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Monarch Moment21 viewsElla Gillen, 10, and Sofia Gillen, 8, watched a chrysalis that originated from their backyard hatch on Tuesday at the Mattapoisett Library. It was serendipity that the two girls were there with their mother, Tracy, to catch the chrysalis beginning to break open to release a fully developed Monarch butterfly into the world. Photos by Jean Perry
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Monarch Moment21 viewsElla Gillen, 10, and Sofia Gillen, 8, watched a chrysalis that originated from their backyard hatch on Tuesday at the Mattapoisett Library. It was serendipity that the two girls were there with their mother, Tracy, to catch the chrysalis beginning to break open to release a fully developed Monarch butterfly into the world. Photos by Jean Perry
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Monarch Moment21 viewsElla Gillen, 10, and Sofia Gillen, 8, watched a chrysalis that originated from their backyard hatch on Tuesday at the Mattapoisett Library. It was serendipity that the two girls were there with their mother, Tracy, to catch the chrysalis beginning to break open to release a fully developed Monarch butterfly into the world. Photos by Jean Perry
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Monarch Moment11 viewsElla Gillen, 10, and Sofia Gillen, 8, watched a chrysalis that originated from their backyard hatch on Tuesday at the Mattapoisett Library. It was serendipity that the two girls were there with their mother, Tracy, to catch the chrysalis beginning to break open to release a fully developed Monarch butterfly into the world. Photos by Jean Perry
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Monarch Moment10 viewsElla Gillen, 10, and Sofia Gillen, 8, watched a chrysalis that originated from their backyard hatch on Tuesday at the Mattapoisett Library. It was serendipity that the two girls were there with their mother, Tracy, to catch the chrysalis beginning to break open to release a fully developed Monarch butterfly into the world. Photos by Jean Perry
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Monarch Moment11 viewsElla Gillen, 10, and Sofia Gillen, 8, watched a chrysalis that originated from their backyard hatch on Tuesday at the Mattapoisett Library. It was serendipity that the two girls were there with their mother, Tracy, to catch the chrysalis beginning to break open to release a fully developed Monarch butterfly into the world. Photos by Jean Perry
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Monarch Moment11 viewsElla Gillen, 10, and Sofia Gillen, 8, watched a chrysalis that originated from their backyard hatch on Tuesday at the Mattapoisett Library. It was serendipity that the two girls were there with their mother, Tracy, to catch the chrysalis beginning to break open to release a fully developed Monarch butterfly into the world. Photos by Jean Perry
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Monarch Moment10 viewsElla Gillen, 10, and Sofia Gillen, 8, watched a chrysalis that originated from their backyard hatch on Tuesday at the Mattapoisett Library. It was serendipity that the two girls were there with their mother, Tracy, to catch the chrysalis beginning to break open to release a fully developed Monarch butterfly into the world. Photos by Jean Perry
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Monarch Moment11 viewsElla Gillen, 10, and Sofia Gillen, 8, watched a chrysalis that originated from their backyard hatch on Tuesday at the Mattapoisett Library. It was serendipity that the two girls were there with their mother, Tracy, to catch the chrysalis beginning to break open to release a fully developed Monarch butterfly into the world. Photos by Jean Perry
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Monarch Moment10 viewsElla Gillen, 10, and Sofia Gillen, 8, watched a chrysalis that originated from their backyard hatch on Tuesday at the Mattapoisett Library. It was serendipity that the two girls were there with their mother, Tracy, to catch the chrysalis beginning to break open to release a fully developed Monarch butterfly into the world. Photos by Jean Perry
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Brad Barrows Ride9 viewsThe annual Brad Barrows Ride took place on Saturday, September 19, with around 60 to 70 participants riding on roughly 40 motorcycles. The fundraiser proceeds go to fund local youth sports, a cause that was dear to the late Barrows’ heart. Barrows was the owner of the bad “Brad’s” in Mattapoisett until his death in 2007. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Brad Barrows Ride10 viewsThe annual Brad Barrows Ride took place on Saturday, September 19, with around 60 to 70 participants riding on roughly 40 motorcycles. The fundraiser proceeds go to fund local youth sports, a cause that was dear to the late Barrows’ heart. Barrows was the owner of the bad “Brad’s” in Mattapoisett until his death in 2007. Photos by Colin Veitch
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