Gloucester Daily Times
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The Clean City Initiative would like to thank the Gloucester Civic and Garden Council (GCGC) for its generous donation of plants and materials for the Good Harbor Beach and Main Street gardens.
The GCGC has been donating to the Good Harbor garden for many years now. I planted this garden when the Carry In Carry Out program was implemented in 2002, with the hope of when you see a beautiful garden to the entrance of the beach you will respect our beach.
Our Main Street garden is only two years old and the GCGC has donated generously.
We would also like to thank all the wonderful helpers at Wolf Hill Garden Center for picking fantastic choices for plants.
We would like to thank Art Haven for its workshop painting rocks with the children that we proudly displayed in our garden and throughout the downtown area.
We would like to thank all the residents and visitors to our beautiful city that stop and give such wonderful words of praise for the garden as we go about our work.
Patti and Howie Amaral
Clean City Initiative
Thanks to St. Ann School
We would like to thank the St. Ann School PTO and the families for their support and generosity. It made a very difficult time easier.
What a loss to our community!
Pamela Sonia, Barbara Barszcz and Grace McKay
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
Many thanks to the following organizations and businesses who joined us at Five Corners in Rockport on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Saturday, June 15: Action Inc., Addison Gilbert Hospital, Rockport Board of Selectmen, Day By Day, Friends of Rockport Council on Aging, Harborlight Community Partners, Rockport High School Apartments, Pigeon Cove Ledges, Senior Care, Greater Lynn Senior Services, Pigeon Cove Circle, Gloucester Police, Rite Aid Pharmacy Rockport, Gloucester Daily Times, and Beacon.
And, thanks to all who help to serve and protect our senior citizens all year long.
Rockport Police Department
Rockport Council On Aging
Thanks to LoGrasso’s
I would like to thank Donna and Sal LoGrasso of LoGrasso’s Bistro in Rockport for donating a three-course Italian dinner and dessert for 50 people to the Rockport Council on Aging for Italian night at the Senior Center. We are very fortunate to have generous business support for our senior citizens.
The meal was fantastic and enjoyed by everyone. Your outstanding support is much appreciated by our local seniors.
Director, Rockport Council on Aging