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Building Communities137 viewsThe Buzzards Bay Habitat for Humanity crew takes a break from preparing a foundation at their latest home site in Wareham. Pictured from left to right are:Steve Sooy, Carol Dildine, Al Amaral - Building Chairman, Rosemary Barrett, Joselyn Redd - habitat homeowner, Mike Lacava, Nick Cimeno - Pinnacle Site Contractors, and Jack Beck.
Golf Benefit162 viewsThe Bay Club of Mattapoisett is hosting a golf tournament to benefit Nativity Preparatory School of New Bedford on Monday, October 15. High Street Equity Advisors LLC is the tournament sponsor. Other sponsors include: RBC Dain Rauscher and ITC, Inc. Charlotte Oliveira, Barbara Urquhart, both residents of Mattapoisett and John Kelleher of Dartmouth are Co-Chairs for the event. The day will include a silent and live auction and raffle prizes being coordinated by Angela Fusco of Mattapoisett and Marion resident, Bernadette Kelly. Nativity is a private independent middle school for boys who come from low-income families in Greater New Bedford. The goal of Nativity is to provide a top quality education in a safe structured environment for boys in grades 5-8. The school receivesno state or federal funding and receives support from local individuals, companies and foundations. For further information to participate in the golf tournament or on Nativity call the school at 508-994-3800.
Fruits of their Labor240 viewsMembers of the Souza family of Rochester — (l. to r.) Lori Souza, Tyler Souza, David Souza, Kerrin Souza, and Kayla Souza — all pitched in last weekend to help harvest this year’s crop of cranberries at one of the few remaining bogs in town. The family recently took over the bog in an effort to revive and continue the proud farming tradition for which the area has become known. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Tri-Town Toddlers237 viewsChildren participate in a washing machine game that involves taking a ride through the wash cycle using a parachute during the Tri-Town Early Childhood Council’s Teddy Bear Picnic held on Saturday, September 22 at the scenic Great Hill Farm in Marion. The event, designed to introduce parents to the area’s early childhood programs, was held on the lawn of a castle-like mansion overlooking Buzzards Bay. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Cultivating Young Minds235 viewsSippican School teacher Stacey Soucy has lots to show these curious youngsters about the newly-planted community garden which students and their families helped cultivate and tend over the summer. The project was part of the school’s Spring Session Garden Club and produced both vegetables and flowers well into the new school year. (Photo courtesy of Jane McCarthy).
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