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Robert B. Parker at Center School2259 viewsNoted mystery author Robert B. Parker, best known for creating the long-running Spenser detective series, went back to school — Center School in Mattapoisett, that is — for a discussion and book signing to benefit the Mattapoisett Public Library on Friday, July 8. Mr. Parker recounted his years growing up in Mattapoisett and also fielded questions about his many published works. (Photo by Margie A. Souza).Jul 14, 2005
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Robert B. Parker in Mattapoisett1088 viewsNoted mystery author Robert B. Parker, best known for creating the long-running Spenser detective series, went back to school — Center School in Mattapoisett, that is — for a discussion and book signing to benefit the Mattapoisett Public Library on Friday, July 8. Mr. Parker recounted his years growing up in Mattapoisett and also fielded questions about his many published works. (Photo by Margie A. Souza).Jul 14, 2005
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Mudgie's Namesake 16292 viewsFriends and family members paid tribute to Mattapoisett’s own Maurice “Mudgie” Tavares last week in a formal ceremony to dedicate and name the new Center School Playground in his honor. Mudgie has been a longtime supporter and friend of the children of Mattapoisett — as both a staff member at Center School and the founder of the long-running and ever-popular Mattapoisett Track Club — so the playground dedication was an ideal honor. Former Mattapoisett students were on hand to cite Mudgie’s positive influence and affect on their lives. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jun 30, 2005
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Mudgie's Namesake 26279 viewsMaurice “Mudgie” Tavares, a longtime staff custodian at Center School in Mattapoisett and a dedicated benefactor of the town's youth, looks on while students file out for the dedication of the school's playground in his honor. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jun 30, 2005
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Mattapoisett Memorial Day 20056849 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Cub Scout Troop stand at attention outside the Mattapoisett Free Public Library during Memorial Day Services this past week. The annual observance drew a sizeable crowd which was treated to public speakers, performances of patriotic music by the Old Hammondtown School Band, and a keynote address from Commander John Landis, USN, of the Newport Naval War College. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jun 30, 2005
     
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