Holy Family Parish hosted an Italian Night on Saturday, Oct. 29. Barry Mooney performed. The hall was decorated with aprons worn by Guild family members, grandmothers and mothers from years past that were used variously by shy children to hide behind, to wipe a perspiring brow, for gathering vegetables from the garden, as a pot holder or as a tissue to wipe away tears of a crying child.
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Remembering Charlie Ilges
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A grand reopening
After a 10-month, $3.5 million renovation project, and four days after a gala benefit showcasing the "new" facility, the Cape Ann Museum reopened its doors to the public Tuesday, and residents and visitors alike welcomed the new look with open arms.Continued ...
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