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January 7, 2013

Friends & Neighbors

Dear Readers,

Do you have recent photos from a family or neighborhood reunion you’d like to share with the community?

Do you have pictures from a birthday party you’d like to see in the Gloucester Daily Times, whether the guest of honor was 1, 9 or 90?

Do you have any other brief news items and photos you’d like to share with the community? Things you don’t usually see covered or listed in the Gloucester Daily Times?

Now you can get those items and photos in the Times, on the “Friends & Neighbors” page.

It’s scheduled to run on the final color page of the paper each Monday.

There are just a few rules. The column is not for commercial or institutional use — we want to keep it for individual readers’ news items and photos of and about their “Friends & Neighbors,” as the name implies. Also, we will often limit the number of photos used from any event. You’re welcome to submit several photos from a party or event, but please be mindful we will likely choose and use only one or two due to space limitations.

Just email any items you’d like to see in the column to cparisi@gloucestertimes.com, or mail the information or drop it off to “Friends & Neighbors,” Gloucester Daily Times, 36 Whittemore St., Gloucester, MA 01930. Please include your name and phone number; we won’t print the contact information, but want to be able to get back to you in case we have any questions.

— Ray Lamont, Editor, Gloucester Daily Times

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