The following was submitted by Culture Corner:
Jim McAllister, a well known North Shore historian and popular speaker, will help kick off the 2014 Cape Ann summer cultural season with “For the Love of Art", a series of four lectures with art-related themes. McAllister's talks will be held on four consecutive Thursday evenings from April 17 to May 8 at the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck in Gloucester.
The series will open with "Art and Artists on Boston's North Shore 1870-1930", a look back at art activity in coastal communities from Lynn to Newburyport during the region's golden age, on April 17. Other lectures will include "From Paris to Provence : A Cultural Odyssey", a visual record of his trips to Paris, Giverny, Aix-en-Provence, Nice and other famous French art centers, on April 24; "Forgers, Frauds and Filchers: Art Crimes and Criminals", a look at the dark but fascinating side of the art world, on May 1: and " Collecting Art on a Shoestring: The Thrill of the Chase ", charming anecdotes and tough lessons learned from his own art-collecting experiences, on May 8.
The lectures will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester. Free parking is available at the nearby municipal parking lot. Admission is $12 per lecture, reservations are suggested. Series ticket with reserved seating are available at a reduced $40 rate until April 10. For more information or to make reservations email@example.com, or if necessary, at 978.979.5907.
The following was submitted by Warner Communications:
Trident Gallery is pleased to present “Pale Shadows: Cameraless Images by Pamela Ellis Hawkes,” an exhibition of cyanotypes, tintypes, and pigment prints captured without a camera.
In 2008, the Polaroid Corporation stopped production of Type 55 film, a 4”x5” instant film that Hawkes had been using, almost exclusively, for twenty years. After abortive experiments with digital cameras, she realized that her passion for photography is in the process of making an art object, in the hand-made, unique qualities of the final print.
Inspired by flickering shadows on her studio walls and by the earliest works of photography, mad ein the 1830s by inventor Henry Fox Talbot, who aspired to “fix a shadow” onto paper, Hawkes resolved to forgo cameras entirely, and she began to experiment with the cyanotype process to make photograms, images made by placing objects directly in contact with light-sensitive paper. In so doing, Hawkes joined other important contemporary photographers who have returned to “historical” or “alternative” photographic processes to refresh and develop their artistic visions.
Though changing her medium abruptly, Hawkes continued to develop the artistic vision she has explored throughout her career, a vision which questions the perceived realities within photographs; which explores the elusive points of contact between reality, memory, and imagination; and which participates in the ageless calling of artists to preserve and honor the ephemeral, to fix fleeting shadows and transmute loss into beauty.
As Pliny the Elder retells the legend, the first painting was created by a woman who, deeply in love with a man soon to depart on a long journey, traced the shadow of his profile on a wall. In our later age crowded with mechanical images, the works of art in “Pale Shadows” retain the memory of touch, the aura of something unique now lost to time: an ancestor’s translucent dress and apron have the volume of ghosts; a discarded piece of plastic is revealed to be so delicate and beautiful that it seems biological, a metaphor for all that is evanescent; and remembered flowers are re-imagined in vivid, improbable geometries.
Pamela Ellis Hawkes lives and works in Rockport, Massachusetts. Solo exhibitions of her work have been shown at the Pepper Gallery (Boston), the Photographic Resource Center (Boston), The Houston Center for Photography, the Arthur Griffin Center for Photographic Arts (Winchester MA), the Rockport Art Association, and other venues. Her work can be found in a number of prestigious collections, including the Addison Gallery of American Art (Andover MA), the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Danforth Museum of Art (Framingham MA), the Polaroid Collection (Waltham MA), and the Boston Public Library.
Trident Gallery is a showcase for the contemporary art of Cape Ann, Massachusetts, and its exhibitions have a leading role in the vital arts scene of Cape Ann, a region with an extraordinary artistic legacy and continuing national importance. TridentGallery.com.
The following was submitted by Addison Gilbert Hospital:
Addison Gilbert Hospital will offer this opportunity to learn more about improving health through excellent nutrition.
Lynn O'Reilly, MS, RD, LDN, CDE, will provide a free Supermarket Tour at Shaw's Market, 127 Eastern Avenue, Gloucester on Monday, March 24, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Following the tour, free food sampling will take place at 7:30 p.m.
Those wishing to attend are asked to register at the Courtesy Booth in advance or the day of the tour.
The following was submitted by the Healing Abuse Working for Change:
Annual St. Patrick's Day Irish Breakfast and Political Roast
This year, the cause is new. The Healing Abuse Working for Change is grateful to Rep. John Keenan for the generous idea to keep the Annual St. Patrick's Day Irish Breakfast going as a fundraiser for survivors. March 14. Doors open at 6:45am.
The event will have the traditional look and feel you've come to enjoy, featuring our local and regional elected officials, and of course, lots of laughs as usual.
Director of Development Position
The Director of Development is a critical senior-level position, reporting to the Executive Director and working closely with the leadership team and board to plan and execute a comprehensive, integrated fund development program. S/he must ensure that the development office creatively and systematically engages prospects and donors; researches and pursues funding opportunities from foundations, government, corporations, and individuals; sets strategies for solicitation and follows through; plans high-quality events; and designs donor-centered communications that represent HAWC's mission and values. Apply today.
HAWC Winter Training
On February 6 volunteers and 3 staff completed HAWC's 45 hour anti-oppression domestic violence training which teaches about our multicultural, diverse and inclusive services. This training aims to educate participants on societal oppression and privileges that are happening around us everyday. Visit our Blog.
HAWC's mission is to create social change by taking action against personal and societal patterns of violence and oppression
The following was submitted by Addison Gilbert Hospital:
Members of Team Cape Ann from Addison Gilbert Hospital, lended a hand to their friends at
The Open Door on Feb. 24.
They helped prepare and serve a delicious meals to friends on Monday evening.
The following was submitted by Addison Gilbert Hospital:
Addison Gilbert Hospital's "Senior Supper Club" to begin March 11th
Addison Gilbert Hospital has a new "Senior Supper Club" available to Rockport and Gloucester seniors 60 years of age or older.
The group will meet on the second Tuesday of each month beginning March 11 through October at 4:30 p.m. at Addison Gilbert Hospital, 298 Washington Street, Gloucester. A hot nutritious complimentary dinner will be provided by the Cafe at Addison Gilbert Hospital followed by a speaker.
Gloucester seniors are asked to contact Lucy Sheehan, Director, Rose Baker Senior Center at 978 281-9765, extension 22. Rockport seniors are asked to contact Diane Bertolino, Director, Rockport Senor Center at 978-546-257. Seating is limited.
At the March 11th program, Cindy Cafasso Donaldson, Vice President, Addison Gilbert Hospital will speak on an overview of events and update on Addison Gilbert Hospital.
This program is hosted by Addison Gilbert Hospital and Unidine, in partnership with the Gloucester Police Department and the Rockport and Gloucester Senior Centers.
Initial Screening for Lung Cancer Screening Provided by Addison Gilbert Hospital and Beverly Radiology Associates
Initial Screening at Rose Baker Senior Center, Gloucester
Addison Gilbert Hospital and Beverly Radiology Associates is offering a free low-dose chest CT screening to any individual who meets the established National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) high-risk criteria. Persons between the ages of 50 and 74 who have smoked at least an average of one pack of cigarettes per day for twenty-years may meet these criteria and qualify for a free screening.
To learn if you meet the criteria for this free screening, an initial assessment will need to be taken and will be available at the Rose Baker Senior Center, Six Manuel F. Lewis Street, Gloucester on Thursday, February 20th from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Appointments are not necessary. It is not required that you be a resident of Gloucester, all are welcome and invited to attend. Those who meet the criterial will be provided with an appointment date, time and location.
A snow date has been scheduled for February 27th.
While private insurers and the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) do not currently cover low-dose CT lung screening, and most hospitals charge a self-pay of at least $350 for this screen, Addison Gilbert Hospital is determined to help bring awareness and accessibility of this testing to all people at high-risk at no charge.
The following was submitted by Addison Gilbert Hospital:
March is National Nutrition Month and Addison Gilbert Hospital will offer an opportunity to learn more about improving health through excellent nutrition.
Join Lynn O'Reilly, MS, RD, LDN, CDE, at a free supermarket tour at Shaw's Market, 127 Eastern Avenue, Gloucester on Monday, March 24 from 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Following the tour, free food sampling will take place at 7:30 p.m. Learn about good nutrition and bring your questions.
Please register at the Courtesy Booth in advance or the day of the tour.
The following was submitted by
State Fire Marshal Stephen D. Coan and Massachusetts Firefighting Academy Director Shawn P. Murray announced the graduation of the 207th class of the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy’s forty-five-day Career Recruit Firefighting Training Program on February 7, 2014.
“This rigorous professional training provides our newest firefighters with the basic skills to perform their jobs effectively and safely,” Coan said.
The Massachusetts Firefighting Academy (MFA), a division of the Department of Fire Services, offers this program, tuition-free. The ceremony took place at the Department of Fire Services in Stow, MA.
The 23 graduates, two women and 21 men, represent the 15 fire departments of East Bridgewater, Everett, Falmouth, Gloucester, Ipswich, Marshfield, Melrose, Nantucket, Natick, North Andover, Northampton, Saugus, Shrewsbury, Taunton, and Wayland.
Jay M. Fiore, Erick H. Robles, and John A. Russo graduated for Everett, Patrick J. Legro and Andrew M. Pierce graduated for Gloucester, Patrick L. Dingle and Michael E. Sikora graduated for Ipswich, James R. DeMartino graduated for Melrose, Daniel L. Napoli graduated for North Andover, and Craig J. Serino and Michael D. Wilson graduated for Saugus.
The guest speaker was state Senator Ken Donnelly, who previously served on the Lexington Fire Department and the executive board of the Professional Fire Fighters of Massachusetts.
Today’s firefighters do far more than fight fires. They are the first ones called to respond to chemical and environmental emergencies ranging from the suspected presence of carbon monoxide to a gas leak. They may be called to rescue a child who has fallen through the ice or who has locked himself in a bathroom.
They rescue people from stalled elevators and those who are trapped in vehicle crashes. They test and maintain their equipment, ranging from self-contained breathing apparatus to hydrants to hoses, power tools, and apparatus.
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The following was submitted by Malden Catholic High School:
Malden Catholic High School, one of New England’s leading college preparatory high schools for young men, has announced that the following local students received honors for distinguished academic performance during the second quarter of the 2013-2014 school year:
Second Honors - all grades 80 percent and above.
First Honors - all grades 85 percent and above.
Headmaster’s List - all grades 90 percent and above.
Wenhao (Ben) An FIRST HONORS Allston
Hengshen (Kim) Li SECOND HONORS Allston
Tianshu (Sean) Xiao SECOND HONORS Allston
Qin (Bill) Xu FIRST HONORS Allston
Michael Cahill SECOND HONORS Amesbury
Michael Addorisio SECOND HONORS Arlington
Timothy Matthews FIRST HONORS Arlington
Anthony Palazzo FIRST HONORS Bedford
Joshua Soldan FIRST HONORS Bedford
Reilly Peters FIRST HONORS Beverly
John (Jack) Adams SECOND HONORS Boxford
Samuel Palmisano FIRST HONORS Boxford
Nicholas Puleio SECOND HONORS Boxford
Cameron Walter SECOND HONORS Boxford
Cameron Arrigo HEADMASTER'S LIST Burlington
Corey Forester SECOND HONORS Burlington
Kyle Forester SECOND HONORS Burlington
Riley Gilberg SECOND HONORS Burlington
Thomas Sullivan FIRST HONORS Burlington
Han Yan SECOND HONORS Burlington
Jeffrey Wang HEADMASTER'S LIST Charlestown
Ryan Corliss FIRST HONORS Chelsea
Sanjey Singh SECOND HONORS Chelsea
James Irving, Jr. SECOND HONORS Danvers
Kristopher Mullaney SECOND HONORS Danvers
Zachary Sasso FIRST HONORS Danvers
Matthew Bruno SECOND HONORS E. Boston
Michaelangelo Gerardi SECOND HONORS E. Boston
Ryan Sherman SECOND HONORS E. Boston
James Augustin FIRST HONORS Everett
Luisadrian Bernal SECOND HONORS Everett
Hardy Jean FIRST HONORS Everett
Brendan LaVallee FIRST HONORS Everett
Peter Le SECOND HONORS Everett
Gerardo Lopez-Picardi FIRST HONORS Everett
Brenden McCarthy HEADMASTER'S LIST Everett
John McCormack SECOND HONORS Everett
Louis Sierra SECOND HONORS Everett
David Strott SECOND HONORS Everett
Kellen Field HEADMASTER'S LIST Gloucester
Jacob Horrigan FIRST HONORS Gloucester
John Camozzi SECOND HONORS Groveland
Hualiang (Tony) Li SECOND HONORS Hartford
Yixiao (Eric) Liang HEADMASTER'S LIST Hartford
Yihan Zhao HEADMASTER'S LIST Hartford
Cameron Betz SECOND HONORS Lynn
Samuel Cappuccio HEADMASTER'S LIST Lynn
Matthew Derby SECOND HONORS Lynn
Colin Harvey HEADMASTER'S LIST Lynn
Matthew Filipe FIRST HONORS Lynnfield
Devin Kelly SECOND HONORS Lynnfield
James Mortellite SECOND HONORS Lynnfield
Patrick Passatempo SECOND HONORS Lynnfield
Joseph Spinosa SECOND HONORS Lynnfield
Joseph Veglia SECOND HONORS Lynnfield
Andrew Andrade FIRST HONORS Malden
Andrew Barros SECOND HONORS Malden
Colin Blake SECOND HONORS Malden
Daniel Coelho FIRST HONORS Malden
Garphey Crevecoeur FIRST HONORS Malden
Jharem Crevecoeur FIRST HONORS Malden
Carlos Dominguez SECOND HONORS Malden
Christopher Fitzgerald FIRST HONORS Malden
Riley Hennessey SECOND HONORS Malden
Christopher Hopkins SECOND HONORS Malden
Run Chen Huang SECOND HONORS Malden
Rohit Jaisinghani FIRST HONORS Malden
Karlens Joas FIRST HONORS Malden
Cameron Koizumi SECOND HONORS Malden
Matthew McCarthy SECOND HONORS Malden
Peter Melendez HEADMASTER'S LIST Malden
Brendan Murphy SECOND HONORS Malden
Shane Norton FIRST HONORS Malden
Brian O'Callaghan SECOND HONORS Malden
Kevin O'Callaghan SECOND HONORS Malden
Joshua Ouellette SECOND HONORS Malden
Mark Panzini FIRST HONORS Malden
Umang Patel FIRST HONORS Malden
Tyler Ransom SECOND HONORS Malden
Logan Sprague SECOND HONORS Malden
Michael Ssentongo HEADMASTER'S LIST Malden
Jack Stockless HEADMASTER'S LIST Malden
Russell Sully SECOND HONORS Malden
Adam Surette HEADMASTER'S LIST Malden
Alexei Teague FIRST HONORS Malden
John (Jack) Albanese HEADMASTER'S LIST Medford
Javier Barria SECOND HONORS Medford
Brendan Bunker HEADMASTER'S LIST Medford
Christopher Cafferty SECOND HONORS Medford
Krzysztof Cefalo HEADMASTER'S LIST Medford
Frederick DeNisco FIRST HONORS Medford
Alejandro DePeña FIRST HONORS Medford
Anthony DeSouza FIRST HONORS Medford
Nicholas DeSouza SECOND HONORS Medford
James Donlan HEADMASTER'S LIST Medford
Thomas Donlan FIRST HONORS Medford
Michael Endicott SECOND HONORS Medford
Matthew Hirl HEADMASTER'S LIST Medford
Andrew Kelly FIRST HONORS Medford
Cameron Kelly SECOND HONORS Medford
Logan Lanciloti-Stark SECOND HONORS Medford
James McQuaid HEADMASTER'S LIST Medford
Joseph Morrissey SECOND HONORS Medford
Andrew Murphy FIRST HONORS Medford
Brendan O'Donnell SECOND HONORS Medford
Steven Passatempo FIRST HONORS Medford
Victor Ramos FIRST HONORS Medford
William Riley Jr HEADMASTER'S LIST Medford
Liam Shaughnessy SECOND HONORS Medford
Jared Silva FIRST HONORS Medford
Peter Skerry SECOND HONORS Medford
Wei (Kevin) Su FIRST HONORS Medford
Edward Tan HEADMASTER'S LIST Medford
Joseph Toomey FIRST HONORS Medford
Michael Upton SECOND HONORS Medford
Gregory Viola SECOND HONORS Medford
Dylan Bagley FIRST HONORS Melrose
Jack Barresi SECOND HONORS Melrose
Jared Bernis FIRST HONORS Melrose
Timothy Brown FIRST HONORS Melrose
William Carreiro SECOND HONORS Melrose
Jack D'Errico FIRST HONORS Melrose
Luke D'Errico FIRST HONORS Melrose
Ian Dolaher SECOND HONORS Melrose
Steven Doucette HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Patrick Driscoll SECOND HONORS Melrose
Robert (Trey) Durant III HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Anthony Gill SECOND HONORS Melrose
Austin Goldstein SECOND HONORS Melrose
Corey Goldstein HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
John Graf HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Harrison Hahn SECOND HONORS Melrose
Robert Hannula FIRST HONORS Melrose
Benjamin Hanover FIRST HONORS Melrose
Jonathon Havey SECOND HONORS Melrose
Troy Healy FIRST HONORS Melrose
Brandon Heng FIRST HONORS Melrose
Stephen Holmberg SECOND HONORS Melrose
Candan Iuliano SECOND HONORS Melrose
Lucas Janzen HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Kyle Jones SECOND HONORS Melrose
Lucas Kaestner SECOND HONORS Melrose
John Kezerian FIRST HONORS Melrose
SungHyun (Sean) Kim HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Adam Lew FIRST HONORS Melrose
Brian Liwo HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Michael Loycano HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Liam Lynch-Galvin FIRST HONORS Melrose
Michael McElligott SECOND HONORS Melrose
Christopher McKenna FIRST HONORS Melrose
Luke McKenna SECOND HONORS Melrose
Max Meier HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Michael Moschella SECOND HONORS Melrose
John O'Brien SECOND HONORS Melrose
Matthew Oteri FIRST HONORS Melrose
Derek Packard HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Michael Ronayne HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Benjamin Scarpa SECOND HONORS Melrose
Christopher Schwarze HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Michael Shea SECOND HONORS Melrose
Joseph Tansino HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Joseph Valente HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Kevin Walsh FIRST HONORS Melrose
Tyler Webb FIRST HONORS Melrose
Jacob Witkowski SECOND HONORS Melrose
Cameron Zahner HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Zachary Zahner HEADMASTER'S LIST Melrose
Joseph Crowley HEADMASTER'S LIST Middleton
John McLean SECOND HONORS N. Andover
Ryan Connor FIRST HONORS N. Reading
Ryan Cristiano FIRST HONORS N. Reading
Joseph Marini Jr. HEADMASTER'S LIST Nahant
Matthew Borges FIRST HONORS Peabody
Gianmarco Cappuccio SECOND HONORS Peabody
Michael Cashman SECOND HONORS Peabody
Frank Celona SECOND HONORS Peabody
Alex Gomes FIRST HONORS Peabody
Giuseppe Limoli FIRST HONORS Peabody
Alex Massa FIRST HONORS Peabody
Rocco Prestia SECOND HONORS Peabody
Kolbi Shairs FIRST HONORS Peabody
Stephen Mayes SECOND HONORS Reading
Paul McCarthy SECOND HONORS Reading
Kyle Skinner HEADMASTER'S LIST Reading
Peter Squeglia III SECOND HONORS Reading
Peter Ventola HEADMASTER'S LIST Reading
James Zaccardo SECOND HONORS Reading
Alexander Aguilar FIRST HONORS Revere
Phillip Antonucci IV FIRST HONORS Revere
Brendan Dao SECOND HONORS Revere
Christopher Dixon SECOND HONORS Revere
Joseph Leone SECOND HONORS Revere
Nicholas Leone HEADMASTER'S LIST Revere
Daniel Marks FIRST HONORS Revere
Byung Kwon Moon SECOND HONORS Revere
Zachary Moore HEADMASTER'S LIST Revere
Hugo Palacios SECOND HONORS Revere
Juao-guilherme Rosa HEADMASTER'S LIST Revere
Hans Rosin SECOND HONORS Revere
Corey Sanville HEADMASTER'S LIST Salem
Christopher Alihosseini SECOND HONORS Saugus
Benjamin Amico SECOND HONORS Saugus
Daniel Barletta HEADMASTER'S LIST Saugus
Paul Cook SECOND HONORS Saugus
Nico DeFlorio SECOND HONORS Saugus
Nolen Dube SECOND HONORS Saugus
Rachid Elkhaouli SECOND HONORS Saugus
Antonio Fiorentino FIRST HONORS Saugus
Eric Kalton FIRST HONORS Saugus
Christopher Kimmerle FIRST HONORS Saugus
Steven Lima SECOND HONORS Saugus
Matteo Mannara SECOND HONORS Saugus
Mark Panetta FIRST HONORS Saugus
Nicholas Papageorge SECOND HONORS Saugus
Matthew Pelletier HEADMASTER'S LIST Saugus
Cameron Pozark SECOND HONORS Saugus
Joseph Quatieri SECOND HONORS Saugus
Dennis Scannell SECOND HONORS Saugus
Robert Shields Jr. SECOND HONORS Saugus
Christopher Sparages SECOND HONORS Saugus
Richard Swierk SECOND HONORS Saugus
Charles Vozzella SECOND HONORS Saugus
Andrew Ward HEADMASTER'S LIST Saugus
Brendan Costa SECOND HONORS Somerville
Maxwell Smith SECOND HONORS Somerville
Brian Bialock SECOND HONORS Stoneham
Joseph Cameron FIRST HONORS Stoneham
Michael Carbone HEADMASTER'S LIST Stoneham
Brian Coles SECOND HONORS Stoneham
Stephen DiMauro HEADMASTER'S LIST Stoneham
Cameron Doyle SECOND HONORS Stoneham
Raymond Dufour SECOND HONORS Stoneham
Alexander Galbraith SECOND HONORS Stoneham
Kenneth Graczyk SECOND HONORS Stoneham
Daniel Lattarulo SECOND HONORS Stoneham
Ronald Mastrocola FIRST HONORS Stoneham
Thomas Mello FIRST HONORS Stoneham
Joseph Monteiro FIRST HONORS Stoneham
Mark Mozzicato HEADMASTER'S LIST Stoneham
Owen Noonan SECOND HONORS Stoneham
Connor O'Neill HEADMASTER'S LIST Stoneham
Francesco Puopolo SECOND HONORS Stoneham
Nicholas Rolli FIRST HONORS Stoneham
Kyle Soares SECOND HONORS Stoneham
Cole Iovine FIRST HONORS Tewksbury
Michael Welton SECOND HONORS Tewksbury
Timothy Guinee SECOND HONORS Topsfield
Brian Cameron SECOND HONORS Wakefield
Shamus Coyne SECOND HONORS Wakefield
Matthew Curran SECOND HONORS Wakefield
Joseph Delory FIRST HONORS Wakefield
Ethan Dupuis SECOND HONORS Wakefield
Joshua Germino FIRST HONORS Wakefield
Nicholas Grande FIRST HONORS Wakefield
Christian Hannabury HEADMASTER'S LIST Wakefield
Connor Henry FIRST HONORS Wakefield
Thomas Ireland FIRST HONORS Wakefield
Robert Mickolsz SECOND HONORS Wakefield
Ryan Murphy FIRST HONORS Wakefield
James Pasqua SECOND HONORS Wakefield
Matthew Sullivan FIRST HONORS Wakefield
Michael Valenza SECOND HONORS Wakefield
John Aroush SECOND HONORS Waltham
John Corbett HEADMASTER'S LIST Watertown
Joseph Ascolese HEADMASTER'S LIST Wilmington
Christopher Babcock SECOND HONORS Wilmington
Stephen Cardarelli SECOND HONORS Wilmington
John DiFava HEADMASTER'S LIST Wilmington
Alexander Frye SECOND HONORS Wilmington
Quinn Reynolds SECOND HONORS Wilmington
Daniel Marino FIRST HONORS Winchester
Ian Steckel FIRST HONORS Winchester
Sean Arria FIRST HONORS Winthrop
David Fisher FIRST HONORS Winthrop
Daniel Garcia FIRST HONORS Winthrop
David Giuffre FIRST HONORS Winthrop
Nicholas Napoli SECOND HONORS Winthrop
Connor Sullivan FIRST HONORS Winthrop
Kyle Chute HEADMASTER'S LIST Woburn
Max Doherty HEADMASTER'S LIST Woburn
Thomas Ferullo SECOND HONORS Woburn
Christopher Flemming HEADMASTER'S LIST Woburn
David Lennon, Jr. HEADMASTER'S LIST Woburn
Dennis Nicolas FIRST HONORS Woburn
Ryan Tarby SECOND HONORS Woburn
Huan (Kevin) Zhou SECOND HONORS
The following was submitted by Temple Ahavat Achim:
Temple Ahavat Achim, in Gloucester, presents a benefit concert. Pharaoh’s Daughter; World View, will perform at the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport on Sunday, March 23, at 4pm.
The Village Voice has called the haunting, world music fusion sound of Pharaoh’s Daughter “The best Middle East Peace Plan.” Basya Schechter’s musicianship has been described as “intricate and accessible,” with influences starting in Israel and ranging as far as India, Mali and Kurdistan.
The multi-national group produces “a triumph of substance and style……uncategorically awesome!” Pharaoh’s Daughter has been heard at Lincoln Center, on NPR, and throughout the United States and Europe.
This concert is a benefit, honoring Amy and Mark Farber for their decades of dedication to the Jewish community of the North Shore. They have held many positions in Temple Ahavat Achim (Mark has served as president; Amy has served as vice president.) In addition, Amy was the first Director of Admissions at Cohen Hillel Academy.
Tickets are available from Rockport Music
Concert only: $50
Concert plus post-concert supper: $100
In addition, Benefactor, Patron, and Angel level tickets are available from Temple Ahavat Achim.
Please contact Temple Ahavat Achim for advertising information.
Temple Ahavat Achim, 86 Middle St. Gloucester
www.taagloucester.org 978 281 0739