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Mattapoisett


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Marion


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Rochester


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Tri-Town


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Schools


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I'm a Wanderer


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Sports


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Aardvark


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420 viewsPictured here holding a copy of The Wanderer during a recent trip to Tienaman Square in Beijing, China are (rear, l. to r.) Jim Shepley, Mike Collyer, Jackie Canastra, (front, l. to r.) Anne Shepley, Marjorie Doran, Lois Ennis, Madelyn Fogler, Judy (Furnans) Pierce, and Jim Pierce. (Photo courtesy of Jen Shepley). 4/21/05 edition
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Remembering Nicole287 viewsMembers of the Sippican Tennis Club (l. to r.) Bill Titcomb, Dr. Charles Parsons, and Joanne Byron have helped start the Nicole Shoemaker Memorial Fund for local Marion resident and former club member Nicole Anne Shoemaker who died unexpectedly at a very young age of 22. Donations made out to Nicole Shoemaker Memorial Fund can be sent to: Eastern Bank, P.O. Box 517, Marion, MA 02738.

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Harbor Days138 viewsThe Mattapoisett Lions Club's Harbor Days Celebration 2009 wrapped up on Sunday, July 19 after a week of dining adventures, live entertainment and craft fair fun. Thousands of visitors flocked to the Mattapoisett waterfront for this annual event now in its twenty sixth year. Proceeds from the celebration help to fund many of the Club's charitable endeavors, including the Massachusetts Lions Eye Research Fund. Photo by Robert Chiarito
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Rochester Country Fair112 viewsIt was fun in the August sun at the 2009 Rochester Country Fair. Plumb Corner was transformed into the ultimate fairground, with lots of craft and food vendors, and fun activities. Fair-goers enjoyed a scarecrow contest, a tractor-pull, a frog jumping contest, a children's parade, and so much more. Photo by Robert Chiarito
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Plumb Corner Halloween88 viewsHalloween Party at Plumb Corner on October 30, 2010.
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Marion Holiday Tree 201185 viewsThe Marion Holiday tree was lit as a part of the village Stroll on December 11, 2011. The tree is a part of the merry display at Bicentennial Park. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Holiday Food Drive12 views Boy Scouts of Troop 32 in Marion celebrate during the last day of their food drive at the Marion Police Department. The scouts collected over 200 items of non-perishable food for The Family Pantry- Damien’s Place in East Wareham. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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It's All About The Animals9 viewsIt's All About The Animals, a non-profit cat shelter in Rochester, Mass., has been responsible for helping to save the lives of over 250 cats since its inception in 2009. The no-kill shelter always has several animals on hand for adoption. Check out these furry felines, who have all recently been officially adopted by loving families from around the Tri-Town. Photos by Eric Tripoli.

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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Troop 324 viewsMarion Troop 32 at the Southwest Marker of Camp Yawgoog in Rockville, RI at the Connecticut boarder. From Left to right is Chris Horton, Zachary Pateakos, Jack Nakashian, Jackson St. Don and Scoutmaster Paul St. Don. Camp Yawgoog is a 1,800-acre reservation for Scouting operated by the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Founded in 1916, Yawgoog is the fourth oldest continuously run Scout camp in the United States. Photo Courtesy Robert H. NakashianApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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ORR’s AFS Club2 viewsMembers of ORR’s AFS club traveled to Arcola, Illinois for a short-term exchange last week. Pictured here are ORR students and their host students outside the Arcola High School. Photo by Rhonda Reints.Apr 17, 2014