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Chamber auction

For the 35th year, the Greater Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce welcomes its Love Greater Cape Ann Fundraising Auctionwhich closes this Sunday, November 13.

Featured auction items include two nights at Cape Ann Motor Inna two-hour cruise for up to 46 people on Cape Ann Cruisesplus a $100 gift certificate for up to two hours of work per Cape Ann Handymanand stand-up paddle lessons for two at Cape Ann SUPamong other elements.

Proceeds benefit the chamber’s work to support Greater Cape Ann through business and regional promotion, economic growth, educational enrichment and community events.

More information is available at capeanchamber.comwhile items can be viewed and bid on

Turkey Day Dinner

If you don’t want to cook a Thanksgiving meal, there are options in Gloucester for dinner during the holidays.

The dining room and tavern at Castle Manor Inn 141 Essex Ave., is happy to welcome you and offers herb-roasted turkey, honey-baked ham and hand-cut prime rib on the menu.

Then there is the Hotel Beauport55 Commercial St. Its Seaside 1606 Restaurant and Oyster Bar offers a three-course prix fixe menu featuring savory fall squash bisque, herb turkey roulade and pumpkin cheesecake. Or enjoy a traditional New England Thanksgiving buffet and dine on a variety of gourmet dishes while enjoying stunning ocean views from its ballroom and event spaces.

Popping up is chief Ken Duckworth’s Duckworth’s of Gloucester, serving soups, salads and sides – all but the bird and desserts which are sold out – and a selection of wines by the bottle to take away. Orders can be placed now until November 18 at pick up at 197 East Main St. on November 23 between noon and 4 p.m. Duckworth’s Bistrot gift certificates will be accepted.


Four of Danvers Dimensions of care‘caregivers are among the 10 winners of the annual competition Compassionate Service Awardpresented by the Hamel-Lydon Chapel & Cremation Service of Massachusetts.

Honored Assistants are Melanie Anderson, Joachim Bagirirwa, Noemi Reynoso and primary caregiver Georgia Stuart. All submitted short essays about why they work in healthcare and how their patients impact their careers.

The annual awards recognize compassionate care throughout Massachusetts and honor healthcare workers who provide exceptional service to their patients and families. This is the third year in a row that at least 40% of winners have come from Care Dimensions.

“Our caregivers are the true embodiment of compassionate care,” said the President and CEO of Care Dimensions. Stephanie Patel, MD. “Every day, as our 116 caregivers provide personal care to patients, they talk, laugh and listen to valuable stories about their patients’ lives, and share a special bond. I am immensely proud of their dedication and compassion.


The North Shore Chamber of Commerce recently presented a basket of gift cards totaling $1,215 to the 32 residents of Pleasant street apartments, a supportive housing complex for veterans in Beverly. The gift cards were donated by guests at the chamber’s annual Red White & Blue networking event held in conjunction with the Thrive initiative at the Hotel Beauport in Gloucester.

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