The Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce and the Gloucester Schooner Festival Committee gathered at Maritime Gloucester last Wednesday to present checks for $1,500 to the Gloucester High School Sailing Program and Gloucester Museum School's Project Adventure Summer Camp. The money was raised by the chamber through raffle sales and sponsorships in conjunction with the 28th Annual Gloucester Schooner Festival on during Labor Day weekend. Pictured are, from left, Mark Grenier, Julian Mendoza, Emily Dailey, Ezra Mendoza, and Daisy Nell.
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