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Every 15 Minutes14 viewsSeniors at ORR looked death in the face during an emotional April 10 presentation on drunk driving. A guest speaker shared her horrific experience of losing a child to drunk driving, and students created a dramatic film that really drove home the message that drinking and driving can have lifelong consequences. By Jean Perry
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Every 15 Minutes13 viewsSeniors at ORR looked death in the face during an emotional April 10 presentation on drunk driving. A guest speaker shared her horrific experience of losing a child to drunk driving, and students created a dramatic film that really drove home the message that drinking and driving can have lifelong consequences. By Jean Perry
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National Honor Society’s Honor Bowl12 viewsORR’s team won at last week’s National Honor Society’s Honor Bowl. Pictured here are members of the winning team. Top row left to right: John Hewitt, Justin Smilan. Bottom row left to right: Morgan Collings, Leah Thomas, Nick Iacovelli. Not pictured: Emily Audet, Kati Sethares, Brianna Perry, Michael Wyman. Photo by Renae Reints.
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Harlem Ambassadors16 viewsThe Mattapoisett & Rochester Lions Clubs brought the Harlem Ambassadors to town on Friday and the shot it out with the Tri-Town Trotters, a team of local challengers, in a comedy basketball game. Photos courtesy Rebecca McCullough
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Harlem Ambassadors12 viewsThe Mattapoisett & Rochester Lions Clubs brought the Harlem Ambassadors to town on Friday and the shot it out with the Tri-Town Trotters, a team of local challengers, in a comedy basketball game. Photos courtesy Rebecca McCullough
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Harlem Ambassadors10 viewsThe Mattapoisett & Rochester Lions Clubs brought the Harlem Ambassadors to town on Friday and the shot it out with the Tri-Town Trotters, a team of local challengers, in a comedy basketball game. Photos courtesy Rebecca McCullough
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Harlem Ambassadors9 viewsThe Mattapoisett & Rochester Lions Clubs brought the Harlem Ambassadors to town on Friday and the shot it out with the Tri-Town Trotters, a team of local challengers, in a comedy basketball game. Photos courtesy Rebecca McCullough
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Destination Imagination8 viewsTwo groups of students who participated in the Destination Imagination competition presented their award-winning performances in front of the school (top, right). The fifth grade team members – Griffin, Anthony, Caroline, Paige, and Julia – acted out their scientific challenge on extreme environments called “Popturians.”
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Destination Imagination4 viewsTwo groups of students who participated in the Destination Imagination competition presented their award-winning performances in front of the school (top, right). The fifth grade team members – Griffin, Anthony, Caroline, Paige, and Julia – acted out their scientific challenge on extreme environments called “Popturians.”
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Rochester Lions Club7 viewsThe school gave a “giant thank you” to the Rochester Lions Club for the donation of a brand new vision screener to replace the one the Lions Club donated to the school 44 years ago (below, right). School Nurse Michelle Humphrey showed her gratitude by asking students at Old Colony to create a small plaque thanking the Lions Club to be affixed to the side of the vision screener. The vision screener cost just under $2,000, and Rochester Lions Club Members John Cobb and Deb Marten attended
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Destination Imagination5 viewsTwo groups of students who participated in the Destination Imagination competition presented their award-winning performances in front of the school (top, right). The fifth grade team members – Griffin, Anthony, Caroline, Paige, and Julia – acted out their scientific challenge on extreme environments called “Popturians.”
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Rochester Lions Club5 viewsThe school gave a “giant thank you” to the Rochester Lions Club for the donation of a brand new vision screener to replace the one the Lions Club donated to the school 44 years ago (below, right). School Nurse Michelle Humphrey showed her gratitude by asking students at Old Colony to create a small plaque thanking the Lions Club to be affixed to the side of the vision screener. The vision screener cost just under $2,000, and Rochester Lions Club Members John Cobb and Deb Marten attended
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