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Relay for Life66 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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Relay for Life51 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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Relay for Life51 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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Relay for Life54 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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Relay for Life55 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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A Christmas Carol69 viewsNearly 30 children from all over Southeastern, Massachusetts will perform in the 2009 Burt Wood School of Performing Arts production of A Christmas Carol. Performers include Skyler Callahan of Rochester and Abigail Wheeler of Marion. The shows are on Sunday, December 13, at 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm in the grand ballroom of the Middleboro Town Hall, located on 10 Nickerson Avenue, in Middleboro. Tickets are $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for children under the age of sixteen. Photo courtesy of Lorna Brunelle.
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Food Drive48 viewsLocal food drives are in full swing for the holidays. Please take a few minutes to help out during this giving season
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Food Drive61 viewsLocal food drives are in full swing for the holidays. Please take a few minutes to help out during this giving season
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Food Drive62 viewsLocal food drives are in full swing for the holidays. Please take a few minutes to help out during this giving season.
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Electronics Recycling65 viewsDespite the rain, Boy Scout Troop #31 in Rochester held an Electronics Recycling Day at Plumb Corner on October 24. They loaded up a truck with old monitors, televisions, microwaves and assorted appliances for recycling. The troop also collected cell phones, bottles and cans. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Electronics Recycling57 viewsDespite the rain, Boy Scout Troop #31 in Rochester held an Electronics Recycling Day at Plumb Corner on October 24. They loaded up a truck with old monitors, televisions, microwaves and assorted appliances for recycling. The troop also collected cell phones, bottles and cans. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Electronics Recycling49 viewsDespite the rain, Boy Scout Troop #31 in Rochester held an Electronics Recycling Day at Plumb Corner on October 24. They loaded up a truck with old monitors, televisions, microwaves and assorted appliances for recycling. The troop also collected cell phones, bottles and cans. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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