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Salty's Hat39 viewsEarly this past Friday, December 1, as folks were rushing to work and children settling into school, an annual tradition transpired in Mattapoisett at the corner of Route 6 and North Street. With the placement of the Santa hat upon the head of our beloved Salty the Seahorse, the holiday season officially began. As they do every year, the folks at Brownell Systems assisted the Mattapoisett Land Trust in the placement of the hat via a tall crane. Photo by Paul LopesDec 07, 2017
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Salty's Hat37 viewsEarly this past Friday, December 1, as folks were rushing to work and children settling into school, an annual tradition transpired in Mattapoisett at the corner of Route 6 and North Street. With the placement of the Santa hat upon the head of our beloved Salty the Seahorse, the holiday season officially began. As they do every year, the folks at Brownell Systems assisted the Mattapoisett Land Trust in the placement of the hat via a tall crane. Photo by Paul LopesDec 07, 2017
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Mary Norris22 viewsMary Norris, former copy editor for The New Yorker magazine and author of Between You & Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen, was the featured artist at the Mattapoisett Public Library’s Purrington Lecture Series talk on December 1. Photo by Marilou NewellDec 07, 2017
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Tree Decorations22 viewsTeresa Dall sent in a photo of the grand ornaments adorning her yard on North Street in Mattapoisett.Dec 07, 2017
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Little Library35 viewsThis Little Library on River Road in Mattapoisett is all decked out for the holidays, and it includes Christmas-themed books, candy canes, and dog treats. Photo by Jean PerryNov 29, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony36 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony34 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony33 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony34 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony35 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony30 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony36 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou NewellNov 16, 2017
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