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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony1 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony1 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony1 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony1 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony2 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony0 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony1 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony0 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017

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Cold Steel57 views“Cold Steel” was one of the educating and exciting free programs the Mattapoisett Free Library offers during the summer. Visitors learned all about the history of swords and the origins of sword fighting, while Jeff Lord and Jeff Goodkind from the Association for Renaissance and Medieval Swordsmanship gave live demonstrations before a crowd of enthusiastic kids and adults. Photos by Jean Perry
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Holiday Party at Shipyard Park47 viewsThe community turned out for a wonderful late afternoon of lights, music, food and fun at the annual Holiday Party at Shipyard Park in Mattapoisett hosted by the Lions Club. The Lions were collecting non-perishable food and unwrapped new toys to distribute to those in need during the holiday. In return those in attendance were treated to great food, drinks and crafts for the little ones. Photos by Felix Perez and Marilou Newell
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Monarch Moment64 viewsElla Gillen, 10, and Sofia Gillen, 8, watched a chrysalis that originated from their backyard hatch on Tuesday at the Mattapoisett Library. It was serendipity that the two girls were there with their mother, Tracy, to catch the chrysalis beginning to break open to release a fully developed Monarch butterfly into the world. Photos by Jean Perry