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To the Editor:
It was a beautiful day to stroll the village of Marion on Sunday. Thanks to the Marion Business Community, there were many festive activities for families of all ages.
Every village business put on something special for the crowds to enjoy. Music was plentiful as was the food. It made for a very happy Holiday scene. Thanks to Paula and Eric Strand and all their merry elves who made the day such a success.
I would also like to urge anyone who came to consider supporting their local business. As a small shop owner (How On Earth in Mattapoisett), I know first-hand how difficult it is to compete with big stores. Shopping locally keeps money in the community. We hire local employees, support local charities and pay local taxes. Marion Village has a lot to offer: food, toys, books, groceries, clothes, gifts and now a new lunch spot and so much more. So please consider "Shop Local" when you next go out.
If anyone would like to help with the cost of the Stroll, please send a check to MBCA, Box 434, Marion 02738
Margie Baldwin, Marion

Coastline Elderly Nutrition Program
Monday, Dec 22: Chicken stew with mixed vegetables, cheesy rice, multigrain roll, peaches
Tuesday, Dec 23: Beef burgundy with Italian-style penne, Tuscany blend veggies, wheat bread, holiday cookie, diet: graham wafer
Wednesday, Dec 24: Tuna noodle casserole, tossed salad, honey mustard dressing, peas, whole wheat roll, fresh apple
Thursday, Dec 25: Holiday - Closed
Friday, Dec 26: Ground beef patty with mushroom gravy, parsley whipped potatoes, winter blend veggies, dinner roll, vanilla pudding, diet: sugar free pudding

Holiday Storytime at the MHS
Children are invited to join us at the museum on Saturday, December 20 at 10:00 am with their own favorite book for a special Holiday Storytime. Help us to celebrate Beloved Books as we share our favorite books with others and read some stories together while enjoying some hot chocolate. Program is free; donations are encouraged. For more information, please contact the Mattapoisett Historical Society, 5 Church Street, at 508-758-2844,, or online at

Mattapoisett Library Upcoming Programs
Christmas with Dr. Who: Everyone is invited to hang out with Dr. Who episodes on the big screen on Friday, December 19 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. Snacks, fun and comfy furniture. Sign up by calling 508-758-4171.
Storytime with Sadie: Come and listen to a story with our library "Good Listener" dog, Sadie, on Saturday, December 20 at 11:00 am. Then join the staff for a craft afterward. Registration required by visiting the library or calling 508-758-4171.
Make a Candy House: Come and read Gingerbread Stories on Tuesday, December 23 from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm, and then build and decorate your own candy house to take home. This is a great way to celebrate the holiday season at the library. Registration required. Call 508-758-4171.
Movie Extravaganza: The Junior Friends invite children to watch Frozen at the library on Tuesday, December 23 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm. Popcorn will be served.
Holiday Hours: The Mattapoisett Library will be open until noon on December 24 and December 31. The library will be closed on December 25 and January 1.

Falmouth Academy Head of School List
Falmouth Academy is pleased to announce the Head of School's List for the first trimester of the 2014-2015 school year. To be named to the list, students must earn three As and no other grade below a B-. The following students reached this academic achievement:
John Marvel '19, Marion
Charles Tomlinson '20, Marion
Mia Beams '19, Mattapoisett
Oliver Russell '17, Mattapoisett
Grace Russell '19, Mattapoisett
Charlotte Van Voorhis '16, Mattapoisett
Eliza Van Voorhis '17, Mattapoisett

"Foodraiser" for Homeless Cats
Animal Advocate's wish this Holiday season is to fill our foster care cat food bowls with plenty of food from the generosity of others in our community. Help Animal Advocates raise donations to rescue abandoned and homeless cats, place them in foster care that provides food, medical care, warmth and love in a safe temporary home while they wait for a family.
Come and be part of our "Foodraiser" for Animal Advocates. You can feel good in knowing your gift of food gives back to needy cats. All donations and cat food will be gratefully accepted by Lisa Bindas and Jaci at Gotta Have It Inc., a specialty store at 324 Huttleston Avenue, Rt. 6 in Fairhaven.
Animal Advocates is dedicated to rescuing animals from suffering, neglect and abandonment, and achieves its mission through rescue, foster care, adoption and providing spay/neuter services. For information, call 508-991-7727, or Lisa Bindas at Gotta Have It Inc., 508-961-0000.

Showstoppers Performances
The Showstoppers singing troupe will perform with the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra on Saturday, December 20 in the Family Holiday Pops Concerts at the Zeiterion Theatre.
The two "Magical Moments" shows will be offered at 3:30 pm and 7:00 pm.
Tickets can be ordered online at or by calling the box office at 508-994-2900.
The Showstoppers performance troupe is teaming up with the North Dartmouth Mall to help those in need in our community.
The singing troupe will perform at the mall on Sunday, December 21 on a stage in front of Old Navy from 12:00 to 3:00 pm, while volunteers collect donations for the Acushnet-based nonprofit, Gifts to Give.
Gifts to Give provides gift-packs of clothes, books and toys to ten thousand local children each year who are homeless or living in families in poverty. "The need is great," said Denise Bertrand, a Rochester resident who volunteers at the center filling orders that come in from various distribution partners. "Often when we don't have what is needed, one of us will take money out of our own pockets to purchase the item to fulfill the order."
New packages of children's socks and underwear of any size as well as cash donations are needed most at this time.
Visit for more information about their services or how to get involved.

Sean Murphy Makes WPI All-Star
Sean Murphy was one of eight members of the WPI Football team to earn a spot on the 24th annual Steve "Merc" Morris All-Star Team as selected by the eight sports information directors of Worcester County.
The team is named in memory of Steve "Merc" Morris, the longtime Assistant Director of Athletics for Media Relations and Assumption Hall of Famer. Morris was a 1972 graduate of Assumption and was a member of the athletics staff for 39 years before he passed away in January of 2011.
The quartet of senior Nate Martel, junior Sean Murphy and sophomores Brian Murtagh and Brandon Eccher distinguished themselves by earning first team honors.
Also receiving recognition with second team accolades were seniors Zach Arnold, Jack Downey and juniors Vinny Tavernelli and Eric Lacroix.
Murphy picked up first team All-Worcester Area honors for a second straight season. The junior recorded team-highs with four interceptions and six pass breakups despite seeing a limited amount of balls thrown to his side of the field. Murphy returned interceptions for touchdowns against Curry and Union and also returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown against Worcester State. The pick-six at Curry was named a GEICO Best of College Football Play of the Year finalist and aired twice on CBS late last month.
WPI, who concluded the 2014 season with its first-ever victory over Springfield, will kick off the 2015 campaign at home Labor Day weekend against New England Football Conference champion, and NCAA Division III Football Championship second round participant, MIT.

Marion Town House Committee to Seek Architect
Next month, the Marion Town House Building Committee with the Marion Board of Selectmen will issue a Request for Qualifications to hire an architectural team to prepare a feasibility study to renovate and modernize the historic Marion Town House. The landmark building was constructed in 1876-1890 for Tabor Academy as a gift from the town's most important benefactor, Elizabeth Taber. In 1937, it was given to the Town of Marion as part of a land swap with the growing school. The 138-year old building is now in need of extensive repairs and updating to meet current building codes and modern functionality.
The RFQ asks for three Town House renovation options to be studied as well as a fourth option, which would incorporate master planning for the Town House, the Elizabeth Taber Library and a senior center. The resulting feasibility study will result in conceptual plans of all four options and will inform townspeople as to what renovation plan is most feasible and what the cost will be. The four options specifically exclude demolition of the 1876 building
The Town House Building committee members are Paul Dawson (Town Manager), Lynn Crocker, Priscilla Ditchfield, Jon Henry (selectman), Wayne Matteson, Bob Raymond (chairman), Bill Saltonstall, Meg Steinberg and Shaun Cormier (Facilities Manager and Owners Project Manager).
The ultimate goal of the study is to provide modern functional town facilities in beautifully renovated buildings compatible with the special character of the town. The Committee will hold a public hearing next summer at the completion of the study to present the results.

Academic Achievements
The Providence Country Day School has recognized Mattapoisett resident Gregory Schneider '18 for first trimester scholarship and achievement.

Rochester's Polar Plunge Cancelled
Due to unforeseen circumstances, we have had to cancel our previously scheduled Polar Plunge, which had been scheduled for January 1 at Silvershell Beach, as a fundraiser for our Building Fund. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. Maybe next year????

ORR Junior High School Holiday Concert
Music Directors Angie Vaughn and Jim Farmer lead their students in the annual Holiday Concert. This free event takes place on Thursday, December 18 at 7:00 pm in the ORRJHS auditorium.
A selection of holiday classics and contemporary music is sure to delight the entire family.
You won't want to miss this performance by the junior high chorus, as well as the jazz band, and seventh and eighth grade concert bands.
If you placed a candle order with an ORR music student, the Friends of Old Rochester Music will be at this concert distributing those candles.

Tinkhamtown Chapel Annual Carol Sing
The Tinkhamtown Chapel on Acushnet Road in Mattapoisett will host its annual Christmas Carol Sing on Saturday, December 20 at 5:00 pm. Go back in time as you join your friends and neighbors in singing the old favorites in a 19th century chapel, lit by kerosene lamps and heated with a wood stove. Children are encouraged to volunteer to perform a solo song or recitation, and to join in the children's chorus singing "Jingle Bells" and "The Twelve Days of Christmas." For more information, email or call 508-758-9559.

Rochester Tax Bills
Rochester's Preliminary 2015 tax bills were mailed November 24, 2014. The first half payment is due December 29, 2014.
If paying by personal online banking, allow sufficient time for the bank to generate a check and mail it to the Town. Please supply sufficient information on the check identifying which bill should be credited.
You will receive your actual fiscal year 2015 tax bill, based on January 2014 assessment, after the State Department of Revenue certifies the FY '15 Tax Rate. All payments of preliminary tax bills will be credited toward payment of your fiscal 2015 tax.
If you have not received your tax bill in the mail, please contact the Collector's Office at 508-763-3871 ext. 16 or 10. If you have questions regarding property values and abatements please contact the Assessor's office at 508-763-5250.

Elizabeth Taber Library Activities
Christmas Vacation Drop-in Activities, December 22 - January.
- Create thank you note paper and get hints on writing great thank you notes!
- Learn about Hanukkah and Kwanza while making menorahs and Kwanza placemats!
- Celebrate wildlife by reading stories of the season and creating treats for the winter birds and squirrels!
All materials will be available in the Children's Room during regular library hours.
MOBY: My Own Back Yard Program, December 22 - 30, Give the Birds a Gift - Create Pine Cone Bird Feeders! This program is federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.

Elizabeth Taber Library Adult Programs
Mystery Book Club: Join us at the Elizabeth Taber Library for our monthly Mystery Book Club which meets the first Wednesday of every month at 11:00 am. The upcoming books we will be discussing are:
- January 7: What the Dead Know by Laura Lippman
- February 4: Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King
- March 4: Broken Harbor by Tana French
- April 1: Strangers by Bill Pronzini
- May 6: Bad Wolf by Nele Neuhaus
- June 3: On What Grounds by Cleo Coyle
Please stop into the Elizabeth Taber Library to register and reserve the monthly book!
Winter Recipe Exchange, December 16 at 4:00 pm: In need of some new hearty winter recipes? We'll be swapping our favorites with others in the community and taking a look at ways to use Pinterest to find even more recipes online! Please bring a copy of your favorite recipe with you and we will make the copies for you to exchange! To register, please call the Elizabeth Taber Library at 508-748-1252 or email Libby O'Neill at
What Makes You Grateful Art Display: Between now and the end of the year, we are creating a display of postcards showcasing (anonymously) what the community is thankful for! So stop into the Elizabeth Taber Library soon to share what makes you most grateful this holiday season in your own words or even your own artwork and to view this exhibit of thanks. The inspiration for this display comes from the book What Makes You Grateful: Voices From Around the World by Anne Kubitsky.

ORR Class of 1965
The Old Rochester Regional High School Class of 1965 has planned a 50-year reunion on September 19, 2015 and is searching for classmates. Graduates of ORRHS Class of 1965, please email your current address to as well as any current addresses of classmates and teachers you have contact with. Visit our Facebook page, "Orrhs1965 Reunion". Like and Share to get the word out.

Santa in Rochester
Join Santa for juice and cookies at the Rochester Post Office on Saturday, December 20 from 9:00 am - noon.

Beanie Baby Fundraiser for Pets
Please join us for our annual Beanie Baby fundraiser to benefit pets in need. A Helping Paw has been collecting Beanies all year long, and thanks to generous donors we have hundreds from which to choose! All have been gently loved and are now in need of loving new homes. The fundraiser will be held from now through December 20 at our facility, 3086 Cranberry Hwy, East Wareham. Beanies make great gifts, prizes or even stocking stuffers! Just $1 each or buy five and get three FREE! For more information, please call us at 508-291-7297 or visit our website at

Plumb Library Food for Fines
From December 1-26, Plumb Library patrons can donate nonperishable food items for Damien's Pantry, or pet food items for local animal shelters, and their fines will be cleared. Clean out your overdues for the New Year. This does not cover lost book or card fees, or copying or faxing fees. For more information, call the library at 508-763-8600.

K of C Teen Dances
All of the Teen Dances held at the Knights Hall are sponsored and run by the Knights of Columbus, Damien Council. As a preventive measure - not because of any problems - a uniformed police detail officer is hired for each dance. Several Knights and Ladies Auxiliary members chaperone each dance. Once a teen has entered the Knights Hall, they are not allowed to leave the building unless being picked up by a parent or guardian. As always, Disc Jockey Jason Mello provides the music. Mr. Mello is a member of the Knights of Columbus.
The Knights want 6th, 7th and 8th graders to have a fun and safe environment to socialize and dance on scheduled Friday evenings. We invite any parent who wants to see what the dances are all about to visit a dance. Please stop in when you drop your child off, introduce yourself to the chaperones, and take a look around so you know how your child will be spending the evening.
All proceeds from these dances support our local Knights of Columbus charities and expenses in maintaining the Knights Hall. If you have any questions about our Teen Dances, do not hesitate to call Jim Alferes at 508-863-3496 or stop by the beginning of the next dance!
Teen Dances are scheduled for the following dates from 7:00 - 10:00 pm:
Friday, January 9, 2015
Friday, January 30, 2015

Mattapoisett Library Helps Kids Cozy Up
Add a little joy to someone's life this season when you go shopping! Library patrons in Mattapoisett are helping the children of women served by The Women's Center to stay warm and entertained this winter. Everyone is encouraged to bring in new pajamas for babies and children along with a new book for the children to read. Each month the PJs and books will be brought to The Women's Center for distribution by the Center's staff. The identities of the families will remain confidential.
Decorated boxes to receive the donations are in the children's department and upstairs near the adult circulation desk. Any size new pajamas for boys or girls are welcome. A clothesline is being hung in the mezzanine to show off some of the fun PJs and to remind patrons of "the pajama drive."
"We already have a few donations and we're just getting started. The entire staff is excited about this project to benefit women and children served by The Women's Center. What better gift for a child this winter than a cozy pair of PJs and a new book?" stated Library Director Susan Pizzolato.
The pajama and book drive will continue throughout the winter to benefit families who seek help at The Women's Center. For more information, please call the library at 508-758-4171. For information about The Women's Center, please call 508-996-3343, or visit the organization's website
For over 40 years, The Women's Center has provided free and confidential, 24-hour, easily accessible services for victims of violence, abuse and trauma. With offices in New Bedford and Fall River, The Women's Center offers counseling, education, outreach, referrals and resources to those in need. If you need help or know someone who does, call the 24 Hour Hotline at 508-999-6636.

Marion Council on Aging
Applications for the Senior Property Tax Work-Off Program are now available at the Marion Council on Aging. This program allows Marion seniors, 62 and older, to perform services for the town in exchange for a maximum of $750 reduction on their real estate taxes. Please call the COA for more information or to register for this program at 508-748-3570.

19th Annual Moby-Dick Marathon
The New Bedford Whaling Museum's 19th Annual Moby-Dick Marathon is scheduled for January 2-4, 2015 and all those interested in reading are invited to contact the museum starting at 12:01 am on Tuesday, November 11. Call 508-717-6851 or email to request a 7-10 minute reading slot. Be sure to provide your full name and preferred reading time as well as two alternate times.
New this year! Children ages eight and older are invited to read excerpts from the abridged version of Moby-Dick. The Children's Mini-Marathon will take place on Saturday, January 3 from 3:00 - 6:00 pm and on Sunday, January 4 from 10:00 am to noon. It will occur concurrently with the annual reading. Children interested in participating should follow the same instructions listed above, but should specify the Children's Mini-Marathon in their request.
Every January, the world's largest whaling museum marks the anniversary of Herman Melville's 1841 whaling voyage from New Bedford with a 25-hour nonstop reading of America's greatest novel: Moby-Dick. The weekend includes three days of activities, January 2-3-4, 2015, including a ticketed buffet dinner and lecture on Friday evening.
A midwinter tradition, the marathon attracts hundreds of readers and listeners from around the world. The reading begins at noon on Saturday, January 3 and finishes at 1:00 pm on Sunday, January 4. Snow and cold will not stop this literary happening. Come at any time, leave at any time, or stay 25 hours and win a prize! For more information, visit

Marion Town Events Calendar
As Marion residents look ahead to the busy holiday season, they should keep in mind that the Town Events Calendar, found at the Town of Marion website, is a great place to learn about the many holiday activities in Marion that are open to the public. There are listings for community happenings, events sponsored by the Sippican Historical Society, the Elizabeth Taber Library, Tabor Academy, and the Marion Art Center, and many other opportunities to learn, listen, and enjoy. Go to the town website at, click on calendars, choose the Town Events Calendar and learn what is going on in Town that might appeal to you.
This site can also be useful when considering a date for an event to determine what the competition might be for your choice of day and/or time.
The Town Events Calendar is managed for the Friends of Marion Council on Aging by Michele Bissonette, Assistant Town Clerk. To register an event in the calendar, contact Michele at and request a copy of the Calendar Guidelines and an online Event Notice Form.

Practical Nurse Program
Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School's Practical Nurse Program at 220 Sandwich Road in Bourne Massachusetts will be hosting an information session on Friday, January 23, 2015 at 10:00 am.
Please join us in the "new" Nursing and Allied Health Education Center (The "LPN" Building) to learn about the UCT Practical Nurse Program:
- Receive detailed program information
- Have your questions about the program answered
- Complete an Application for Admission
- Register for the Entrance Exam (Test of Essential Academic Skills - TEAS)
- Enjoy light refreshments
It is not necessary to register. If you have any questions, please call Nancy Taddia at 508-759-7711 ext. 277 or visit our website at

SouthCoast Toastmaster's Club
The SouthCoast Toastmaster's Club, a public speaking, communications and leadership organization meets the first and third Thursday of each month from noon to 1:00 pm at the Marion Recreation Center at 13 Atlantis Avenue in Marion. The building is located near the Sippican Healthcare campus and Marconi Village.
Come and experience what happens at our meetings! We have a vocabulary word of the day, a joke of the day, two 5-7 minute prepared speeches, two-minute extemporaneous speaking sessions and evaluations of what just happened. The meeting is one hour. Come and bring your brown bag lunch.
Get over your jitters and gain more confidence in your presentation skills. Bring a friend. For more information, call 508-292-6706 or visit our web site at

Blue Book Telephone Directory
Did you know ... The white pages of the popular Blue Book telephone directory are available online? The updated listings for residences and businesses in the three towns of Marion, Mattapoisett and Rochester can be found at All additions and changes received since the 2013-14 edition was printed have been entered into these listings and this database will become the basis of the next print edition to be published in the spring of 2015.
Residents and businesses are encouraged to check their listings in this online resource and send any additions, deletions, or corrections by email to or by postal mail to LWV-MMR, P.O. Box 812, Marion, MA 02738.
The Blue Book is a community service of the League of Women Voters of Marion, Mattapoisett, and Rochester, and is mailed free of charge to all postal patrons every other year.

FISH - Friends In Service Helping
Friends In Service Helping has been in operation in Mattapoisett since 1969. We provide rides to medical appointments for elderly residents who cannot drive anymore. We service Mattapoisett residents with transportation from their homes to Wareham, Marion, Fairhaven, New Bedford, and Dartmouth, as well as right here in Mattapoisett. Last year alone, we transported 301 residents!
Our town does not have public transportation. Our elderly residents are counting on FISH to get them to their medical appointments. We need more volunteer callers and drivers. We always work around your schedule when it is convenient for you! To find out more about your opportunity to be a FISH volunteer, please call FISH Coordinator Jacquie McGraw at 508-758-9278.

Best Seat in the House? Every Seat!
The Music Hall Advisory Committee is pleased to announce two very significant donations - an audio system donated by an anonymous donor, as well as 150 comfortable, new chairs from a dual donation by an anonymous donor and the Sippican Historical Society. The Committee is deeply grateful for these wonderful contributions that will greatly enhance the comfort and enjoyment of audiences for the many civic and cultural activities held at the Music Hall.
For information on various programs held at the Music Hall by organizations such as the Sippican Historical Society, Elizabeth Taber Library and Marion Council on Aging, as well as other local venues, you can now consult the Town of Marion's Events calendar at
Increased use of the Music Hall has led to more awareness of the maintenance issues it faces, and the Committee is very pleased to be working actively with the town's new Facilities Manager, Shaun Cormier, to ensure the long-term 'health' of this historic building. We look forward to honoring the vision of Elizabeth Taber when she built the Music Hall in 1891, as well as the generosity of another benefactress whose large donation in 1995 provided funds for a major renovation to the building as well as an endowment.
The focus now is on stabilizing the Hall's foundation, increasing handicap access, upgrading the kitchen, replacing the furnace, redoing the interior painting and floors, as well as furnishing the Reading Room. Excellent assistance from many local volunteers has proved invaluable, and the Committee welcomes any and all suggestions as the project moves forward.
Anyone who wishes to be involved in the Music Hall's improvement initiative is encouraged to contact Phyllis Washburn at

Mattapoisett COA Happenings
Knitting: Mondays at 10:00 am
Scrabble: Mondays at 1:00 pm
Bingo: Wednesdays at 1:00 pm
Mah Jong: Wednesdays at 1:15 pm
Bridge: Thursdays at 9:00 am
Belly Dancing: Mondays, 1:30 pm, $3
Qi Gong: Mondays, 10:00 am, free
Strength and Balance: Mondays and Wednesdays, 12:00 pm, free
Cardio Fit: Wednesdays, 9:00 am, free
Yoga: Tuesdays and Fridays, 8:45 am, $3
Walking Group: Tuesdays, 9:00 am, free

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