GloucesterCast 124 With Jason Grow, Kim Smith, Donna Ardizzoni, Nichole Schafft, Toby Pett and Host Joey Ciaramitaro #GloucesterMA
Topics Include: Jason Grow’s WWII Veteran’s Project, If You Know A Veteran who Served In WWII From Cape Ann Please Contact Jason at 978-884-7964 or email email@example.com , Winner Of Last Weeks’ Podcast Subscriber Contest Is Paul Foster, One Hour At A Time Gang Starts Up This Coming Saturday, Kim Recount’s The Groppo Family St Joseph’s Day Feast and More Kudos To All The Families and Bakers Who Continue The St Joseph’s Traditions, Props To Coaches and Hockey Tryouts for Next Year, Starting A Ski/Bike Swap In Gloucester Like Hamilton School’s Do, Volunteering Other People To Do Work For You, Passports, Jason Is Anti-Quinoa, Jason Shout’s Out To Tacos Lupita and George’s Coffee Shop, Another Plea For An Indian Restaurant, Nichole Apologizes To Mile Marker, Is Lice a Thing Again and FairyTail Lice Spray, Locks For Love, East Gloucester Commies, Alicia’s Teen driving Like A Jerk Post, FOB Jim Clyde Provides Two Prints For The Next Subscriber To The GloucesterCast Contest (prize must be picked up at the dock, two weeks to pick up prize or it goes back into the prize pile)
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The O’Maley Innovation Middle School’s Performing Arts Department cordially invites members of the Cape Ann Community to attend our upcoming production of Disney’s Little Mermaid Junior.
Performance dates and times are as follows and tickets can be purchased at the door.
Since September, our cast and crew of almost one hundred 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students have been rehearsing twice every week after school. You will be inspired by the talent and exuberance radiating from these young performers singing, dancing, and acting out this popular and heartwarming story. Performing Arts classes during O’Maley’s school day focus on developing students’ 21st Century Skills and Common Core mastery through an interdisciplinary, project-based curriculum that utilizes the mediums of Theater, Music and Dance. This production is an excellent showcase of our department’s extra-curricular offerings, which focus on developing standards in the disciplines of Music (Chorus), Dance, and Theatre within a performance setting.
See you at the show!
I’m unbelievably saddened by the loss of good egg Jason Grow on the Council.
Jason is a guy that looked at each issue and really researched it, gave all sides consideration and then made a decision. He didn’t go into every vote with a preconceived notion of what way he would vote. A great mind and a caring individual, losing Jason on the Council is a HUGE LOSS.
I’m not even sure if Jason reads GMG but my words to him would be to enjoy the time with his family and I appreciate all the work he has done for the betterment of our community.
thanks to Councilor Jason Grow for forwarding this to me. Makes alot of sense.