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12,686 files in 9 albums with 0 comments viewed 1,241,964 times
Cover Photos


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734 files, last one added on Sep 25, 2014
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Mattapoisett


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3179 files, last one added on Sep 25, 2014
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Marion


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2702 files, last one added on Sep 25, 2014
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Rochester


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1949 files, last one added on Sep 25, 2014
Album viewed 26414 times

Tri-Town


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1321 files, last one added on Sep 18, 2014
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Schools


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1394 files, last one added on Aug 27, 2014
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I'm a Wanderer


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414 files, last one added on Sep 18, 2014
Album viewed 47602 times

Sports


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552 files, last one added on Aug 06, 2014
Album viewed 23814 times

Aardvark


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441 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2011
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Classic Canoe14 viewsMarion resident Paul S. Kohout, donated his 16 foot, mahogany, 1959 Canadian Mounty Police Wooden Cargo Canoe to Marion Boy Scout Troop 32/Cub Scout Pack 32 on Thursday September 11, 2014. The Scouts are honored to have such an amazing vessel offered to them and plan to use it in future outings. Pictured are Paul S. Kohout, Scoutmaster Paul St. Don, Cubmaster Leo Grondin, as well as Scouts Jackson St.Don, Lee Grondin and Oakley Campbell.Sep 25, 2014
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Sippican School Garden Club11 viewsMembers of the Sippican School Garden Club have been busy this harvest season caring for their vegetables, herbs, and flowers after school. On September 23 it took ten enthusiastic little gardeners to pull up a ten-foot tall sunflower and carry it to “Weed Mountain.” After, the kids collected greens, grasses, and flowers to make an arrangement for the main office. Photo by Jean PerrySep 25, 2014
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Sippican School Garden Club10 viewsMembers of the Sippican School Garden Club have been busy this harvest season caring for their vegetables, herbs, and flowers after school. On September 23 it took ten enthusiastic little gardeners to pull up a ten-foot tall sunflower and carry it to “Weed Mountain.” After, the kids collected greens, grasses, and flowers to make an arrangement for the main office. Photo by Jean PerrySep 25, 2014
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Classic Canoe12 viewsMarion resident Paul S. Kohout, donated his 16 foot, mahogany, 1959 Canadian Mounty Police Wooden Cargo Canoe to Marion Boy Scout Troop 32/Cub Scout Pack 32 on Thursday September 11, 2014. The Scouts are honored to have such an amazing vessel offered to them and plan to use it in future outings. Pictured are Paul S. Kohout, Scoutmaster Paul St. Don, Cubmaster Leo Grondin, as well as Scouts Jackson St.Don, Lee Grondin and Oakley Campbell.Sep 25, 2014
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Sippican School Garden Club10 viewsMembers of the Sippican School Garden Club have been busy this harvest season caring for their vegetables, herbs, and flowers after school. On September 23 it took ten enthusiastic little gardeners to pull up a ten-foot tall sunflower and carry it to “Weed Mountain.” After, the kids collected greens, grasses, and flowers to make an arrangement for the main office. Photo by Jean PerrySep 25, 2014
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Sippican School Garden Club10 viewsMembers of the Sippican School Garden Club have been busy this harvest season caring for their vegetables, herbs, and flowers after school. On September 23 it took ten enthusiastic little gardeners to pull up a ten-foot tall sunflower and carry it to “Weed Mountain.” After, the kids collected greens, grasses, and flowers to make an arrangement for the main office. Photo by Jean PerrySep 25, 2014
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Classic Canoe13 viewsMarion resident Paul S. Kohout, donated his 16 foot, mahogany, 1959 Canadian Mounty Police Wooden Cargo Canoe to Marion Boy Scout Troop 32/Cub Scout Pack 32 on Thursday September 11, 2014. The Scouts are honored to have such an amazing vessel offered to them and plan to use it in future outings. Pictured are Paul S. Kohout, Scoutmaster Paul St. Don, Cubmaster Leo Grondin, as well as Scouts Jackson St.Don, Lee Grondin and Oakley Campbell.Sep 25, 2014
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Sippican School Garden Club10 viewsMembers of the Sippican School Garden Club have been busy this harvest season caring for their vegetables, herbs, and flowers after school. On September 23 it took ten enthusiastic little gardeners to pull up a ten-foot tall sunflower and carry it to “Weed Mountain.” After, the kids collected greens, grasses, and flowers to make an arrangement for the main office. Photo by Jean PerrySep 25, 2014

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Vocabulary Day Parade 6 viewsA living, breathing, (and giggling) dictionary of vocabulary words displayed their intellect and imagination at Rochester Memorial School during its first annual Vocabulary Day Parade on April 4. Photo by Jean Perry
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Mattapoisett Road Race236 viewsRunners leading the 1,000-plus member pack of registrants in the 2008 Mattapoisett Road Race held on July 4 start the long trek through Mattapoisett Village promptly at 9:00 AM. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Southcoast Special Olympics8 viewsThe Southcoast Special Olympics began on May 5 at Center School, with young athletes from ages 2 to 7 participating in soccer, field hockey, tee-ball, and track & field. For information future sessions, contact Laura Antonellis at 508-212-8104 or lauraantonellis@ymail.com. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Fall Constellations91 viewsChildren enjoyed a special program on Fall Constellations at the Marion Natural History Museum on October 22. Photos courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.