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WANTED: 2017 Parade of Lights photos

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FROM THE PARADE OF LIGHTS FACEBOOK PAGE

Official Results of 2017 Boat Parade of Lights

First Pirate Ship Tobin Dominick
Second Deep Blue Sea (string of boats) Glenn Towne
Third Jelly Fish Bloom Bill & Leslie Lahey
Tied Fourth Superman Josef Boreland
Under the Sea Adam & Elizabeth Mara
Please Share these results to other pages, friends and Cape Ann folks.

“Thank you to all the Judges that were on the Cape Ann Watch Watch – Hurricane. Thank you to the Gloucester Police Boat crew and Harbormaster. Thank you Mt. Gay Rum for the great Hawaiian shirts for all the participants, and maybe some more from Mt. Gay at the Awards party at Mile Marker One…so stay tuned on a date, coming soon.

Still on the hunt for more photos of each boat, so please post or FB message @boatparadeoflights or email.

Thank you to all participants it was a great parade and always so fun to be in it!”

Parade of Lights Boat Parade Gloucester MA

HarborWalk awards – the complete 2013 MUSE list and Golden Shoe Award

Catherine Ryan submits-

Hi Joey,

The 2013 MUSE award winners were announced during the American Alliance of Museums’ massive annual conference. (Here’s more about that org and its conference:  http://www.aam-us.org/events/annual-meeting)

It’s so great to see all the projects. Check ‘em out! Congratulations Gloucester, Maritime Gloucester, Cambridge Seven Associates and Untravel Media.

Read the complete list for the 2013 MUSE award winners from the American Alliance of Museums

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Speaking of awards, another fun recognition for the HarborWalk was for a Golden Shoe Award, for the “City of Gloucester creatively getting Gloucester Walking”, presented 3.20.13. From Steve Winslow, Senior Project Manager Community Development,  “Every year WalkBoston recognizes communities that are making “major strides” to improve conditions for walking which is a wonderful endorsement of the great work around the HarborWalk, city planning, and community development.”

Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Library, Beauport, Sargent House Museum, Good Morning Gloucester (and GMG contributors!) and other local media, and so many other Gloucester partners collaborated in the process of creating content for the story moments and the mobile site and links. Here’s to more awards: Visit http://www.ghwalk.org