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Taste of the Tri-Town81 viewsYoga in the Classroom is a Center School project, made possible by a grant from the Lighthouse Fund. The program offers low-impact yoga posing and deep-breathing exercises for students to practice during movement breaks. Yoga helps energize their brains, lower stress, and helps them maintain attention during class. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Taste of the Tri-Town71 viewsThe Lighthouse Fund has been giving out grants to local teachers for four years. Each school in the Tri-Town has been the recipient of these grants, which have gone to fund projects such as a hydroponic garden at Old Hammondtown School and a monarch butterfly habitat at Center School. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Taste of the Tri-Town84 viewsLighthouse Fund Chairman Kim Frink (left) and ORR Tri-Town Education Foundation member Peter Martin socialize during the group's fourth annual Taste of the Tri-Town on Friday, September 7, 2012. The event, which was held at the Mattapoisett YMCA, helps serve the Lighthouse Fund, which offers grants to local teachers for special educational projects. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Taste of the Tri-Town64 viewsSeveral members of the Old Rochester Regional school district turned out in support of the fourth annual Taste of the Tri-Town, which was held at the YMCA in Mattapoisett on Friday, September 7, 2012. Old Rochester Regional High School principal Michael Devoll (pictured). Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Taste of the Tri-Town60 viewsOver 20 local restaurants donated food for the fourth annual Taste of the Tri-Town, held at the Mattapoisett YMCA on Friday, September 7, 2012. Proceeds of the benefit help serve the Lighthouse Fund, an endowment that gives out educational grants for local teachers and students. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Taste of the Tri-Town64 viewsDeb Martin (left) was one of the chief organizers of the 2012 Taste of the Tri-Town, an event that benefits the Lighthouse Fund, an endowment that offers educational grants to district teachers. The Taste, held on Friday, September 7 at the Mattapoisett YMCA, featured food from 20 different local eateries and restaurants. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Taste of the Tri-Town70 views The fourth annual Taste of the Tri-Town was held on Friday, September 7, 2012, at the Mattapoisett YMCA. Almost 100 guests turned out to help support the Lighthouse Fund, an endowment maintained by the ORR Tri-Town Education Foundation, which offers grants to students and teachers for educational projects that extend beyond their normal curriculum. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Deploying for Afghanistan81 viewsEdward Sweeney Jr. of Rochester hugs his wife Cheryl and children Michael and Alexis before deploying for Afghanistan on Sunday, September 2 from Camp Edwards. Photo Courtesy of Cheryl Sweeney
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Shipyards of Mattapoisett64 viewsOn Sunday, September 2, Mattapoisett Historical Society Seth Mendell hosted a tour entitled “Shipyards of Mattapoisett” where he talked to local residents about the town’s world famous shipbuilding industry and whaling history. The lecture was held in Shipyard Park overlooking the water. Photos by Deb Burdock.
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Shipyards of Mattapoisett60 viewsOn Sunday, September 2, Mattapoisett Historical Society Seth Mendell hosted a tour entitled “Shipyards of Mattapoisett” where he talked to local residents about the town’s world famous shipbuilding industry and whaling history. The lecture was held in Shipyard Park overlooking the water. Photos by Deb Burdock.
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Jimmy Fund Walk64 viewsOn Sunday, September 9, Mattapoisett resident Ed Talbot will join thousands of runners in the 24th Annual Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk. Talbot will walk the 26.2 miles to raise money for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. Pictured from left to right: Karen Correia of Fairhaven, Carol Ann Days-Merrill of Fairhaven, Ed Talbot, Carol Morton of New Bedford and Monica Perreira of New Bedford. Photo courtesy of Ed Talbot.
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