Festival Queen contestant helps ‘keep Middlesex safe’
Urbanna Oyster Festival Queen contestant Holly Oliver and her Little Miss Spat contestant, Cheyenne Sears, teamed up to be one of the first contestants to do their community service project on safety of their county. “Keep Middlesex Safe” was the slogan of the project.
British army artifacts are on display this weekend
On Saturday and Sunday, October 19-20, during the Revolutionary War Battle of the Hook reenactment at the Inn at Warner Hall in Gloucester, 28 artifacts from the forces of British Legion’s Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton will be on display for the first time.
Oyster Roast is Saturday at Chesapeake Academy
The oyster roast is based on the popular roll-up-your-sleeves southern tradition, which features sacks of fresh, local oysters in the shell roasted over outdoor grills.
‘Artists Slapdown’ due this Friday
“Artists Slapdown!” is a live painting experience that will be offered at Gloucester Arts on Main on Friday, October 18, from 6-9 p.m. Participating artists compete with each other to create “under the gun.” Finished works will be auctioned.
Urbanna Festival Queen contestant raises funds for MHS Music Department
Urbanna Oyster Festival Queen contestant Mariah Alderman and her Little Miss Spat contestant Anna Carey held a community service project to benefit the Middlesex High School Music Department.
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