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Fox at the Nest127 viewsDoug "VB" Goudie of Fox 25 Morning News, waitress Melissa Garcia, Fox 25 producer Carol Lanigan LaMarr, and Nest Diner owner Barbara St. John pose during the recent segment of "Diner Wednesday" broadcast from the Mattapoisett establishment on December 3, 2008. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Fox at the Nest100 viewsThe Nest Diner owner Randy St. John chats with Doug "VB" Goudie of Fox 25 Morning News during the recent segment of "Diner Wednesday" broadcast from the Mattapoisett establishment on December 3, 2008. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Sippican Signing144 viewsAuthor and Sippican Lands Trust (SLT) member Peter C. Stone recently signed copies of his book, The Untouchable Tree, as a benefit for the SLT at their offices in the Pilgrim Bank Plaza at 354 Front Street in Marion. The book, which is about our connection to the magnificence and essential nature of trees, is 192 pages and is illustrated with 30 color paintings. Here Mr. Stone is seen signing a book for customer Brent Burrell (right) while SLT member Allan Ditchfield looks on. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mini Nutcracker134 viewsMattapoisett dancers Corvina Silva (kneeling) as Chinese Tea; Kathryn Stellato (standing) as a flower; Kathryn Sebastiao, as a flute; Emily Bungert, as Spanish Chocolate; and Sofia Gabriel, as Russian Trepak, will all be featured in the New Bedford Youth Ballet’s production of The Mini-Nutcracker, to be staged in the Alves Theater of the New Bedford Ballet. The production will be performed on Saturday, December 6; Sunday, December 7; Friday, December 12; Saturday, December 13; and Sunday, December 14.
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Santa's Helper135 viewsJoanne Riley is ready for Christmas in her Mrs. Claus outfit as she assists early shoppers like Jackie Goddeniff, left, during the Mattapoisett Congregational Church’s recent Christmas Fair held on Saturday, November 15 in the church’s Reynard Hall. The event brought out more than the usual number of people, all looking for good deals and great early bargains during this financially-tight holiday season. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Christmas Fair114 viewsMany early-bird shoppers and holiday bargain-hunters showed up for the Mattapoisett Congregational Church's Annual Holiday Fair held on Saturday, November 15 inside the church's Reynard Hall. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Christmas Fair112 viewsAlice Mendell tempts shoppers with a variety of baked goods during the Mattapoisett Congregational Church's Annual Holiday Fair held on Saturday, November 15 inside the church's Reynard Hall. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Christmas Fair113 viewsA shopper looks over some of the handmade items during the Mattapoisett Congregational Church's Annual Holiday Fair held on Saturday, November 15 inside the church's Reynard Hall. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Christmas Fair124 viewsCindy Johnson of Mattapoisett shows off some unique craft items during the Mattapoisett Congregational Church's Annual Holiday Fair held on Saturday, November 15 inside the church's Reynard Hall. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Salute to Scouts146 viewsMembers of Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53 were recently commended by the Mattapoisett Board of Selectmen for their ongoing collection efforts in support of Cape Cod Cares for the Troops. The troop was given a citation from the U.S. Air Force along with an American flag that was flown over Kuwait. Pictured here during the Selectmen’s meeting are (from left) Scoutmaster Ron Ellis, Bryan Buckley, Alex Buckley, Kyle Boyle, Haakon Perkins, and Assistant Scoutmaster Matt Buckley. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Copter Creator127 viewsDr. David Jenney, a retired mechanical engineer for the Sikorsky Company, recounted his forty years with the company, which included his role as a key member of the team that helped to develop the Black Hawk helicopter, during a recent monthly meeting of the Maconchu Club of Mattapoisett on November 8. A member of the club, Dr. Jenney came to Sikorsky in the early ‘50s, fresh out of college, looking for a career that would challenge him to use his engineering skills. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Copter Creator122 viewsDr. David Jenney, a retired mechanical engineer for the Sikorsky Company, recounted his forty years with the company, which included his role as a key member of the team that helped to develop the Black Hawk helicopter, during a recent monthly meeting of the Maconchu Club of Mattapoisett on November 8. A member of the club, Dr. Jenney came to Sikorsky in the early ‘50s, fresh out of college, looking for a career that would challenge him to use his engineering skills. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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