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Trebuchet Time79 viewsSenior Carl Dias and freshman Callum McLaughlin from Old Rochester Regional High School’s engineering class constructed this large working trebuchet with guidance from their teacher Tom Norris. The trebuchet was tested in the football fields with gallons of water, a rock and a watermelon. Delightful throwing and smashing ensued. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Trebuchet Time68 viewsSenior Carl Dias and freshman Callum McLaughlin from Old Rochester Regional High School’s engineering class constructed this large working trebuchet with guidance from their teacher Tom Norris. The trebuchet was tested in the football fields with gallons of water, a rock and a watermelon. Delightful throwing and smashing ensued. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Trebuchet Time92 viewsSenior Carl Dias and freshman Callum McLaughlin from Old Rochester Regional High School’s engineering class constructed this large working trebuchet with guidance from their teacher Tom Norris. The trebuchet was tested in the football fields with gallons of water, a rock and a watermelon. Delightful throwing and smashing ensued. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Trebuchet Time77 viewsSenior Carl Dias and freshman Callum McLaughlin from Old Rochester Regional High School’s engineering class constructed this large working trebuchet with guidance from their teacher Tom Norris. The trebuchet was tested in the football fields with gallons of water, a rock and a watermelon. Delightful throwing and smashing ensued. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Trebuchet Time87 viewsSenior Carl Dias and freshman Callum McLaughlin from Old Rochester Regional High School’s engineering class constructed this large working trebuchet with guidance from their teacher Tom Norris. The trebuchet was tested in the football fields with gallons of water, a rock and a watermelon. Delightful throwing and smashing ensued. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Class of 201174 viewsOld Rochester Regional High School’s junior class enjoyed a great night on May 15, at their semi-formal and overnight party. 180 students enjoyed dining, dancing, games and performances until the wee hours of the morning, thanks to the donations of time and resources from local businesses and volunteers. Photo by Antionette Pacheco.
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Project Linus68 viewsStudents from Old Rochester Regional and the Mattapoisett Council on Aging joined together on May 13 to donate their blankets to the Boston-area chapter of Project Linus, an organization that gives blankets to sick and emotionally-distressed children. The children made the blankets, and the volunteers from the COA hand-sewed tags onto each donation. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Project Linus73 viewsStudents from Old Rochester Regional and the Mattapoisett Council on Aging joined together on May 13 to donate their blankets to the Boston-area chapter of Project Linus, an organization that gives blankets to sick and emotionally-distressed children. The children made the blankets, and the volunteers from the COA hand-sewed tags onto each donation. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Jazz Band78 viewsORR High School Jazz Band will finish its concert season with performances in Boston on Sunday, May 16 at the Hatch Shell, and Tuesday, May 18 at the Rotch-Jones-Duff House in New Bedford. The senior members of the ORR High School Jazz Band are top row, left to right: John Lobo, Koby Williamson, J.J. Francis, Sean Packard. Front row, left to right: Dan Duggan, and Chris Beatriz. Photo courtesy of Debra Cordeiro.
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Gold Medal84 viewsThe Old Hammondtown School orchestra pulled off its fifth straight gold medal at the Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association competition. As a prize, the orchestra got to play at the Boston Symphony Hall on April 27. This was a bittersweet moment for the orchestra, as it will be the last year that they will enjoy the guidance of their music teachers, Stan Ellis and Jean West, who are both retiring this year. Photo courtesy of the family of Maxx Wolski.
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Gold Medal68 viewsThe Old Hammondtown School orchestra pulled off its fifth straight gold medal at the Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association competition. As a prize, the orchestra got to play at the Boston Symphony Hall on April 27. This was a bittersweet moment for the orchestra, as it will be the last year that they will enjoy the guidance of their music teachers, Stan Ellis and Jean West, who are both retiring this year. Photo courtesy of the family of Maxx Wolski.
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ORR Health and Wellness58 viewsThe ORR Health and Wellness Committee 2010 gathers to present a check to Bill and Caroline Gracia in honor of their late son Josh on April 15, 2010. The $300 check was the result of funds raised from a recent Health and Wellness Fair held on March 31. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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