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Memorial Day Boat Race33 viewsDan Lawrence and William D. Watling III of Rochester (above left) broke the race record, winning the men’s division with a time of 1:46:59. Amy Hartley-Matteson of Mattapoisett and Katherine Hartley of Rochester (2:11:14) won the women’s division for the third consecutive time – the second time they’ve three-peated. But the day’s biggest champion was 2-year-old Chloe Harding (above right), a cancer survivor who raced with her father, Harrison. Photos by Felix Perez and Nick Walecka.
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Memorial Day Boat Race32 viewsDan Lawrence and William D. Watling III of Rochester (above left) broke the race record, winning the men’s division with a time of 1:46:59. Amy Hartley-Matteson of Mattapoisett and Katherine Hartley of Rochester (2:11:14) won the women’s division for the third consecutive time – the second time they’ve three-peated. But the day’s biggest champion was 2-year-old Chloe Harding (above right), a cancer survivor who raced with her father, Harrison. Photos by Felix Perez and Nick Walecka.
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Memorial Day Boat Race32 viewsDan Lawrence and William D. Watling III of Rochester (above left) broke the race record, winning the men’s division with a time of 1:46:59. Amy Hartley-Matteson of Mattapoisett and Katherine Hartley of Rochester (2:11:14) won the women’s division for the third consecutive time – the second time they’ve three-peated. But the day’s biggest champion was 2-year-old Chloe Harding (above right), a cancer survivor who raced with her father, Harrison. Photos by Felix Perez and Nick Walecka.
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Memorial Day Boat Race33 viewsDan Lawrence and William D. Watling III of Rochester (above left) broke the race record, winning the men’s division with a time of 1:46:59. Amy Hartley-Matteson of Mattapoisett and Katherine Hartley of Rochester (2:11:14) won the women’s division for the third consecutive time – the second time they’ve three-peated. But the day’s biggest champion was 2-year-old Chloe Harding (above right), a cancer survivor who raced with her father, Harrison. Photos by Felix Perez and Nick Walecka.
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Memorial Day Boat Race33 viewsDan Lawrence and William D. Watling III of Rochester (above left) broke the race record, winning the men’s division with a time of 1:46:59. Amy Hartley-Matteson of Mattapoisett and Katherine Hartley of Rochester (2:11:14) won the women’s division for the third consecutive time – the second time they’ve three-peated. But the day’s biggest champion was 2-year-old Chloe Harding (above right), a cancer survivor who raced with her father, Harrison. Photos by Felix Perez and Nick Walecka.
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Mattapoisett/Rochester Memrial Day Parade42 viewsMattapoisett/Rochester Memrial Day Parade. Photo by Maribeth Moore
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Mattapoisett/Rochester Memrial Day Parade35 viewsMattapoisett/Rochester Memrial Day Parade. Photo by Maribeth Moore
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Mattapoisett/Rochester Memrial Day Parade32 viewsMattapoisett/Rochester Memrial Day Parade. Photo by Maribeth Moore
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Trinidad Orphanage Mission54 viewsEighteen ORR students and one Tabor student, along with their fathers, spent their April vacation working at an orphanage on the island of Trinidad. The group provided labor, materials, and good spirits to help paint the sleeping areas for the 35 children who live at the Christ Child Convalescence Home. “It was a very eye-opening experience,” said Ben Mattson, who went with his father, Wayne. “The kids were very excited to have us visit.
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Trinidad Orphanage Mission40 viewsEighteen ORR students and one Tabor student, along with their fathers, spent their April vacation working at an orphanage on the island of Trinidad. The group provided labor, materials, and good spirits to help paint the sleeping areas for the 35 children who live at the Christ Child Convalescence Home. “It was a very eye-opening experience,” said Ben Mattson, who went with his father, Wayne. “The kids were very excited to have us visit.
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Trinidad Orphanage Mission43 viewsEighteen ORR students and one Tabor student, along with their fathers, spent their April vacation working at an orphanage on the island of Trinidad. The group provided labor, materials, and good spirits to help paint the sleeping areas for the 35 children who live at the Christ Child Convalescence Home. “It was a very eye-opening experience,” said Ben Mattson, who went with his father, Wayne. “The kids were very excited to have us visit.
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Trinidad Orphanage Mission47 viewsEighteen ORR students and one Tabor student, along with their fathers, spent their April vacation working at an orphanage on the island of Trinidad. The group provided labor, materials, and good spirits to help paint the sleeping areas for the 35 children who live at the Christ Child Convalescence Home. “It was a very eye-opening experience,” said Ben Mattson, who went with his father, Wayne. “The kids were very excited to have us visit.
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