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Old Hammondtown Talent Show7 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean PerryApr 15, 2015
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show6 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean PerryApr 15, 2015
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show5 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean PerryApr 15, 2015
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show7 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean PerryApr 15, 2015
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show6 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean PerryApr 15, 2015
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show6 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean PerryApr 15, 2015
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show10 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean PerryApr 15, 2015
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show7 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean PerryApr 15, 2015

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Executive Branches164 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Tree Planting Committee help plant a red maple tree donated by Deborah Smiley and her husband, Sam Ogle, at Center School in Mattapoisett. The historic tree was raised from seed taken from a red maple that still grows at the Mansion House Farm at Mount Vernon the estate home of our first President, George Washington. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Walk for Peace72 viewsThe bitter cold couldnt stop their mission for peace. About a dozen members of the Nipponzan Myohoji, a Japanese Buddhist Order, and their supporters could be seen walking, chanting and banging a drum along Route 6 on February 24, 2011. Photo by Laura Pedulli.
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Butterfly Release8 viewsDebbie Thompson of Marion raised monarch butterflies from caterpillar to chrysalis with her preschool students and finally released them on September 26. This is the second year Thompson raised butterflies, tagged them, and released them into the wild with her students. “For the kids it’s such a magical thing,” said Thompson. The bright blue sky made a spectacular backdrop for the butterflies’ bright wings as they flew away. Photos by Jean Perry
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SWC Talk44 viewsAt the Sippican Woman's Club meeting on October 14, Mattapoisett Historical Society president Seth Mendell will give a presentation on the history of Cuttyhunk and the Elizabeth Islands. The Sippican Woman's Club meets on the second Friday of each month at 12:30 pm at Handy Tavern on Front Street in Marion. New members are always welcome. Visit www.SippicanWomansClub.org for more information.