Monthly Archives: November 2011

Learn How to Conduct a Great Television Interview

Learn some great interviewing skills. Discover your inner reporter. Come to Cape Ann TV’s Interviewing workshop featuring Cape Ann Beacon editor Jane Enos. Whether you’re conducting an interview for a local television program or a school newspaper, there are a few tips to keep in mind as you conduct an interview. An effective interviewer learns to keep the conversation flowing smoothly and allows the interviewee time to respond without interruption. Asking the right kinds of questions and prompting the interviewee also leads to a successful interview. Learn some of the best tips on preparing for an interview, asking great questions and landing a great interview. Sign up for our workshop on Monday, November 28 from 3- 4:30 p.m.

Jane Fosberry Enos grew up in Gloucester. She graduated from Gloucester High School, where she was the editor of the Flash, which was the school newspaper, and assistant editor for The Beacon, which was the school’s literary magazine.  Jane attended Boston University’s College of Communication, earning a bachelor’s degree in journalism. She worked as an editor for the Gloucester Daily Times for 17 years, then became the editor of the weekly Ipswich Chronicle. She has been the editor of the Cape Ann Beacon since it began in June 2007. During high school, Jane worked as a page at the Sawyer Free Library. She volunteered at the O’Maley School Library, and is now volunteering at the Veterans’ Memorial School library. She has also been a Girl Scout leader for many years.

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More exciting guests on this week’s Cape Ann Report

Be sure to tune in to Cape Ann Report on Channel 12 this week to hear exciting news from David Benjamin from the Cape Ann Symphony. View their website at: http://www.capeannsymphony.org.

 

 

 

 

 

Also, hear from Mary Lou Maraganis and Judi Masciarelli and their special guest, Zooey, talking all about the Gloucester Dog Park, and view their website: http://www.gloucesterdogpark.com.  

Cape Ann Report is cablecast on Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.; replay times are Thursday at 6 p.m.; Friday at 1 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. on Channel 12.

The Essex Pride Awards and Dance on November 12

The Essex Pride Awards and Dance on November 12

Essex Pride is back celebrating the best in the Town of Essex. Events kickoff  with Pride Awards at the Essex Room at Woodman’s on Saturday, November 12 at 7 p.m. to celebrate with friends and family, recognize past Essex Pride recipients and honor the 2011 winners. Awards will be announced at 8 p.m. followed by dancing to music by the Johnny Ray B. The Woodman Scholarship Committee is selling 50/50 raffle tickets for a cash prize drawing,

The 2011 Essex Pride Dance is sponsored by The Woodman Scholarship Committee and the Essex Merchants Group.  Tickets are available at The Village Market, The First National Bank of Ipswich, Highwave Hair Design and the clambake office at Woodman’s. For more information, call 978-837-8273 or email scoviell@hotmail.com.

Veterans Day Ceremonies – November 11, 2011 – “We Are Free Because They Fought”

Veteran’s Services Announcement:

VETERANS DAY PROGRAM

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2011

9:00 a.m.

BENJAMIN SMITH FIELD HOUSE, GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL

MASTER OF CEREMONIES:                              Attorney Mark L. Nestor

POSTING OF COLORS:                                         AMVETS Post 32

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:                                Honorable Carolyn Kirk, Mayor of Gloucester

“NATIONAL ANTHEM”:                                      Diana Newton, Combined City-Wide School Band and the Docksiders

                                                                                       David L. Benjamin and David Adams, Directors

GREETING:                                                               Honorable Carolyn Kirk, Mayor of Gloucester

INVOCATION:                                                         Reverend Lehlohonolo Henrietta Montjane

                                                                                       Pastor, Gloucester and Rockport United Methodist Churches                              

 GUEST SPEAKERS:                                              Congressman John F. Tierney, Massachusetts 6th District

                                                                                       State Senator Bruce E. Tarr, Assistant Minority Leader

                                                                                       State Representative Ann-Margaret Ferrante

PATRIOTIC MEDLEY:                                          Gloucester Community Children’s Choir

                                                                                       Director, Jeremiah Gallant

 “NAVY HYMN” (ETERNAL FATHER):         Combined City-Wide School Band

 PRINCIPAL ADDRESS:                                       Jacob Romo, Ph.D., (U.S. Army, ret.)

  “GOD OF OUR FATHER”                                   Combined City-Wide School Bands              

DRILL DEMONSTRATION:                                Gloucester High School MCJROTC

MUSICAL SALUTE                                           

TO THE ARMED FORCES:                                   Performed by Diana Newton

 ACTIVE SERVICE LIST:                                      Brian Tarr, Assistant Superintendent,  Gloucester Public Schools

                                                                                       Chief Warrant Officer 3 Richard Muth, Jr.               

 MOMENT OF SILENCE:                                     In Honor and Remembrance of Prisoners of War and Missing in Action

“AMAZING GRACE”                                             Piper, Cindy Carrancho

 BENEDICTION:                                                     Reverend Lehlohonolo Henrietta Montjane

RETIREMENT OF COLORS:                              AMVETS Post 32


 LEGION SQUARE CEREMONY

11:00 A.M.

 INTRODUCTION:                                                    Master of Ceremonies, Mark L. Nestor

 PRAYER:                                                                    Reverend Lehlohonolo Henrietta Montjane

                                                                                        Pastor, Gloucester and Rockport

                                                                                        United Methodist Churches                               

“ABIDE WITH ME”:                                                Gloucester City-Wide School Band

 LAYING OF WREATHS:                                       Mayor Carolyn Kirk            VFW Post 1624

                                                                                        American Legion Post 3     Gloucester Police Dept.                   

                                                                                        AMVETS Post 32               Gloucester Fire Dept.

                                                                                        DAV Chapter 74

 VOLLEY AND TAPS:                                             AMVETS Post 32 Rifle Squad/Taps & Echo

                                                                                       City-Wide School Band                                                                        

“GOD OF OUR FATHER”:                                    City-Wide School Band

 

COLLATION AT THE LESTER S. WASS POST 3 AMERICAN LEGION

 The public is INVITED TO LUNCH AT:

LESTER S. WASS, POST 3 AMERICAN LEGION

WASHINGTON  STREET

SPONSORED BY THE UNITED VETERANS’ COUNCIL

AMERICAN LEGION LESTER WASS POST 32

COMMANDER al west

AMVETS POST 32

COMMANDER KEVIN BURGESS

DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS, CHAPTER 74

COMMANDER THOMAS DAGLE, SR.

VETERANS OF foreign WARS POST 1624

COMMANDER DONALD SUTHERLAND, JR.

 

CITY OF GLOUCESTER

 MAYOR CAROLYN KIRK

UNITED VETERANS COUNCIL

 Lucia Amero, Office of Veterans’ Services

Volunteers

Sue and Steve Canning

Donna Tulla

 

Remember our Cape Ann soldiers who are currently serving our country

 

Some of the men and women from Cape Ann who are now serving in the United States military at home and overseas. We appreciate their service to our country. We pray for their safe return.

United States Army

Jacob Anderson

Daniella Argentino

Wayne Bauer

Cynthia Bedell

Derek Chiancola

Selina Clancy

Michael Cooney

Noel Cranston

Timothy Dawson

Gregory Estevez

Holly Flemming

Brian Francis

James Francis

Dominic Gray

Daniel Hand

Colleen Harnish

Daniel Hill

Stefan Howard

Alanna Katzenberg

Ian Kent

Scott Knutsen

Stanley Kozlowski

Michael Laurie

Derek Lucas

Spencer Martin

Kyle McCann

Ryan McCann

Michael McElhaney

Paul Miles

Christopher Muise

Kenneth Muise, Jr.

Jay Munoz

Elbert Murphy, III.

Thomas Parisi

Paul Pasquina

Kevin Perrin

Steven Picard

Peter Ricci

Lenny Russo

Todd Ryan

Amy Klopotoski Sheehan

Brady Smith

Adam Taschler

R. Mark Teixeira

Ronald Todd, Jr.

Freddie Torres

Anthony Trupiano

Kathryn VanAuken

Kristopher VanBoven

John Walsh

Anthony Wentworth

Shane Winn

Kelly Winship

Stefan Wolfe

United States Air Force

Jeremee Alexander

Erik Brancaleone

Joshua Coakley

Jon Dahlmer, Jr.

Tony Favalora

Ryan Foote

Kelly Deppen Giberti

Peter Greeke, Jr.

Adam Hinojosa

Perry Kishida

Keith Lee

Michael Lewis

Patrick Mahoney

John McLaughlin

Brian Misuraca

Eric Pallazolo

Donald Parsons

Stephen Parsons

Jamie Peterson

Alain Rodolosi

Meldion Shehu

Kenneth Taylor, Jr.

Jason Theriault

Katherine Trejo

Trew Valasse

Corey Winchester

United States Marine Corps

David Bolcome

Steven Germain

John Hafemann

James Irons

Elissa Knott

Taurean MacIsaac

Elijah Melanson

Troy Mitchell

Perry Murdoch

CJ Mustone, III

Michael Provost

Chris Severance

Douglas Sullivan

Kara Wagner

Kevin Wheeler   Kurt Wheeler

United States Navy

John Anderson

Paul Cerino

Peter Charest

Brian Di Angelo

Greg Koller

David Lodge

Sean McCann

David Moore

Daniel Morse

Nicholas Muise

Liam O’Connell

Anthony James Parisi

Michael Parker

Jon Poirier

Daniel Reardon

Derrick Rowe

Matthew Ventimiglia

Chance Walker

 United States Coast Guard

Derek Alves

Mark Amero, Jr.

Paul Brancaleone

Jesse Cremeans

Sean Cunningham

Thomas Dagle, Jr.

Salvatore DiMercurio

John Harker

Nicholas Ingersoll

John Jenkins, III

Chad Johnson

TJ Malvesti

Michael Mattson

Jason Natti

Jade Pata

Christian Pina

Jeffrey Quinn

Andrew Silva

Bowen Cahill Spievack

Christopher Stanton

Eric Williams


 

Exercise your right to vote on November 8 – Tune in to election results on Channel 12 at 8 p.m.

Remember that polls are open to vote this Tuesday, November 8 from 7 a.m. –  8 p.m.

Tune into Cape Ann TV Channel 12 at 8 p.m. for Election Results and commentary.

Here is a list of the candidates in each ward and precinct and voting locations:

Gloucester

At Large: Incumbents Joe Ciolino, Sefatia Romeo, Bruce Tobey and Bob Wynott –Challengers Larry Ingersoll and Mary Ellen Rose

Ward 2 Ann Mulcahey challenger Melissa Cox

Ward 3: Steven Curcuru,  Steve Blanc

Mayoral race:   Carolyn Kirk, Ken Sarofeen

Ward 1, 4 and 5: running unopposed

Ward 1, Precinct 1: East Gloucester Elementary School, 8 Davis Street

Ward 1, Precinct 2:  Veterans’ School, 11 Webster Street

Ward 2,  Precinct 1: Lady of Good Voyage Youth Center, 140 Prospect Street

Ward 2, Precinct 2:  McPherson Park, 31 Prospect Street

Ward 3,  Precinct 1:  Veterans Center, 12 Emerson Avenue

Ward 3,  Precinct 2  – First Baptist Church, 38 Gloucester Avenue

Ward 4 Precinct 1:  Beeman Memorial School, 138 Cherry Street

Ward 4, Precinct 2: Lanesville Community Center, 8 Vulcan Street

Ward 5 Precinct 1:  Magnolia Library Center, 1 Lexington Avenue

Ward 5, Precinct 2: West Parish Elementary School, 10 Concord Street

Rockport

Precinct 1 — Pigeon Cove Circle, Breakwater Avenue

Precinct 2 — St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, 24 Broadway

Precinct 3 — Rockport Elementary School, 24 Jerden’s Lane

Essex

Essex Memorial Fire Station

Manchester

Memorial School, Lincoln Street