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2007 Mattapoisett July 4 Road Race268 viewsAngel Martin of New Bedford crosses the finish line in the 37th annual Mattapoisett July 4 Road Race, finishing ninth overall in 29:55 with a pace of 5:59. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jul 04, 2007
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2007 Mattapoisett July 4 Road Race243 viewsJohn Saville of Brockton, MA crosses the finish line in the 37th annual Mattapoisett July 4 Road Race, finishing tenth overall in 30:13 with a pace of 6:03. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jul 04, 2007
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2007 Mattapoisett July 4 Road Race284 viewsMattapoisett July 4 Road Race organizer Danny White makes a few announcements in Shipyard Park before the start of the 37th running of the five-mile race which drew a record-setting 988 registrants this year. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jul 04, 2007
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2007 Mattapoisett July 4 Road Race264 viewsA record-setting 988 runners registered for this year's 37th annual Mattapoisett July 4 Road Race with an estimated 922 ultimately crossing the finish line in the five-mile event. Here runners can be seen charging down Water Street from Shipyard Park just seconds after the starting gun. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jul 04, 2007
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2007 Mattapoisett July 4 Road Race263 viewsSome of the nearly 1,000 runners who began the five-mile trek from the starting line at Shipyard Park in the 37th running of Mattapoisett's Annual July 4 Road Race. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jul 04, 2007
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2007 Mattapoisett July 4 Road Race286 viewsSome of the nearly 1,000 runners who began the five-mile trek from the starting line at Shipyard Park in the 37th running of Mattapoisett's Annual July 4 Road Race. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jul 04, 2007
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2007 Mattapoisett July 4 Road Race271 viewsSome of the nearly 1,000 runners who began the five-mile trek from the starting line at Shipyard Park in the 37th running of Mattapoisett's Annual July 4 Road Race. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jul 04, 2007
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Rocha Recognized264 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Board of Selectmen recently presented Bruce Rocha (third from left) with a Certificate of Appreciation for donating the labor to fix and repair the roof of the landmark gazebo at Shipyard Park and for doing similar work at Veterans' Park on Ned's Point. Flanking Mr. Rocha are (l. to r. ) Selectman Steve Lombard, Selectman Ray Andrews, and Selectman Jordan Collyer. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Jul 03, 2007
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Garden Glory250 viewsMembers of Mattapoisett’s 150th Garden Group recently posed for this aerial shot of the sesquicentennial logo they recreated out of plantings at Shipyard Park. The group members have put in countless hours planting this and other beds from Shipyard Park to Ned’s Point to commemorate the town’s 150th birthday. This photo is also being planned as the cover for the next Annual Town Report. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).Jul 03, 2007
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Garden Group Glory240 viewsMembers of Mattapoisett’s 150th Garden Group recently posed for this aerial shot of the sesquicentennial logo they recreated out of plantings at Shipyard Park. The group members have put in countless hours planting this and other beds from Shipyard Park to Ned’s Point to commemorate the town’s 150th birthday. This photo is also being planned as the cover for the next Annual Town Report. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).Jul 03, 2007
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Garden Group Glory245 viewsMembers of Mattapoisett’s 150th Garden Group recently posed for this aerial shot of the sesquicentennial logo they recreated out of plantings at Shipyard Park. The group members have put in countless hours planting this and other beds from Shipyard Park to Ned’s Point to commemorate the town’s 150th birthday. The bucket lift was provided by Village Signs. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).Jul 03, 2007
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Garden Group Glory228 viewsMembers of Mattapoisett’s 150th Garden Group recently posed for this aerial shot of the sesquicentennial logo they recreated out of plantings at Shipyard Park. The group members have put in countless hours planting this and other beds from Shipyard Park to Ned’s Point to commemorate the town’s 150th birthday. This photo is also being planned as the cover for the next Annual Town Report. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).Jul 03, 2007
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