Tag Archives: Inauguration

City Hall acoustics Inauguration Celebration 2018

Here are a few brief (less than 30 seconds each) sound snippets from the 2018 City of Gloucester Inauguration Celebration including Gordon Baird (God Bless America), Alexandra Grace, Josh Cominelli (National Anthem, You’ve Got A Friend), Fly Amero, John Ronan recitation (poem We, Helmsmen), Charlee Bianchini & Jack Tomaiolo (Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow). To see great photos and portraits of the day, see Kim Smith’s post Inspiring City of Gloucester Inauguration Ceremony 2018. To see the printed program and the Mayor’s full remarks, visit the city website: http://gloucester-ma.gov/index.aspx?nid=956. I’ll add Cape Ann TV video link if/when it’s ready. Ray Lamont’s excellent coverage in the Gloucester Daily Times Taking the Oath of Office 

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MAYOR SEFATIA’S INAUGURAL CELEBRATION WITH VERY SPECIAL GUEST GOVERNOR BAKER

Mayor Sefatia’s inaugural celebration, held at Tonno Restaurant, was attended by a gathering of friends and supporters, including Massachusetts’s beloved Governor Charlie Baker and State Senator Bruce Tarr. Guests enjoyed the beautiful spread prepared by Chef Anthony Caturano, with wonderfully delicious desserts from Caffe Sicilia, and everyone wanted to have a photo taken with Governor Baker, which he kindly obliged. Mayor Sefatia spoke about her early days working on health care with Governor Baker and of his great compassion. See the Instagram videos for more from the Mayor and Governor Baker.

Photos of the Cape Ann Museum Park and Sculpture Garden opening

Yesterday, we had perfect weather for the opening ceremony for the Cape Ann Museum Park and Sculpture Garden – here are some photos!

-Fr. Matthew Green

Things To Do- Inauguration Event

From Good Egg Brenda Malloy-

“Hello and good day Joey~

could you please blast out the Inaugural Event that is being held at City Hall on the 20th from 11:00 to 2:30 to view the swearing in, oath and parade.  Luncheon will be served with $10 donation towards the preservation of City Hall. The event will feature the Middle School band as well as event being shown on big screen.  Come celebrate with our community!

Thanks!
PEACE!”