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Olde Field Farm6 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Rochester Land hosted a joint walk at the Olde Field Farm property on the afternoon of Sunday, February 23. Hikers walked through the pinewood trails and through the frozen wetlands surrounding the Mattapoisett River, looking for animal tracks in the snow and admiring the natural beauty Rochester has to offer. The RLT will be hosting other walks in the future to showcase properties featured in their new booklet titled, “Explore Rochester.” Photo by Felix Perez
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Olde Field Farm6 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Rochester Land hosted a joint walk at the Olde Field Farm property on the afternoon of Sunday, February 23. Hikers walked through the pinewood trails and through the frozen wetlands surrounding the Mattapoisett River, looking for animal tracks in the snow and admiring the natural beauty Rochester has to offer. The RLT will be hosting other walks in the future to showcase properties featured in their new booklet titled, “Explore Rochester.” Photo by Felix Perez
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Olde Field Farm6 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Rochester Land hosted a joint walk at the Olde Field Farm property on the afternoon of Sunday, February 23. Hikers walked through the pinewood trails and through the frozen wetlands surrounding the Mattapoisett River, looking for animal tracks in the snow and admiring the natural beauty Rochester has to offer. The RLT will be hosting other walks in the future to showcase properties featured in their new booklet titled, “Explore Rochester.” Photo by Felix Perez
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Olde Field Farm6 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Rochester Land hosted a joint walk at the Olde Field Farm property on the afternoon of Sunday, February 23. Hikers walked through the pinewood trails and through the frozen wetlands surrounding the Mattapoisett River, looking for animal tracks in the snow and admiring the natural beauty Rochester has to offer. The RLT will be hosting other walks in the future to showcase properties featured in their new booklet titled, “Explore Rochester.” Photo by Felix Perez
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Olde Field Farm6 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Rochester Land hosted a joint walk at the Olde Field Farm property on the afternoon of Sunday, February 23. Hikers walked through the pinewood trails and through the frozen wetlands surrounding the Mattapoisett River, looking for animal tracks in the snow and admiring the natural beauty Rochester has to offer. The RLT will be hosting other walks in the future to showcase properties featured in their new booklet titled, “Explore Rochester.” Photo by Felix Perez
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Olde Field Farm6 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Rochester Land hosted a joint walk at the Olde Field Farm property on the afternoon of Sunday, February 23. Hikers walked through the pinewood trails and through the frozen wetlands surrounding the Mattapoisett River, looking for animal tracks in the snow and admiring the natural beauty Rochester has to offer. The RLT will be hosting other walks in the future to showcase properties featured in their new booklet titled, “Explore Rochester.” Photo by Felix Perez
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The Marble Collection7 views“Spotlight”, photography by Renae Reints, Grade 12, Old Rochester Regional High School in included in the Winter 2014 edition of The Marble Collection, a teen magazine for the arts.
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The Marble Collection6 views“Strength One”, painting by Isabel Tze Chen Chun, Grade 12, Milton Academy
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The Marble Collection7 views“Lonely”, photography by Serina Khalifa, Grade 8, Marshall Simonds Middle School
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The Marble Collection7 views“The City by the Bay”, drawing by Derek Xiao, Grade 12, Groton School
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The Marble Collection7 viewsDeanna Elliot is the founder and executive director of The Marble Collection, a teen magazine for the arts. Here she is holding the winter 2014 edition, TMC’s tenth publication. Photo by Renae Reints. The works on this page appear in the current edition.
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Men’s College Squash Nationals7 viewsMarion resident TJ Dyer is carried off the squash court at Harvard University after winning the deciding match in #1 position as Northeastern defeats Boston College 5-4 in tense finals of Men’s College Squash Nationals - Division E.
The Chaffee Cup (Div.E) involved the last division final scheduled for the tournament.
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