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For the Troops63 viewsOn the far right, Mattapoisett resident Alicia Sullivan meets with volunteers in Newport, RI, last week, to send over 160 boxes of food and necessities to American troops stationed in Afghanistan. The goods were collected from municipal and business locations all over the Tri-Town. Photo courtesy of Alicia Sullivan.
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A Christmas Carol64 viewsStudents Peter Carboni of Wareham and Abigail Wheeler of Marion prepare for an upcoming production A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley. The cast features over twenty actors from area towns. The production opens on Friday, December 2 at 7:30 pm at The Alley Theatre, 133 Center Street in Middleboro and runs on Saturday, December 3 at 3:00 pm and at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $15 per person. For more information please call 508-946-1071 or visit burtwoodschool.com. Photo courtesy of Burt Wood School of Performing
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November Sunshine127 viewsThe Tri-Town got its dose of November sunshine and warmth on November 8, 2011, as mid-day temperatures reached the upper 60s. Here, four-year old Carly Mello of Mattapoisett soaks up some sun at Shipyard Park. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Prize Winners128 viewsRochester resident Mark Sollauer (left), author of "The Knights of Old Rochester", was the winner of the 2011 Wanderer Halloween story contest. Also, Marion resident Emma Wyman (right, with mom, Diane) won our Halloween cover contest. Both visited us at the Wanderer office to pick up their grand prize - an iPod Touch! Thanks to all who entered. Photos by Anne Kakley.
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53 viewsCafe Parlez will be discussing The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie on Monday, November 28, 2011 6:30 pm. This book, which was slated to be taught to Old Rochester Regional eighth graders but later pulled, elicited discussion among junior high parents, some who supported the school's decision to teach the book, some who thought it was too mature for their children.
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Wanderer Gives to the Lions117 viewsOn October 26, 2011, the Wanderer presented a check to the Mattapoisett Lions. The check, totaling $1048, represented one dollar per Facebook fan as of October 8. We allowed our readers to vote who would receive the money, and the Mattapoisett Lions received the majority of votes. Thank you to everyone who submitted a vote! Pictured here, Wanderer Publisher Paul Lopes presents Mattapoisett Lions president Joe Murray with a check at their meeting. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Halloween in the Tri-Town116 viewsWe are excited about Halloween - are you? Have you decorated your lawn or know of a really spooky set up in the Tri-Town? Let us know! Either post on our Facebook wall, or e-mail anne@wanderer.com with your scary Tri-Town spots. If we gather enough, we're going to post a Halloween map of all the Halloween spots. This scary display can be viewed on Ned's Point Road. Photo by Paul Lopes.
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PeeWee Pantry62 viewsUnder the direction of Coach Sarah Holick, the ORR Junior Pee Wee Cheerleader Squad collected dry and canned goods for Shepherd's Pantry in Acushnet at the Mini Mites football game on October 23, 2011. Photos by Robert Chiarito.
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PeeWee Pantry66 viewsUnder the direction of Coach Sarah Holick, the ORR Junior Pee Wee Cheerleader Squad collected dry and canned goods for Shepherd's Pantry in Acushnet at the Mini Mites football game on October 23, 2011. Photos by Robert Chiarito.
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Mystery Pumpkin124 viewsArg! This pirate pumpkin mysteriously appeared at The Wanderer door today. Thanks to the generous sailors!
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Collection for Our Troops131 viewsA collection of goods for troops in Afghanistan by Mattapoisett resident Alicia Sullivan wrapped up this week. The Wanderer office was just one of many Tri-Town locations accepting self-stable foods, stationery, pens, toiletries, and more. In the first couple weeks of November, an winter jacket/hats/gloves drive for veterans will be taking place at the Mattapoisett Fire Station and CapeCod4Troops will be collecting goods as well. For more info, contact the Office of Veteran Affairs: 508-758-4100, ext. 212.
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SWC Talks Cuttyhunk70 viewsSeth Mendell, local historian and president of the Mattapoisett Historical Society, gave a talk on the history of Cuttyhunk at the Sippican Woman's Club meeting on October 14, 2011. Here, he chats with WC member Debbie Bush before the meeting. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry.
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