Volunteer Drivers Needed

SeniorCare’s Meals on Wheels program is in need of volunteer drivers to deliver noon time meals to homebound seniors in Rockport, Essex, Manchester, Gloucester and Ipswich. Anyone interested in volunteering one or more mornings a week will be greatly appreciated. The hot meals are fully prepared and packaged for delivery. For information, contact 978-281-1750 x560, Monday-Friday 9am-4pm.

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The Open Door COMMUNITY WIDE Thanksgiving Food Drive 2018

Come join your fellow neighbors in a community-wide Food Drive from Gloucester to Rowley on Saturday, November 17 ! Help feed our neighbors!

The Open Door Thanksgiving Food Drive with North Shore 104.9 will be held in Gloucester on Saturday, November 17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Shaw’s on Eastern Avenue and in Ipswich, Stop & Shop on Thatcher Road, and Market Basket at Gloucester Crossing and in Rowley. Volunteers will be at each location to receive your donation. Items most needed: Tuna, peanut butter, hearty soups, cereal and juice. No glass, please. For more information or to download a list, please visit FOODPANTRY.org

THANK YOU for helping local families!

Maritime Gloucester hauling Sylvina W. Beal Wednesday

Beal Hauling invite

The community is welcome to the hauling out of the Sylvina W. Beal, Wednesday, Nov 6 from 9:30am to 11:30am at Maritime Gloucester.  This 107 year old schooner will be hauled out on the 169 year old Maritime Gloucester Railway.

 

City Of Gloucester Community Electricity Aggregation Program Information Breakdown

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To learn more:

Call: (866) 456-8232

Or go to the website: www.gloucester-cea.com

Keep in mind that your National Grid bill is divided into two sets of charges, one for supply and one for delivery. The Gloucester CEA program will only impact the supply portion of your bill. This is identified on your National Grid bill under Supply Services. The program does not affect the delivery or transmission portions of your bill which are substantial. Additionally, summer rates have been historically lower than winter rates. For example, the National Grid residential rate for summer 2018 was 10.87 cents/kWh.
THERE IS NO GUARANTEE OF SAVINGS

The primary intent of the program is to provide price stability and savings over the duration of the 36-month term. National Grid’s rates for electric supply change every six months for Residential and Small Commercial customers and every three months for Industrial customers. Thus, National Grid Basic Service rates may drop below the program rate during any subsequent period.