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Sippican School Garden Club19 viewsThe Sippican School Garden Club has been awarded a $2,000 grant from the Whole Kids Foundation to fund installation of a greenhouse on the school campus. This grant was supplemented by a $2,000 matching contribution from the Marion Garden Group, $1,000 from a donated discretionary fund, and $500 from another anonymous donor to fully fund the project.
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Showstoppers20 views31 local youth delivered show-stopping performances at the Showstoppers' 12th Annual Performing Arts Camp on Friday April 22 at the Mattapoisett Congregational Church Hall. Photos courtesy of Kelly Zucco
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Showstoppers20 views31 local youth delivered show-stopping performances at the Showstoppers' 12th Annual Performing Arts Camp on Friday April 22 at the Mattapoisett Congregational Church Hall. Photos courtesy of Kelly Zucco
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Showstoppers19 views31 local youth delivered show-stopping performances at the Showstoppers' 12th Annual Performing Arts Camp on Friday April 22 at the Mattapoisett Congregational Church Hall. Photos courtesy of Kelly Zucco
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Harbor Seals 46 viewsFrom the shore at Brainard Marsh, we spotted these two harbor seals lounging on the rocks in the middle of the Weweantic River estuary. Photo by Jean Perry
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Rabies Check46 viewsDavid Smith of the Rochester Land Trust recently accompanied Randy Mickley, a USDA Wildlife disease biologist, as he checked live mammal traps set in Marion and Rochester as part of the Cape Cod Oral Rabies Program. The goal is to establish a vaccine barrier in Plymouth County to prevent reintroduction of rabies to Cape Cod. Two raccoons were caught in Rochester and three in Marion.
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Rabies Check46 viewsDavid Smith of the Rochester Land Trust recently accompanied Randy Mickley, a USDA Wildlife disease biologist, as he checked live mammal traps set in Marion and Rochester as part of the Cape Cod Oral Rabies Program. The goal is to establish a vaccine barrier in Plymouth County to prevent reintroduction of rabies to Cape Cod. Two raccoons were caught in Rochester and three in Marion.
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Rabies Check48 viewsDavid Smith of the Rochester Land Trust recently accompanied Randy Mickley, a USDA Wildlife disease biologist, as he checked live mammal traps set in Marion and Rochester as part of the Cape Cod Oral Rabies Program. The goal is to establish a vaccine barrier in Plymouth County to prevent reintroduction of rabies to Cape Cod. Two raccoons were caught in Rochester and three in Marion.
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Habitat for Humanity Home32 viewsChristine and Josh Liggerio stand with their daughter Hailey, 9, and son Keagan, 6, on the porch of their new Habitat for Humanity home in Marion on March 19. The Liggerios celebrated the completion of their new Wareham Road home with Habitat for Humanity of Buzzard’s Bay executives, Representative Bill Straus, and a crowd of well-wishers during a dedication ceremony on Saturday. Photo by Felix Perez
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Habitat for Humanity Home32 viewsChristine and Josh Liggerio stand with their daughter Hailey, 9, and son Keagan, 6, on the porch of their new Habitat for Humanity home in Marion on March 19. The Liggerios celebrated the completion of their new Wareham Road home with Habitat for Humanity of Buzzard’s Bay executives, Representative Bill Straus, and a crowd of well-wishers during a dedication ceremony on Saturday. Photo by Felix Perez
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Habitat for Humanity Home33 viewsChristine and Josh Liggerio stand with their daughter Hailey, 9, and son Keagan, 6, on the porch of their new Habitat for Humanity home in Marion on March 19. The Liggerios celebrated the completion of their new Wareham Road home with Habitat for Humanity of Buzzard’s Bay executives, Representative Bill Straus, and a crowd of well-wishers during a dedication ceremony on Saturday. Photo by Felix Perez
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Habitat for Humanity Home33 viewsChristine and Josh Liggerio stand with their daughter Hailey, 9, and son Keagan, 6, on the porch of their new Habitat for Humanity home in Marion on March 19. The Liggerios celebrated the completion of their new Wareham Road home with Habitat for Humanity of Buzzard’s Bay executives, Representative Bill Straus, and a crowd of well-wishers during a dedication ceremony on Saturday. Photo by Felix Perez
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