Sunday, September 26, 2010

Duck Race


The Kiwanis Club of Danvers held the 17th annual Rubber Duck Race on Saturday, Sept. 25, at Pope’s Landing on the Porter River. Proceeds go toward college scholarships. I  adopt  duck # 554 for $5.  My friend Julia and I went to watch this fun race. Unfortunately my duck did not win but it was and exciting race.



Friday, September 24, 2010

Susan and Chip

Today was a beautiful warm September day and I had the pleasure of photographing two very special friends, Susan and Chip.  They are a very fun couple and we had a fun photo shoot.


Sunday, September 19, 2010

September 17, 1950

My siblings and I took my parents out to a Sunday Lunch to celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary...
My dad said that we have a nice family,and my brother Dave said that we had a good foundation.. Amen

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Independence Greenway - Peabody Ma

       This week, I started riding my bike again. 
I rode on Wednesday and Friday on the new Independence Greenway Rail Trail in West Peabody, MA
Rode 6 miles on Wed and 6.6 miles on Friday.
I love riding in the cooler weather and this trail is perfect...it is only about 7 minutes by car from my house,
and perfect length for a nice work out.  As I ride, I meet up with other riders and walkers.

Red House on the Farm - Amherst Ma


I drove out to UMass in Amherst today. I had to deliver some things to my son, Scott - some books that he needed for school, some clothes that he left behind at home and his new glasses (and by the way, the new glasses look awesome on him...they are frameless and show more of his face...i like them...he does too)

I took Scott and Mary (his girlfriend) out to lunch at Bertuccis then we went to the campus store so I could buy a maroon Umass hooded sweat shirt.  Then I dropped the kids off at their Anime Marathon.  It was nice to see Scott and Mary and visit with them a bit. They are doing really well.  And btw...Sept 10th they had their 7 year anniversary of dating each other...wow...I am so happy for them both, that they have found each other.

After I dropped them off, I drove around a bit and found some cool farm lands in Amherst. Would love to spend a weekend in the Amherst area in the fall when the leaves are changing...awesome photo opportunities.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Truck Day



Danvers Recreation Department Presented
Truck Day at Endicott Park on September 22, 2010
Special thanks to the Danvers Public Works, Police, Fire &
contributing businesses and agencies.

Remembering 9-11

Since 2007, Masconomet Regional High School students, led by Olivia O'Malley (of Topsfield, MA),
place 3,000 flags on the front lawn of the highschool in remembrance of those who lost their lives 
on September 11, 2001.

Rock my Kitchen


My friend Laurie P. asked me to take a photo of her renovated kitchen for 
a contest that she was entering. The winning prize is $5,000.
Good Luck Laurie!!

Beverly Bootstraps


Congressman John Tierney paid a visit to Beverly Bootraps food pantry this week
to help fill bags for patients at Addison Gilbert Hospital and Beverly Hospital in need.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Class of 2011


I had the pleasure of photographing  Maya, Julie and Tori, for their High School Senior photos. they are members of the Hamilton/Wenham Regional High School class of 2011.

It was a hot hot late afternoon but the girls were troopers and went along with all my  requests for photos.  They were a lot of fun.  Thanks Girls

EBSCO Publishing Dedication


In August Northeast Health Foundation and Beverly Hospital at Danvers had a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for EBSCO Publishing , recognizing their generous donation in support of the Lifestyle Management Institute's rehab gym.

http://www.boston.com/yourtown/news/beverly/2010/08/_pictured_from_left_at.html

Beverly Hospital OR Expansion Project

I did a photo shoot this week for a press release to announce the progress of the Beverly Hospital Operating Room Expansion Project and the generous donation of $100,000 from Danversbank Charitable Foundation for this project.
This photo and an article will be in several local newspapers as well as probably the Globe North.