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Embarker21 viewsMattapoisett resident Bob Brack launched his sailboat “Embarker” on Monday for the 50th time from the Mattapoisett Boatyard. Brack has owned the same boat for 50 years, a rarity to encounter says former boatyard owner Art Maclean. Seen here, Brack and son Ken head out into Buzzards Bay on this golden anniversary of the first launching of “Embarker.” Photo by Jean PerryJun 14, 2017
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Embarker25 viewsMattapoisett resident Bob Brack launched his sailboat “Embarker” on Monday for the 50th time from the Mattapoisett Boatyard. Brack has owned the same boat for 50 years, a rarity to encounter says former boatyard owner Art Maclean. Seen here, Brack and son Ken head out into Buzzards Bay on this golden anniversary of the first launching of “Embarker.” Photo by Jean PerryJun 14, 2017
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Embarker20 viewsMattapoisett resident Bob Brack launched his sailboat “Embarker” on Monday for the 50th time from the Mattapoisett Boatyard. Brack has owned the same boat for 50 years, a rarity to encounter says former boatyard owner Art Maclean. Seen here, Brack and son Ken head out into Buzzards Bay on this golden anniversary of the first launching of “Embarker.” Photo by Jean PerryJun 14, 2017
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Embarker17 viewsMattapoisett resident Bob Brack launched his sailboat “Embarker” on Monday for the 50th time from the Mattapoisett Boatyard. Brack has owned the same boat for 50 years, a rarity to encounter says former boatyard owner Art Maclean. Seen here, Brack and son Ken head out into Buzzards Bay on this golden anniversary of the first launching of “Embarker.” Photo by Jean PerryJun 14, 2017
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Embarker17 viewsMattapoisett resident Bob Brack launched his sailboat “Embarker” on Monday for the 50th time from the Mattapoisett Boatyard. Brack has owned the same boat for 50 years, a rarity to encounter says former boatyard owner Art Maclean. Seen here, Brack and son Ken head out into Buzzards Bay on this golden anniversary of the first launching of “Embarker.” Photo by Jean PerryJun 14, 2017
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Embarker22 viewsMattapoisett resident Bob Brack launched his sailboat “Embarker” on Monday for the 50th time from the Mattapoisett Boatyard. Brack has owned the same boat for 50 years, a rarity to encounter says former boatyard owner Art Maclean. Seen here, Brack and son Ken head out into Buzzards Bay on this golden anniversary of the first launching of “Embarker.” Photo by Jean PerryJun 14, 2017
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Center School Vocabulary Day27 viewsCenter School held its very own first annual Vocabulary Day Parade on Thursday, June 8. Students dressed up as their chosen word to personify its meaning and strutted around for all to read. Photos by Colin VeitchJun 14, 2017
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Center School Vocabulary Day28 viewsCenter School held its very own first annual Vocabulary Day Parade on Thursday, June 8. Students dressed up as their chosen word to personify its meaning and strutted around for all to read. Photos by Colin VeitchJun 14, 2017
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Center School Vocabulary Day8 viewsCenter School held its very own first annual Vocabulary Day Parade on Thursday, June 8. Students dressed up as their chosen word to personify its meaning and strutted around for all to read. Photos by Colin VeitchJun 14, 2017
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Center School Vocabulary Day3 viewsCenter School held its very own first annual Vocabulary Day Parade on Thursday, June 8. Students dressed up as their chosen word to personify its meaning and strutted around for all to read. Photos by Colin VeitchJun 14, 2017
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Center School Vocabulary Day5 viewsCenter School held its very own first annual Vocabulary Day Parade on Thursday, June 8. Students dressed up as their chosen word to personify its meaning and strutted around for all to read. Photos by Colin VeitchJun 14, 2017
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Center School Vocabulary Day7 viewsCenter School held its very own first annual Vocabulary Day Parade on Thursday, June 8. Students dressed up as their chosen word to personify its meaning and strutted around for all to read. Photos by Colin VeitchJun 14, 2017
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