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We've Got Talent65 viewsSamuel Nye and Jared DeCosta entertain the crowd at the January 14, 2010 ORR Talent Show with a rendition of “Hallelujah” by Jeff Buckley. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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We've Got Talent66 viewsORR Drama Club Director emcees at the first annual high school Talent Show on January 14. Mr. Sardinha donned a tiara because - why not? Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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We've Got Talent65 viewsRosemary Ramos croons “Don’t Know Why I Didn’t Call” while Juniors Ian Jones and Ben Burns provide accompaniment at the January 14, 2010 ORR Talent Show. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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We've Got Talent62 viewsRosemary Ramos croons “Don’t Know Why I Didn’t Call” while Juniors Ian Jones and Ben Burns provide accompaniment at the January 14, 2010 ORR Talent Show. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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We've Got Talent96 viewsSenior Natasha Meere rocks out to Green Day and AFI at the January 14, 2010 Talent Show at Old Rochester Regional High School. Admission fees for this concert went to the Old Rochester Professional Educators Association Scholarship. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Project Grow115 viewsMembers from Old Rochester’s Project GROW present Matt Renaud, Vinny Williams and Shauna Panzi with a certificate of appreciation for their involvement in the Dine-Out event that raised $1,100 for Tri-Town preschoolers. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Project Grow182 viewsMatt Gurney, center, receives a certificate of appreciation for participating in the Dine-Out event that raised $1,100 for Tri-Town preschoolers. Jennifer Dumas, Lisa MacKenzie, Kathy Bliss, and Heidi Dubreuil from Project GROW thanked Mr. Gurney for his generosity. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Gifts to Give91 viewsOn January 16, local high school students collected donations for Gifts to Give, a student-powered community organization that services families in need. Gifts To Give encourages Southcoast students to volunteer for their community. Students help organize collection drives or can work a "shift" at the New Bedford processing warehouse. For more information visit GiftstoGive.org. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Gifts to Give70 viewsOn January 16, local high school students collected donations for Gifts to Give, a student-powered community organization that services families in need. Gifts To Give encourages Southcoast students to volunteer for their community. Students help organize collection drives or can work a "shift" at the New Bedford processing warehouse. For more information visit GiftstoGive.org. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Gifts to Give73 viewsOn January 16, local high school students collected donations for Gifts to Give, a student-powered community organization that services families in need. Gifts To Give encourages Southcoast students to volunteer for their community. Students help organize collection drives or can work a "shift" at the New Bedford processing warehouse. For more information visit GiftstoGive.org. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Gifts to Give80 viewsOn January 16, local high school students collected donations for Gifts to Give, a student-powered community organization that services families in need. Gifts To Give encourages Southcoast students to volunteer for their community. Students help organize collection drives or can work a "shift" at the New Bedford processing warehouse. For more information visit GiftstoGive.org. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Gifts to Give73 viewsOn January 16, local high school students collected donations for Gifts to Give, a student-powered community organization that services families in need. Gifts To Give encourages Southcoast students to volunteer for their community. Students help organize collection drives or can work a "shift" at the New Bedford processing warehouse. For more information visit GiftstoGive.org. Photos by Felix Perez.
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