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Habitat for Humanity Home and Garden Show51 viewsInformation on Habitat for Humanity was available to visitors to the first Home and Garden Show at Tabor Academy on March 24. 2012.
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Habitat for Humanity Home and Garden Show54 viewsSue McCarthy (center) and Donna Sherman (right), who own The Decorative Garden out of Dartmouth, speak to patrons of the Habitat For Humanity Home and Garden Show.
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Habitat for Humanity Home and Garden Show50 viewsSteve Gonsalves (left) of Eden Landscapes Florist and Garden Shop delivers a workshop on creating outdoor sustainable garden containers, window boxes, and succulents.
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Habitat for Humanity Home and Garden Show47 viewsAlong with home-improvement businesses, South Coast Energy Challenge was on hand to talk with people about ways they can save energy at home.
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Habitat for Humanity Home and Garden Show47 viewsJennie Elias (right), who with her husband John, run Elias Glass Studios out of Westport, speaks with a customer about hummingbird feeders.
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Habitat for Humanity Home and Garden Show50 viewsHydrangea on display at the Home and Garden Show at Tabor Academy.
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Habitat for Humanity Home and Garden Show48 viewsBeautiful flower arrangements served as reminders of the bursts of color and life we will soon be seeing across New England this spring.
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Habitat for Humanity Home and Garden Show49 viewsPeople from all over the South Coast came out to the Habitat For Humanity Home and Garden Show at Tabor Academy on March 24, 2012.
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Habitat for Humanity Home and Garden Show50 viewsBilly's Lillies displays some of their flower varieties at the Habitat for Humanity Home and Garden Show at Tabor Academy, March 24, 2012.
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Habitat for Humanity Home and Garden Show53 viewsPlanter boxes containing various kinds of succulents, plants with thick, fleshy leaves that require little soil and water to survive.
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RCF Fundraiser63 viewsA St. Patrick's Day themed fund raiser was held at the Redman Hall in Wareham to benefit the Rochester Country Fair. Photo by Felix Perez
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73 viewsDuring King George’s War n 1744, the people of Rochester provided some land at Attansawomuck Neck now known as Mattapoisett Neck for the Pigwacket Natives to live.
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