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November 27, 2012

Thank You Notes

Holy Family Women’s Guild

The Holy Family Women’s Guild has had a very successful Christmas fair this year. We could not have done it without the help of our parishioners and the people of Gloucester. We would especially like to thank all the businessess that contributed to the success. They include: BankGloucester, La Trattoria, Red Skiff, Halibut Point, Sandra Herdman, Causeway Liquors, Weathervane Restaurant, Just4Fun-Ann Cauton, Passports, Avanti Hair Salon, Russell Florist, Mike Frontiero, Soft Touch, Fatima’s Salon & Shelly, Cape Ann Marina, Felicia Oil, Two Sisters, En Vouge. Charlie’s Place, Elite Nails, Judy Robinson, Gail Farrell, Dr. David Harrison, Harbor Loop, Salon One, Demetri Taekwondo, Destino’s Harborview Inn, Acari, Lobsta Land, Pearls, Seven Seas Whale Watch, Sunbanque, George’s Coffee Shop, Ocean Crest, Sebastian Pizza, Cap’t Hook’s Pizza, Sclafani’s Bakery, Leonardo’s, Virgilio’s, Yellow Sub, WMCA, Santa Claus, and McDonald’s.

Bea Ciaromitaro

Chairwoman

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