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I bet Mac Bell would love to take Carolyn up on the same offer he made her in the push off the Magnolia pier for charity ;)
Top of the wind turbine! pic.twitter.com/BXUbdORRie
— Carolyn Kirk (@MayorKirk) September 28, 2013
After the Magnolia Road Race Mayor Kirk and the residents of Magnolia made their way down to the Pier for what many here in Magnolia do often. Jump from the Pier! Well in all good fun and an opportunity to raise a few dollars and help encourage Mayor Kirk in making the leap of faith! The push was raffled off, well don’t you know the wining bidder was Mac Bell. With a helping the mayor was inflight to a safe landing in Magnolia Harbor. Thanks to all that made the Magnolia Libary celebration a success.
Monday, March 14 8:00 am – Monday, March 28 10:00 pm
Plum Cove Elementary School
15 Hickory St., Gloucester, MA
The Plum Cove PTC will be hosting its 3rd annual online fundraising auction for The Plum Cove Elementary School in Gloucester, MA from March 14th through March 28th.
Gloucester, MA Feb 1st, 2011 – Expect to find great deals on one-of-a-kind, unique items and experiences at Plum Cove’s largest annual fundraising event. Cape Ann’s favorite local businesses, artists, authors and services have donated items to benefit this, our 3rd consecutive online auction.
100% of the proceeds will benefit the arts and education of the students at Plum Cove Elementary School. The success of our past auctions has allowed us to re-build our playground and make improvements to our library; including the purchase of books and the implementation of an electronic library cataloging system.
About the Plum Cove Parent-Teacher Co-op:
Voted PTO Today’s “Outstanding New Group” of the year in 2009, the Plum Cove Parent-Teacher Co-op was established in 2007 following a major citywide redistricting that left the school without a parent/teacher group of their own. The group leaders and parent volunteers, through an enormous amount of local support, raised funds to upgrade the existing playground equipment, relocate a playground from an old school, update the library and upgrade the school grounds, making them better suited to the new student body.
Ann Andrew, PTC Auction Chair Plum Cove Parent-Teacher Co-op
978 325 0220 http://www.biddingforgood.com/plumcove
I have a GREAT new addition to our auction that i bet a ton of locals would love to get – a day of Mac bell…!! Check this out: https://www.biddingforgood.com/auction/item/Item.action?id=130129845
It would be AMAZING if you could help us push this one more time… thanks so much buddy!
Up Close and Local
Buy Mac Bell for a Day (well, 3 hours anyway…)
Represented by Jaqueline Ganim-Defalco, Mac Bell and Mayor Carolyn Kirk at the SeArts Annual meeting held at Cruiseport February 28th 2011
or click the regular version by clicking the video below
For More Information About The Symposium Here Are The Details
Finishing the Job
An Urban Renewal History – Gregor Gibson
On-going transition of Downtown Gloucester & Review of
Neighborhood Meeting & Focus Groups – MaryJohn Boylan
Vision / Possibilities / Dreams – Mac Bell
Hot-mulled apple cider & free tours at the BirdEye Factory after.
Here we are in the stairwell of the Birdseye Building Tower with Mac. Coming at 8AM we open the door at the top of the stairwell and take some video up on the roof. In the rain, and wind, lol.
Video #3 inside the Birdseye Building coming at 8AM
Like I said before, every project he has done has been done tastefully, within the character of Gloucester and has enhanced the community. A classic example-
Empty and collecting dust, this old school cafeteria hasn’t been in use in years. Hopefully with community participation and vision we can turn this non producing property into a vibrant community asset. Check out www.glosta.com to see the website with photos and info about the site
At 7:00AM we bring you part II of the Mac Bell interview in which we talk about the Birdseye Property
Yesterday I had a lengthy conversation and tour of the Birdseye Building with Mac Bell- the man with the vision and sense enough to encourage community participation in the planning process for the site. The first of a six part video series of interviews with Mac will be posted at 8AM.