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Down by the Bay0 viewsThe Mattapoisett Women’s Club biannual garden tour on June 28 titled “Down by the Bay” featured nine gardens situated along the waters of Buzzards Bay. It was a glorious day for a tour of the area’s finest gardens, some featuring unique sculptures, unusual trees, and beds to attract hummingbirds and finches. Photos by Felix Perez
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Down by the Bay0 viewsThe Mattapoisett Women’s Club biannual garden tour on June 28 titled “Down by the Bay” featured nine gardens situated along the waters of Buzzards Bay. It was a glorious day for a tour of the area’s finest gardens, some featuring unique sculptures, unusual trees, and beds to attract hummingbirds and finches. Photos by Felix Perez
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Lighten Up4 viewsThird-graders on June 16 performed their play “Lighten Up,” donning rainbow wigs, gigantic glasses, tutus, and brightly colored mustaches to remind everyone to not take themselves so seriously all the time. The students sang silly songs, told jokes, and offered some valuable advice like, “When life makes you sweat, wear deodorant!” By Jean Perry
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Lighten Up3 viewsThird-graders on June 16 performed their play “Lighten Up,” donning rainbow wigs, gigantic glasses, tutus, and brightly colored mustaches to remind everyone to not take themselves so seriously all the time. The students sang silly songs, told jokes, and offered some valuable advice like, “When life makes you sweat, wear deodorant!” By Jean Perry
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Lighten Up4 viewsThird-graders on June 16 performed their play “Lighten Up,” donning rainbow wigs, gigantic glasses, tutus, and brightly colored mustaches to remind everyone to not take themselves so seriously all the time. The students sang silly songs, told jokes, and offered some valuable advice like, “When life makes you sweat, wear deodorant!” By Jean Perry
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Lighten Up4 viewsThird-graders on June 16 performed their play “Lighten Up,” donning rainbow wigs, gigantic glasses, tutus, and brightly colored mustaches to remind everyone to not take themselves so seriously all the time. The students sang silly songs, told jokes, and offered some valuable advice like, “When life makes you sweat, wear deodorant!” By Jean Perry
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Lighten Up3 viewsThird-graders on June 16 performed their play “Lighten Up,” donning rainbow wigs, gigantic glasses, tutus, and brightly colored mustaches to remind everyone to not take themselves so seriously all the time. The students sang silly songs, told jokes, and offered some valuable advice like, “When life makes you sweat, wear deodorant!” By Jean Perry
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Lighten Up4 viewsThird-graders on June 16 performed their play “Lighten Up,” donning rainbow wigs, gigantic glasses, tutus, and brightly colored mustaches to remind everyone to not take themselves so seriously all the time. The students sang silly songs, told jokes, and offered some valuable advice like, “When life makes you sweat, wear deodorant!” By Jean Perry
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Lighten Up4 viewsThird-graders on June 16 performed their play “Lighten Up,” donning rainbow wigs, gigantic glasses, tutus, and brightly colored mustaches to remind everyone to not take themselves so seriously all the time. The students sang silly songs, told jokes, and offered some valuable advice like, “When life makes you sweat, wear deodorant!” By Jean Perry
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Lighten Up3 viewsThird-graders on June 16 performed their play “Lighten Up,” donning rainbow wigs, gigantic glasses, tutus, and brightly colored mustaches to remind everyone to not take themselves so seriously all the time. The students sang silly songs, told jokes, and offered some valuable advice like, “When life makes you sweat, wear deodorant!” By Jean Perry
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Seniors Appreciation at Center School10 viewsOne of the highlights of the third-grade school year, students dressed up as famous Americans and treated senior citizens from the Council on Aging to a senior citizen appreciation breakfast the morning of June 6. The third-graders sang patriotic songs like the Star-Spangled Banner and My Country ‘Tis of Thee, dressed as the American figure of their choice. Photo by Jean Perry
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Seniors Appreciation at Center School6 viewsOne of the highlights of the third-grade school year, students dressed up as famous Americans and treated senior citizens from the Council on Aging to a senior citizen appreciation breakfast the morning of June 6. The third-graders sang patriotic songs like the Star-Spangled Banner and My Country ‘Tis of Thee, dressed as the American figure of their choice. Photo by Jean Perry
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