.fatherbullockroadrace.com .
Thanks in advance for any press you can give to us.
Father Bullock 5 Mile Road Race
2 Mile Walk
Saturday, October 2, 2010
Click "HERE" to REGISTER TODAY!!
Run the beautiful shoreline of Historic Gloucester, MA!
If you are unable to attend the event and would still like to make a donation to the Fr. Bullock 5 Miler Charitable Trust to help needy families on Cape Ann you can send your donations to:
Attn: Patricia Natti, Fr. Bullock 5 Miler Charitable Trust,
160 Main St., Gloucester, MA 01930.
Donation checks are payable to Fr.Bullock 5 Miler Charitable Trust.
The Father Bullock Charitable Trust is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization.
The student musicians in the Docksiders, Gloucester High School’s stage band, made their last big fund-raising push for their trip to Hawaii.
The trip to Hawaii, April 16 to 23, is not the first trip the group has taken. In the nine years the band has been together, it is given concerts throughout the Cape Ann area, and tries to take a trip every two years. The Docksiders have traveled as far as California to play at Disney Land and to Florida, where the group twice played at Walt Disney World.
It was the Docksiders’ trip to Walt Disney World two years ago that led to this excursion for the band. See Times article here.
From Rocky Neck News-
Boats at Cripple Cove, watercolor by Marilyn Swift
See Marilyn Swift’s recent watercolor paintings of Cape Ann at Bank Gloucester, 160 Main Street. Exhibition continues until January 9, 2010.
BankGloucester would like to invite the Cape Ann community to participate in their annual holiday events. On Wednesday, December 9th join us for the annual Tree of Lights. From 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm at BankGloucester, celebrate the grand illumination of the 2009 “Tree of Lights”. For those who have lost a loved one, their absence is felt even more profoundly during this season. As the “Tree of Lights” is lit, we remember those who have touched our lives. To sponsor a light in memory of a loved one – pick up an order form at BankGloucester or get an order form through our website – click on the “community” link at the top right of the homepage at http://www.BankGloucester.com On Saturday December 12th join us for a FREE photo with Santa. Have a picture taken with Santa from 11 am to noon in the new building on Main Street. We will take your picture with Santa and give you one free 4×6 print. If you would like, we will also e-mail you the electronic file to use however you like. On Saturday, December 12th The Middle Street Stroll. Stroll historic Middle Street between 11 am and 4 pm and enjoy open houses, concerts, and special programs offered FREE throughout the afternoon. BankGloucester is offering FREE refreshments and holiday music performed live by local musicians in their Middle Street building from noon to 3 pm. BankGloucester is located at 160 Main Street in Gloucester. If you have any questions please contact BankGloucester at 978-283-8200.
There are people that are asking how they can help if they missed the Gloucester Guerilla Art Project.
You could make checks out to The MR Children Fund Attn Amy Mitchel and send it to
160 Main Street in Gloucester, Massachusetts. 01930
At the end of the GGAP event we had 12 Tshirts left. They are at The Dress Code Downtown Gloucester. You could also buy one of the few remaining Good Morning Gloucester T Shirts there. 100% of the money you spend to purchase a t shirt goes to the Matteo Russo Children Fund.
The Dress Code is located at 159 Main Street Gloucester.