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Wanderers in China320 viewsThe Assing/Allan family poses in front of the Temple of Heaven, a famous Taoist Temple, in Beijing, July 2009. The family members from left to right are: Theo Assing, Wayne Assing, Emil Assing and Terry Allan. The family went to China for four weeks this past summer to visit Changsha where their son Theo was born 12 years ago.
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Original Wanderer160 viewsA “treasure trove” of photos depicting the Wanderer, the final ship to be built in Mattapoisett’s Shipyard Park, was purchased by Brad and Priscilla Hathaway, who donated the photos to the Mattapoisett Historical Society in September, 2009. October 1, 2009 edition.
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House Boat208 viewsOn September 22, a construction crew continues to work on dislodging a house on Wilber’s Point in Fairhaven. The house will be loaded onto a barge and floated over Buzzard’s Bay to its new location on Brant Beach Ave. in Mattapoisett. Since tides and winds are critical to safely moving the house, the move has been rescheduled several times. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley
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Remembering Waterman153 viewsThe Third Annual Waterman School Reunion took place at the Rochester Memorial School on Saturday, September 12 attracting over 100 former students of the venerable elementary school. Waterman school, which was in the building that now houses the Rochester Fire Department, was the forerunner to RMS during the first half of the Twentieth Century. The theme for this year's gathering was The War Years, remembering the World War II era. Photo by Robert Chiarito
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Blast from the Past489 viewsIt was impulse-buying heaven at the 36th Annual Arts and Crafts Flea Market on September 5. The First Congregational Church of Rochester hosted the Market, which featured lots of eclectic vendors, baked goods, and local organizations. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley
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End of an Era151 viewsThe sign of L’Auberge de Marion, once a landmark along route six, has now been raised after remaining vacant for a decade. Photo by Paul Lopes. September 3, 2009 edition
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Fun at the Fair204 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. Buck-Chuck and The Wanderer Aardvark were there! Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Ready, Set, Rochester!192 viewsA busy week for Rochester including the Grange Fair, Rochester Country Fair, Road Race, and Museum Open House. August 20, 2009 edition
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Salty's Fun-o-Rama210 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust will be unveiling a new playground on August 15 in Dunseith Gardens, home of Salty the Seahorse. The playground was a collective effort from various Mattapoisett residents, who donated time and materials. Photo by Paul Lopes. August 13, 2009 edition
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Gold!265 viewsThe Marion Art Center presents "Gold in the Hills: or, The Dead Sister's Secret", a melodrama set in the 1890's. The hero, played by Kevin Halligan (left) is framed for murder by the diabolical villain, played by Paul Kandarian (right). The heroine Nell, is played by Kimberly Teves (center). The play will be located in the Marion Art Center, and will take place on August 6, 7, 9, 13, 14, and 15 at 8:00 pm. Photo by Caryn Koffman
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Winding Trail216 viewsA boardwalk stretches through "Eastover South", a new Marion
hiking trail that is being built by the Trustees of Reservation and a
group of local volunteers. Photo by Robert Chiarito - July 30, 2009 Edition
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Harbor Days 2009224 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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