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Alice at Center School342 viewsMembers of the talented New Bedford Youth Ballet troupe dropped by Center School in Mattapoisett on Tuesday morning, March 13 to perform their version of “Alice in Wonderland” for both students and members of the Mattapoisett Council on Aging (COA). The show featured all the well-loved characters from the classic story dancing up a storm including the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, and the elusive White Rabbit. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Alice at Center School287 viewsMembers of the talented New Bedford Youth Ballet troupe dropped by Center School in Mattapoisett on Tuesday morning, March 13 to perform their version of “Alice in Wonderland” for both students and members of the Mattapoisett Council on Aging (COA). The show featured all the well-loved characters from the classic story dancing up a storm including the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, and the elusive White Rabbit. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Alice at Center School300 viewsMembers of the talented New Bedford Youth Ballet troupe dropped by Center School in Mattapoisett on Tuesday morning, March 13 to perform their version of “Alice in Wonderland” for both students and members of the Mattapoisett Council on Aging (COA). The show featured all the well-loved characters from the classic story dancing up a storm including the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, and the elusive White Rabbit. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Alice at Center School283 viewsMembers of the talented New Bedford Youth Ballet troupe dropped by Center School in Mattapoisett on Tuesday morning, March 13 to perform their version of “Alice in Wonderland” for both students and members of the Mattapoisett Council on Aging (COA). The show featured all the well-loved characters from the classic story dancing up a storm including the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, and the elusive White Rabbit. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Alice at Center School271 viewsMembers of the talented New Bedford Youth Ballet troupe dropped by Center School in Mattapoisett on Tuesday morning, March 13 to perform their version of “Alice in Wonderland” for both students and members of the Mattapoisett Council on Aging (COA). The show featured all the well-loved characters from the classic story dancing up a storm including the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, and the elusive White Rabbit. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Honor Students Inducted285 viewsOld Rochester Regional High School National Honor Society recipients (l. to r.) Sarah Jennings, Tucker Johnson and Toby Maak light candles and receive their commemorative pins at the ORR Induction Ceremony held on March 1. The trio was among 45 students who were inducted into ORR NHS Chapter. (Photo courtesy of Jane McCarthy).
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Honor Students Inducted266 viewsORR High School Principal Bruce Clarke speaks to the 45 students recently inducted into the school's chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) for 2007 on March 1. (Photo courtesy of Jane McCarthy).
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Tie-Dyed at ORR347 viewsStudents in Ms. Gauvin’s eighth grade science class at Old Rochester Regional Junior High School learned about chemical reactions and colors during a tie-dye shirt-making session held this past week. UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Professor Tobey Dills (right background) and members of the UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Club were on hand to supervise the proceedings. Each student made their own cotton tie-dyed shirt which they will wear to school as part of a planned “Tie-Dyed Day.” (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Tie-Dyed at ORR332 viewsStudents in Ms. Gauvin’s eighth grade science class at Old Rochester Regional Junior High School learned about chemical reactions and colors during a tie-dye shirt-making session held this past week. UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Professor Tobey Dills (right background) and members of the UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Club were on hand to supervise the proceedings. Each student made their own cotton tie-dyed shirt which they will wear to school as part of a planned “Tie-Dyed Day.” (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Tie-Dyed at ORR284 viewsStudents in Ms. Gauvin’s eighth grade science class at Old Rochester Regional Junior High School learned about chemical reactions and colors during a tie-dye shirt-making session held this past week. UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Professor Tobey Dills (right background) and members of the UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Club were on hand to supervise the proceedings. Each student made their own cotton tie-dyed shirt which they will wear to school as part of a planned “Tie-Dyed Day.” (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Tie-Dyed at ORR279 viewsStudents in Ms. Gauvin’s eighth grade science class at Old Rochester Regional Junior High School learned about chemical reactions and colors during a tie-dye shirt-making session held this past week. UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Professor Tobey Dills (right background) and members of the UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Club were on hand to supervise the proceedings. Each student made their own cotton tie-dyed shirt which they will wear to school as part of a planned “Tie-Dyed Day.” (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Tie-Dyed at ORR247 viewsStudents in Ms. Gauvin’s eighth grade science class at Old Rochester Regional Junior High School learned about chemical reactions and colors during a tie-dye shirt-making session held this past week. UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Professor Tobey Dills (right background) and members of the UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Club were on hand to supervise the proceedings. Each student made their own cotton tie-dyed shirt which they will wear to school as part of a planned “Tie-Dyed Day.” (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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