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GMSA holds annual meeting

Gloucester Main Street Association held its annual meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 10 at the Fine Arts Museum of Gloucester.

The organization introduced its new slate of officers for 2024 which included Adrianne Ryder-Cook Joseph as president, Samantha Smith of Split Enz Salon as incoming president, Elizabeth Blackney of the Cook Foundation as vice president, Emily King of LC Salon as secretary, and Pam Callis-Lett of Berkshire Hathaway Towne Realty as treasurer.

Joseph opened the meeting by sharing the mission and vision of the organization, Main Street Preservation Trust, which the Gloucester Main Street Association works with to carry out.

In the fall of 2023, the organization conducted an extensive survey. Major takeaways indicated that businesses want more family-friendly events, upgraded social media strategies, and increased collaboration and networking opportunities. “The organization is actively working to implement these changes and hopes to continue conducting regular s...

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