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Memorial Day in Mattapoisett0 viewsMemorial Day in Mattapoisett was observed as it traditionally is, with ceremonies in front of the Mattapoisett Library followed by the parade march to Cushing Cemetery. This year’s guest speaker, Mattapoisett resident U.S. Army Sergeant Edward Sweeney, Jr. stirred the emotions of those in attendance with his speech about sacrifice and the American way of life. The Old Hammondtown School Band was impressive with its performance of several patriotic songs, and Representative William Straus, the selectmen, and
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Memorial Day in Mattapoisett0 viewsMemorial Day in Mattapoisett was observed as it traditionally is, with ceremonies in front of the Mattapoisett Library followed by the parade march to Cushing Cemetery. This year’s guest speaker, Mattapoisett resident U.S. Army Sergeant Edward Sweeney, Jr. stirred the emotions of those in attendance with his speech about sacrifice and the American way of life. The Old Hammondtown School Band was impressive with its performance of several patriotic songs, and Representative William Straus, the selectmen, and
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Memorial Day in Mattapoisett0 viewsMemorial Day in Mattapoisett was observed as it traditionally is, with ceremonies in front of the Mattapoisett Library followed by the parade march to Cushing Cemetery. This year’s guest speaker, Mattapoisett resident U.S. Army Sergeant Edward Sweeney, Jr. stirred the emotions of those in attendance with his speech about sacrifice and the American way of life. The Old Hammondtown School Band was impressive with its performance of several patriotic songs, and Representative William Straus, the selectmen, and
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Memorial Day in Mattapoisett0 viewsMemorial Day in Mattapoisett was observed as it traditionally is, with ceremonies in front of the Mattapoisett Library followed by the parade march to Cushing Cemetery. This year’s guest speaker, Mattapoisett resident U.S. Army Sergeant Edward Sweeney, Jr. stirred the emotions of those in attendance with his speech about sacrifice and the American way of life. The Old Hammondtown School Band was impressive with its performance of several patriotic songs, and Representative William Straus, the selectmen, and
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Memorial Day in Mattapoisett0 viewsMemorial Day in Mattapoisett was observed as it traditionally is, with ceremonies in front of the Mattapoisett Library followed by the parade march to Cushing Cemetery. This year’s guest speaker, Mattapoisett resident U.S. Army Sergeant Edward Sweeney, Jr. stirred the emotions of those in attendance with his speech about sacrifice and the American way of life. The Old Hammondtown School Band was impressive with its performance of several patriotic songs, and Representative William Straus, the selectmen, and
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Memorial Day in Mattapoisett0 viewsMemorial Day in Mattapoisett was observed as it traditionally is, with ceremonies in front of the Mattapoisett Library followed by the parade march to Cushing Cemetery. This year’s guest speaker, Mattapoisett resident U.S. Army Sergeant Edward Sweeney, Jr. stirred the emotions of those in attendance with his speech about sacrifice and the American way of life. The Old Hammondtown School Band was impressive with its performance of several patriotic songs, and Representative William Straus, the selectmen, and
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Memorial Day in Mattapoisett0 viewsMemorial Day in Mattapoisett was observed as it traditionally is, with ceremonies in front of the Mattapoisett Library followed by the parade march to Cushing Cemetery. This year’s guest speaker, Mattapoisett resident U.S. Army Sergeant Edward Sweeney, Jr. stirred the emotions of those in attendance with his speech about sacrifice and the American way of life. The Old Hammondtown School Band was impressive with its performance of several patriotic songs, and Representative William Straus, the selectmen, and
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Memorial Day in Mattapoisett0 viewsMemorial Day in Mattapoisett was observed as it traditionally is, with ceremonies in front of the Mattapoisett Library followed by the parade march to Cushing Cemetery. This year’s guest speaker, Mattapoisett resident U.S. Army Sergeant Edward Sweeney, Jr. stirred the emotions of those in attendance with his speech about sacrifice and the American way of life. The Old Hammondtown School Band was impressive with its performance of several patriotic songs, and Representative William Straus, the selectmen, and
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Memorial Day in Mattapoisett0 viewsMemorial Day in Mattapoisett was observed as it traditionally is, with ceremonies in front of the Mattapoisett Library followed by the parade march to Cushing Cemetery. This year’s guest speaker, Mattapoisett resident U.S. Army Sergeant Edward Sweeney, Jr. stirred the emotions of those in attendance with his speech about sacrifice and the American way of life. The Old Hammondtown School Band was impressive with its performance of several patriotic songs, and Representative William Straus, the selectmen, and
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Memorial Day in Mattapoisett0 viewsMemorial Day in Mattapoisett was observed as it traditionally is, with ceremonies in front of the Mattapoisett Library followed by the parade march to Cushing Cemetery. This year’s guest speaker, Mattapoisett resident U.S. Army Sergeant Edward Sweeney, Jr. stirred the emotions of those in attendance with his speech about sacrifice and the American way of life. The Old Hammondtown School Band was impressive with its performance of several patriotic songs, and Representative William Straus, the selectmen, and
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Women’s Fund Tiara 5K 26 viewsParticipants in the Women’s Fund Tiara 5K Mother’s Day race enjoyed fine weather and fun, breaking the record of registered runners with 1,000 who took part. Some donned their tiaras and tutus, and there was even a super hero or two spotted in the Kids’ Fun Run. Photos by Felix Perez
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Women’s Fund Tiara 5K 22 viewsParticipants in the Women’s Fund Tiara 5K Mother’s Day race enjoyed fine weather and fun, breaking the record of registered runners with 1,000 who took part. Some donned their tiaras and tutus, and there was even a super hero or two spotted in the Kids’ Fun Run. Photos by Felix Perez
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