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Yankee Magazine Showhouse Features Innovative Living In a Timber Frame Home

Yankee Magazine Showhouse Features Innovative Living In a Timber Frame Home
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About The Open Door/Cape Ann Food Pantry: The Open Door/Cape Ann Food Pantry works to alleviate hunger and increase access to nutrition for limited-income households in the Cape Ann community with a mission of food and hospitality, advocacy, and job training. The organization combines traditional food pantry and hot meal programs with Mobile Markets, free farmers’ markets in three public housing locations, Brown Bag Markets, free canned goods and produce in two senior center locations, free lunch for kids during the summer at four Gloucester locations, and food stamp application assistance to increase access to nutrition. Its hunger relief programs annually serve 1,400 to 1,500 Cape Ann households.

The Open Door/Cape Ann Food Pantry owns and operates the Second Glance Resale Shop, the community’s premier resource for reduced-cost items, recycling, referrals, and retraining. All revenues support the organization’s hunger relief programs. For more information, visit capeannfoodpantry.org.

About the Davis Frame Company: Over two decades ago, Jeff Davis and Rick Bascom realized they shared a common dream: to build the finest custom-designed timber frame homes. Together they formed the Davis Frame Company. Both dedicated artisans, they have consistently attracted like-minded individuals to work with them who share the same ideals of quality, collaboration and an unrelenting passion for the trade. Every home by Davis Frame is both an expression of these values and a reflection of the owner’s desires. For more information, go to www.davisframe.com/.

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