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Homes for Cats121 viewsHabitat for Cats held an adoption day on Sunday January 12th. Cats and kittens from New Bedford, Fairhaven, Mattapoisett, Rochester, Marion and other local towns were available for adoption. For more information visit habitatforcats.org. Photo by Felix Perez
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Homes for Cats95 viewsHabitat for Cats held an adoption day on Sunday January 12th. Cats and kittens from New Bedford, Fairhaven, Mattapoisett, Rochester, Marion and other local towns were available for adoption. For more information visit habitatforcats.org. Photo by Felix Perez
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Homes for Cats89 viewsHabitat for Cats held an adoption day on Sunday January 12th. Cats and kittens from New Bedford, Fairhaven, Mattapoisett, Rochester, Marion and other local towns were available for adoption. For more information visit habitatforcats.org. Photo by Felix Perez
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Homes for Cats77 viewsHabitat for Cats held an adoption day on Sunday January 12th. Cats and kittens from New Bedford, Fairhaven, Mattapoisett, Rochester, Marion and other local towns were available for adoption. For more information visit habitatforcats.org. Photo by Felix Perez
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Voices in Time85 viewsVoices in Time, a choir of children led by Sharon Jensen, held a concert at the Knights of Columbus hall in Mattapoisett on December 27. Members performed jazz and swing standards in front of a packed house with special guest Mark Mahar, who is the founder and bandleader for Boston Swing. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Voices in Time92 viewsVoices in Time, a choir of children led by Sharon Jensen, held a concert at the Knights of Columbus hall in Mattapoisett on December 27. Members performed jazz and swing standards in front of a packed house with special guest Mark Mahar, who is the founder and bandleader for Boston Swing. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Voices in Time87 viewsVoices in Time, a choir of children led by Sharon Jensen, held a concert at the Knights of Columbus hall in Mattapoisett on December 27. Members performed jazz and swing standards in front of a packed house with special guest Mark Mahar, who is the founder and bandleader for Boston Swing. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Voices in Time82 viewsVoices in Time, a choir of children led by Sharon Jensen, held a concert at the Knights of Columbus hall in Mattapoisett on December 27. Members performed jazz and swing standards in front of a packed house with special guest Mark Mahar, who is the founder and bandleader for Boston Swing. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Voices in Time94 viewsVoices in Time, a choir of children led by Sharon Jensen, held a concert at the Knights of Columbus hall in Mattapoisett on December 27. Members performed jazz and swing standards in front of a packed house with special guest Mark Mahar, who is the founder and bandleader for Boston Swing. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Voices in Time103 viewsVoices in Time, a choir of children led by Sharon Jensen, held a concert at the Knights of Columbus hall in Mattapoisett on December 27. Members performed jazz and swing standards in front of a packed house with special guest Mark Mahar, who is the founder and bandleader for Boston Swing. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Voices in Time91 viewsAccomplished musician Mark Mahar will join Voices in Time for a Big Band Caberet on December 27. With songs like "A-Train", "Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy" and "Cry Me a River", the Caberet is sure to be a hit. The Big Band Caberet will be held at the Mattapoisett Knights of Columbus hall on December 27 at 5:30 pm. Pictured here from left to right: Mark Mahar, and Voices in Time performers Jillian Jensen, Jessica Walther, Sharon Jensen and Sara Achorn.
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Relay for Life111 viewsChildren went to the Center School in Mattapoisett to make their own ornaments and gifts at the Relay for Life workshop on December 6, 2009. For a $6 donation, children could pick from crafts like pine cone Christmas trees, clothes-pin reindeer, and foam ornaments – paint, glitter and glue were in abundant supply. Money raised went to benefit the American Cancer Society. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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