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Children of the Corn158 viewsHopefully there wonít be any encounters with a creepy little kid named Malachai when people attempt to maneuver through the intricate corn maze at Cervelliís Farm in Rochester which will be held on Saturday and Sunday, October 25 and 26, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm both days. The farm is located on the corner of Vaughan Hill Road and Route 105 in Rochester. Itís just one of many Halloween-themed events taking place in the tri-town area. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Sparky Makes the Rounds195 viewsSparky the Fire Dog had a busy weekend recently, making the rounds to Open House events at both the Mattapoisett and Marion Fire Departments on Saturday, October 11. Here Sparky greets visitors to the Mattapoisett Fire Department on Route 6. Both departments had demonstrations and presentations on fire safety, along with fun and games for the kids. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Planting Shellfish179 viewsStudents participating in the Marion Natural History Museumís recent after-school planting shellfish program with Marion Shellfish Officer Isaac Perry plant seedlings to help repropogate the areaís natural resource. On Wednesday, October 1, the group took advantage of low tide to do some digging and help renew the townís shellfish beds. They also examined clams and oysters and then buried them in the mud under Mr. Perryís guidance. (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold).
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Needs for Nepal189 viewsORR Junior High Student Ambassadors (front, from left) Amanda Frey, Hanna Walsh and Mariah Allen pose with (back, from left) Sally Hunsdorfer and Dawa Sherpa from Nepal during the kickoff presentation for the schoolís Himalayan Project. Ms. Hunsdorfer frequently makes good will journeys to the Sherpa people in Nepal, and the eighth grade students have begun collecting fleece apparel for her to bring with her on the next visit. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Miss New Bedford200 viewsAshley Bendiksen of Mattapoisett, formerly of Fairhaven, was crowned Miss New Bedford last weekend during the 56th annual pageant held on Sunday, September 21 at Keith Middle School. A graduate of Fairhaven High School and the Anjos Massachusetts Real Estate Licensing School, Ms. Bendiksen attended UMass Lowell for two years and plans to return to school and earn a degree in Global Studies and Environmental Sciences with her scholarship award. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Squaring Off194 viewsThe Reverend Robert Macfarlane of the First Congregational Church in Marion steps it up with his partner during the first of what promises to be a series of annual Square Dances held on Sunday, September 14. Originally planned to be held in the parking area adjacent to the Marion General Store, the inclement weather forced the venue indoors to the nearby Community Center. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Beatlemania in Mattapoisett253 viewsJim Cushman of Mattapoisett, an avid Beatles collector, poses alongside a shirt worn by the late John Lennon during the recording of his final album Double Fantasy. Cushman obtained the shirt from Richard Carlson, a guitar tech at the Hit Factory in New York where the sessions were recorded, who received the shirt as a gift from Lennon himself. Itís just one of countless Beatles-related collectibles Cushman has amassed over the years. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Sweet Treat217 viewsMarion resident Thomas Shire spins some fresh cotton candy treats during the end-of-summer Marion Block Party held on Sunday, August 31 in front of the Marion Town House. Sponsored by the Benjamin D. Cushing Post 2425 VFW, the annual event has a long history in the Town of Marion and included plenty of food, fun and frolic with dancing and music courtesy of DJ Roger Chartier. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Seeds of Liberty256 viewsMembers of Rochester Boy Scout Troop 31 who participated in the recent dedication of a newly-planted Liberty Elm tree on the front lawn of the Plumb Memorial Library in Rochester included (from left) Sam York, Scoutmaster Mr. Bernier, Jeremy Stubbs, Chris Bernier, and Chad Underhill. The troop presented a framed version of Thomas Paineís poem Liberty Tree to Rochester Selectman Richard Nunes to be hung within Town Hall. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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