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Public Purrs for Octopurr fest 34 views The 3rd annual Octopurr Fest fundraiser event for the Rochester cat shelter It’s All About the Animals was a success on Octopurr 15. The event featured auctions, a raffle, live entertainment, and of course, plenty of costumed guests. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Miss New Bedford61 viewsRochester resident and ORR grad Sarah Elizabeth Achorn was crowned the 65th Miss New Bedford over the weekend. She dedicates her year of service to the platform of “Imperfection: Pushing the Importance of Body Positivity in Today’s Youth.” As Miss New Bedford, the 18-year-old Leslie College student has also earned the opportunity to compete for the title of Miss Massachusetts in 2018. Photo submitted by Ashley Bendiksen
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Betty Beaulieu59 viewsOn September 30, the Rochester Historical Society opened their photographic retrospective of farming in Rochester. Betty Beaulieu, water colorist and local historian, donated one of her paintings for a silent auction. Bids will be accepted every Sunday between 1:00-3:00 pm through October at the Rochester Historical Museum located at 355 County Road. The highest bidder will be announced on November 15 at the Thankful Supper held at the museum. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Rochester Historical Society 83 viewsThe Rochester Historical Society gave a preview of their photographic installation on Rochester's farming history and culture through the centuries. The exhibit opens September 30 at the Historical Society Museum located at 355 County Road in the old East Rochester Church. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Rochester Historical Society 73 viewsThe Rochester Historical Society gave a preview of their photographic installation on Rochester's farming history and culture through the centuries. The exhibit opens September 30 at the Historical Society Museum located at 355 County Road in the old East Rochester Church. Photos by Marilou Newell
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The Can-Do Couple 74 viewsMarion and Bob Faelten have been canning together for 50 years, ‘preserving’ the good life and enjoying every step of the twelve-month tango they dance from early spring when they sow their seeds to fall when they enjoy their homemade jellies, pickles, canned tomatoes, and homemade liqueurs. Photos by Jean Perry
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The Can-Do Couple 86 viewsMarion and Bob Faelten have been canning together for 50 years, ‘preserving’ the good life and enjoying every step of the twelve-month tango they dance from early spring when they sow their seeds to fall when they enjoy their homemade jellies, pickles, canned tomatoes, and homemade liqueurs. Photos by Jean Perry
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The Can-Do Couple 76 viewsMarion and Bob Faelten have been canning together for 50 years, ‘preserving’ the good life and enjoying every step of the twelve-month tango they dance from early spring when they sow their seeds to fall when they enjoy their homemade jellies, pickles, canned tomatoes, and homemade liqueurs. Photos by Jean Perry
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The Can-Do Couple 71 viewsMarion and Bob Faelten have been canning together for 50 years, ‘preserving’ the good life and enjoying every step of the twelve-month tango they dance from early spring when they sow their seeds to fall when they enjoy their homemade jellies, pickles, canned tomatoes, and homemade liqueurs. Photos by Jean Perry
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The Can-Do Couple 75 viewsMarion and Bob Faelten have been canning together for 50 years, ‘preserving’ the good life and enjoying every step of the twelve-month tango they dance from early spring when they sow their seeds to fall when they enjoy their homemade jellies, pickles, canned tomatoes, and homemade liqueurs. Photos by Jean Perry
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The Can-Do Couple 81 viewsMarion and Bob Faelten have been canning together for 50 years, ‘preserving’ the good life and enjoying every step of the twelve-month tango they dance from early spring when they sow their seeds to fall when they enjoy their homemade jellies, pickles, canned tomatoes, and homemade liqueurs. Photos by Jean Perry
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