My friends at the Margaret Fuller House were all there, so I asked executive director Christina Alexis for her thoughts on it all, "Margaret Fuller and the community of the Port are about love and the family." Board president Mo Gomez was flipping burgers at the grill, and he was thrilled by the turnout and the good weather, "It's been a great day and it's great to see everyone out and we're glad the Margaret Fuller House can be a part of it."
I took the opportunity snap some portraits of people in and around Clement Morgan Park. I share them with you here. Happy Port Pride Day! ...
|Christina Alexis (r.) with Assistant City Managers Louie DePasquale and Ellen Semonoff|
|Margaret Fuller House board president Mo Gomez and colleague, getting those burgers out there|
|City councillor Jan Devereux|
|Cambridge Police on the scene!|
|Albert Pless, Cambridge Health Alliance with his daughter|
|Ardeene Goodrich and her mom|
|Albert Pless with colleague|
|Luis Edgardo Cotto and friend|
|Megan does face painting|
|Sean Hope and Noah and Marian Darlington Hope|
|An officer trying out horseback riding|
|Matt Nelson and an officer, CPD, helping out|