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Sole Survivor14 viewsTri-Town Relay for Life team “Sole Survivor” held its annual wreath sale over the holiday weekend at the old Al’s Yankee Clipper on Route 6 in Marion. Wreaths, as well as handmade kissing balls and evergreen decorations will remain on sale on Saturday and Sunday until Christmas or until supplies run out – and they are going fast! Photos by Jean PerryNov 30, 2016
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Sole Survivor13 viewsTri-Town Relay for Life team “Sole Survivor” held its annual wreath sale over the holiday weekend at the old Al’s Yankee Clipper on Route 6 in Marion. Wreaths, as well as handmade kissing balls and evergreen decorations will remain on sale on Saturday and Sunday until Christmas or until supplies run out – and they are going fast! Photos by Jean PerryNov 30, 2016
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Sole Survivor15 viewsTri-Town Relay for Life team “Sole Survivor” held its annual wreath sale over the holiday weekend at the old Al’s Yankee Clipper on Route 6 in Marion. Wreaths, as well as handmade kissing balls and evergreen decorations will remain on sale on Saturday and Sunday until Christmas or until supplies run out – and they are going fast! Photos by Jean PerryNov 30, 2016
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The Thread of History Runs Through Rochester14 viewsThe grand opening of "The Thread of History Runs Through Rochester" display prepared by members of the Rochester Historical Commission and Chairman Laurene Gerrior was held November 17 at the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds. Pictured here is Register of Deeds John Buckley, with special guests Plymouth County Commissioners Daniel Pallotta, Chairman, Plymouth County Commissioner Sandra Wright, and Plymouth County Commissioner Greg Hanley. Photo courtesy the Plymouth County Registry of DeedsNov 30, 2016
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Old Colony SkillsUSA12 viewsNine Old Colony SkillsUSA members attended the annual Fall State Leadership Conference in Marlborough on November 20. The members each earned the prestigious SkillsUSA Massachusetts Leadership Award, the highest leadership award offered in the state. Photo by Elizabeth JeromeNov 30, 2016
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Little Library13 viewsMary Kathleen Briand and her dog Boone are stewards of the Little Free Library in Briand’s front yard located on Hammond Street next to the tennis courts at Center School. Little Free Library is a book exchange program where you may take a book and/or leave a book for free. The little library movement was established to promote literacy and access to books around the globe. Photo by Marilou NewellNov 30, 2016
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Hammond Quarry13 viewsMattapoisett Land Trust President Mike Huguenin led a group of about 52 people on a walk about Hammond Quarry, a historical property off Mattapoisett Neck Road that the MLT is hoping to acquire next year. Pink granite was mined from the site between the early 1700s through the early 1900s, and the MLT plans to purchase the property to preserve the quarries and carve out trails for public access. Photos by Jean PerryNov 30, 2016
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Hammond Quarry13 viewsMattapoisett Land Trust President Mike Huguenin led a group of about 52 people on a walk about Hammond Quarry, a historical property off Mattapoisett Neck Road that the MLT is hoping to acquire next year. Pink granite was mined from the site between the early 1700s through the early 1900s, and the MLT plans to purchase the property to preserve the quarries and carve out trails for public access. Photos by Jean PerryNov 30, 2016
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Hammond Quarry9 viewsMattapoisett Land Trust President Mike Huguenin led a group of about 52 people on a walk about Hammond Quarry, a historical property off Mattapoisett Neck Road that the MLT is hoping to acquire next year. Pink granite was mined from the site between the early 1700s through the early 1900s, and the MLT plans to purchase the property to preserve the quarries and carve out trails for public access. Photos by Jean Perry - December 1, 2016 editionNov 30, 2016
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Hammond Quarry7 viewsMattapoisett Land Trust President Mike Huguenin led a group of about 52 people on a walk about Hammond Quarry, a historical property off Mattapoisett Neck Road that the MLT is hoping to acquire next year. Pink granite was mined from the site between the early 1700s through the early 1900s, and the MLT plans to purchase the property to preserve the quarries and carve out trails for public access. Photos by Jean PerryNov 30, 2016
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Hammond Quarry6 viewsMattapoisett Land Trust President Mike Huguenin led a group of about 52 people on a walk about Hammond Quarry, a historical property off Mattapoisett Neck Road that the MLT is hoping to acquire next year. Pink granite was mined from the site between the early 1700s through the early 1900s, and the MLT plans to purchase the property to preserve the quarries and carve out trails for public access. Photos by Jean PerryNov 30, 2016
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Hammond Quarry7 viewsMattapoisett Land Trust President Mike Huguenin led a group of about 52 people on a walk about Hammond Quarry, a historical property off Mattapoisett Neck Road that the MLT is hoping to acquire next year. Pink granite was mined from the site between the early 1700s through the early 1900s, and the MLT plans to purchase the property to preserve the quarries and carve out trails for public access. Photos by Jean PerryNov 30, 2016
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