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STEM Program1 viewsChildren ages 3-6 from the Tri-Town area participated in a week-long STEM program hosted by Plumb Library in Rochester and sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education. The children used the four core elements of the program – science, technology, engineering, and math – to perform experiments. Photo by Marilou Newell
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STEM Program1 viewsChildren ages 3-6 from the Tri-Town area participated in a week-long STEM program hosted by Plumb Library in Rochester and sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education. The children used the four core elements of the program – science, technology, engineering, and math – to perform experiments. Photo by Marilou Newell
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STEM Program1 viewsChildren ages 3-6 from the Tri-Town area participated in a week-long STEM program hosted by Plumb Library in Rochester and sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education. The children used the four core elements of the program – science, technology, engineering, and math – to perform experiments. Photo by Marilou Newell
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STEM Program1 viewsChildren ages 3-6 from the Tri-Town area participated in a week-long STEM program hosted by Plumb Library in Rochester and sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education. The children used the four core elements of the program – science, technology, engineering, and math – to perform experiments. Photo by Marilou Newell
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STEM Program1 viewsChildren ages 3-6 from the Tri-Town area participated in a week-long STEM program hosted by Plumb Library in Rochester and sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education. The children used the four core elements of the program – science, technology, engineering, and math – to perform experiments. Photo by Marilou Newell
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STEM Program1 viewsChildren ages 3-6 from the Tri-Town area participated in a week-long STEM program hosted by Plumb Library in Rochester and sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education. The children used the four core elements of the program – science, technology, engineering, and math – to perform experiments. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Plumb Library1 viewsA new cupola complete with a copper covered roof and refurbished bronze and copper eagle weathervane now graces the roof of the Plumb Library in Rochester center. Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School carpentry shop students in partnership with Diversified Roofing Systems, New Bedford, owned by Richard Miranda, built the new cupola for the town. Rochester’s facility manager Andrew Daniel spearheaded the project and brought together the school and business partners. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Plumb Library0 viewsA new cupola complete with a copper covered roof and refurbished bronze and copper eagle weathervane now graces the roof of the Plumb Library in Rochester center. Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School carpentry shop students in partnership with Diversified Roofing Systems, New Bedford, owned by Richard Miranda, built the new cupola for the town. Rochester’s facility manager Andrew Daniel spearheaded the project and brought together the school and business partners. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Plumb Library0 viewsA new cupola complete with a copper covered roof and refurbished bronze and copper eagle weathervane now graces the roof of the Plumb Library in Rochester center. Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School carpentry shop students in partnership with Diversified Roofing Systems, New Bedford, owned by Richard Miranda, built the new cupola for the town. Rochester’s facility manager Andrew Daniel spearheaded the project and brought together the school and business partners. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Plumb Library0 viewsA new cupola complete with a copper covered roof and refurbished bronze and copper eagle weathervane now graces the roof of the Plumb Library in Rochester center. Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School carpentry shop students in partnership with Diversified Roofing Systems, New Bedford, owned by Richard Miranda, built the new cupola for the town. Rochester’s facility manager Andrew Daniel spearheaded the project and brought together the school and business partners. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Plumb Library0 viewsA new cupola complete with a copper covered roof and refurbished bronze and copper eagle weathervane now graces the roof of the Plumb Library in Rochester center. Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School carpentry shop students in partnership with Diversified Roofing Systems, New Bedford, owned by Richard Miranda, built the new cupola for the town. Rochester’s facility manager Andrew Daniel spearheaded the project and brought together the school and business partners. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Rochester Memorial Day29 viewsRochester fared far better with its Memorial Day celebration than Marion and Mattapoisett did with theirs on rainy Monday. Sunday, May 29, was a picture perfect day for a parade. At the Town Hall, the names of the fallen soldiers were read aloud and the Rochester Memorial School Band played patriotic songs before heading out for the parade. Photos by Colin Veitch
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