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Halloween Parade Pumpkins110 viewsThe pumpkins are starting to appear around town! Officer Brett Osetkowski dropped off this pumpkin to Seahorse Liquors yesterday. The money collected from the pumpkins goes to support the annual Halloween parade. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Ollie Around Town110 viewsWith the help of Children's Librarian Liz Sherry, Mattapoisett children spent the summer constructing Ollie the Octopus out of recycled and repurposed materials. Lately Ollie has been seen enjoying the beautiful autumn wether on the front lawn of the library. Photo by Paul Lopes.
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Turkey Time73 viewsLisa Dunn of Angelica Ave. in Mattapoisett was doing some house work when she looked out her window to see a fl ock of turkeys in the yard. There were 15 chicks (not so little) the mom and dad. Photo by Lisa Dunn.
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Historic Engine70 viewsThe Dunn family of Mattapoisett is donating their iconic Maxim Motors Company 1949 fire engine to the Mattapoisett Rescue Association as of October 2011. From left to right: Mattapoisett Fire Chief Andrew Murray, Gail Dunn and David Dunn. The engine will remain at its current location at 55 County Road, Mattapoisett. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Historic Engine65 viewsThe Dunn family of Mattapoisett is donating their iconic Maxim Motors Company 1949 fire engine to the Mattapoisett Rescue Association as of October 2011. From left to right: Mattapoisett Fire Chief Andrew Murray, Gail Dunn and David Dunn. The engine will remain at its current location at 55 County Road, Mattapoisett. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Historic Engine66 viewsThe Dunn family of Mattapoisett is donating their iconic Maxim Motors Company 1949 fire engine to the Mattapoisett Rescue Association as of October 2011. From left to right: Mattapoisett Fire Chief Andrew Murray, Gail Dunn and David Dunn. The engine will remain at its current location at 55 County Road, Mattapoisett. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Historic Engine60 viewsThe Dunn family of Mattapoisett is donating their iconic Maxim Motors Company 1949 fire engine to the Mattapoisett Rescue Association as of October 2011. From left to right: Mattapoisett Fire Chief Andrew Murray, Gail Dunn and David Dunn. The engine will remain at its current location at 55 County Road, Mattapoisett. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Bi Todd Ramp Sign Renewed131 viewsAfter David "Bi" Todd passed away in 2009, Mattapoisett resident Matthew Arguin, along with a friend, came up with a plan to have the state boat ramp dedicated to him after all his years of hauling boats on it. During Irene, the sign was blown down, but someone found it and returned it to the Harbormaster. With the help of local Ed Scholter and Horace Field, the sign was replaced and is better than ever. Photo by Matthew Arguin.
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Maxim Fire Truck Donation136 viewsThe Dunn family of Mattapoisett is donating their iconic Maxim Motors Company 1949 fire engine to the Mattapoisett Rescue Association in October 2011. From left to right: Mattapoisett Fire Chief Andrew Murray, Gail Dunn and David Dunn. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Mattapoisett History78 viewsOne of the new artifacts accepted by the Mattapoisett Historical Society at their September 17, 2011 annual meeting was a barbershop poll from Richard Morgado. His father, Al Morgado, ran a barbershop on Church Street for about 30 years. Photo by Kyle DeCicco-Carey.
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Bette Roberts 62 viewsCurator Bette Roberts was celebrated at the September 17, 2011 annual meeting of the Mattapoisett Historical Society. Ms. Roberts, who has been curator of the Mattapoisett Museum and Carriage House for 25 years, has announced that she will be retiring from her post as soon as the Museum can find a replacement. Photo by Kyle DeCicco-Carey.
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Bike Run 65 viewsThe weather was perfect for a motorcycle ride at the second annual Brad Barrows Memorial Athletic Scholarship Motorcycle Run on September 17, 2011. Motorcyclists paid $20 per bike to participate in the run from Mattapoisett to Wareham and back, with the proceeds benefitting youth sports in Mattapoisett, Marion, Rochester and Fairhaven. Photo by Felix Perez.
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