The event is being held in conjunction with the Daffodil Festival.
Practical Energy Solutions was the first recipient of a certificate for completing the Gloucester Green Office Challenge to reduce avoidable waste and pollution. Shown are, from left, PES staff Ashley Miller and Craig Sandahl, Clean Community coordinator Bill Bell, and PES representative Kelly Lender. Photo by Bill Nachman
Practical Energy Solutions was the first recipient of a certificate for completing the Gloucester Green Office Challenge.
The new and larger shop is located on Route 17, Hayes.
The company has added a new vehicle lift and more.
The shop has also undergone many other changes.
Vicky DuFour has been named the new general manager.
The greatest thing to her has been the community and her customers.
He hopes the website will expand his client base beyond word of mouth.
All store-based businesses in Gloucester are expected to meet the March 15 deadline.
Visiting Angels, an in-home lifestyle support service, opened a center in Gloucester recently. Shown outside the office on Lewis Avenue are, from left, Frank McCarthy, Karen Wilkins. and Darnley Adamson. Photo by Bill Nachman
The business provides personal and companion care services.
It describes the Propane Education & Research Council’s Propane FEED program.
The cardiac rehabilitation program at Riverside Walter Reed Hospital and Middle Peninsula Wellness and Fitness Center, Gloucester, was recently recertified. Discussing the program were, from left, Danette Machen, Al Marks, Donna Indzeris, Eva Towell and Amy Horsley. Photo by Bill Nachman
The cardiac rehabilitation program at Riverside Walter Reed Hospital and Middle Peninsula Wellness and Fitness Center, Gloucester, was recently recertified.