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Irish Luncheon97 viewsThe First Congregational Church of Rochester celebrated the St. Patrick’s Day holiday in style as the church’s Women’s Guild pulled out all of the stops with a traditional corned beef and cabbage Irish supper at the congregation’s Fellowship Hall on Saturday night, March 15. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Irish Luncheon94 viewsThe First Congregational Church of Rochester celebrated the St. Patrick’s Day holiday in style as the church’s Women’s Guild pulled out all of the stops with a traditional corned beef and cabbage Irish supper at the congregation’s Fellowship Hall on Saturday night, March 15. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Irish Luncheon108 viewsThe First Congregational Church of Rochester celebrated the St. Patrick’s Day holiday in style as the church’s Women’s Guild pulled out all of the stops with a traditional corned beef and cabbage Irish supper at the congregation’s Fellowship Hall on Saturday night, March 15. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Irish Luncheon96 viewsThe First Congregational Church of Rochester celebrated the St. Patrick’s Day holiday in style as the church’s Women’s Guild pulled out all of the stops with a traditional corned beef and cabbage Irish supper at the congregation’s Fellowship Hall on Saturday night, March 15. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Somethin's Bruin98 viewsRochester residents attended the Boston Bruins game on Saturday, March 15 against the Philadelphia Flyers as guests in the Dunkin’ Donuts “KidZone” located at the TD Banknorth Garden. Pictured here at the game are (top, l. to r.) Aaron Rivera, Pete Cady, Noah Filloramo, and Forest Cote; (middle, l. to r.) Zach Rivera, D.J. Galarza (of New Bedford), Ian Knapton, Nick Cristaldi; (front, l. to r.) Luke Galarza (of New Bedford), Andrew Talty, Zach Perry and Chris Roach.
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Puppet Play109 viewsOn Saturday, March 8, the children of the tri-town area were treated to Sparky’s Puppets, the working name of Rhode Island puppeteer Sparky Davis, who presented her “Old Favorites” show sponsored by the Tri-Town Early Childhood Council in the Rochester Memorial School’s Cafetorium. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Puppet Play102 viewsOn Saturday, March 8, the children of the tri-town area were treated to Sparky’s Puppets, the working name of Rhode Island puppeteer Sparky Davis, who presented her “Old Favorites” show sponsored by the Tri-Town Early Childhood Council in the Rochester Memorial School’s Cafetorium. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Puppet Play95 viewsOn Saturday, March 8, the children of the tri-town area were treated to Sparky’s Puppets, the working name of Rhode Island puppeteer Sparky Davis, who presented her “Old Favorites” show sponsored by the Tri-Town Early Childhood Council in the Rochester Memorial School’s Cafetorium. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Puppet Play100 viewsOn Saturday, March 8, the children of the tri-town area were treated to Sparky’s Puppets, the working name of Rhode Island puppeteer Sparky Davis, who presented her “Old Favorites” show sponsored by the Tri-Town Early Childhood Council in the Rochester Memorial School’s Cafetorium. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Puppet Play92 viewsOn Saturday, March 8, the children of the tri-town area were treated to Sparky’s Puppets, the working name of Rhode Island puppeteer Sparky Davis, who presented her “Old Favorites” show sponsored by the Tri-Town Early Childhood Council in the Rochester Memorial School’s Cafetorium. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Puppet Play86 viewsOn Saturday, March 8, the children of the tri-town area were treated to Sparky’s Puppets, the working name of Rhode Island puppeteer Sparky Davis, who presented her “Old Favorites” show sponsored by the Tri-Town Early Childhood Council in the Rochester Memorial School’s Cafetorium. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Judo Champ96 viewsAlyssa Quaintance of Rochester took first place in the 5- to 6-year-old division at Pedro's Judo Challenge held on February 23 in Wakefield, MA and first place again at the Ocean State International in RI on March 1. These were both high level tournaments with international players. Alyssa went 3-0 in both tournaments. Alyssa will compete in the Junior Nationals in Boston on June 29 and then in the Junior Olympics at Disney in Florida on July 25. (Photo courtesy of Bob Bridges).
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