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Maine Event1142 viewsSix-year-old Emily Newell poses with a copy of The Wanderer at Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor, Maine, during a recent trip with her family.Sep 23, 2005
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Food for Thought1265 viewsKate Connelly of Mattapoisett and Claude Leonidas recently participated in a food-sorting competition at the Greater Boston Food Bank on Wednesday, August 31. The groups combined to sort nearly 18,000 pounds of food or 11,000 meals, which will be distributed to more than 600 hunger-relief agencies throughout eastern Massachusetts. The sorting event coincided with the Deutsche Bank Championship, a PGA Tour tournament held at the TPC in Norton, MA over Labor Day weekend. (Photo by and courtesy of Bethany Versoy).Sep 23, 2005
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Whale Winner857 viewsFive-year-old Kate Lima of New Bedford is the winner of the “Name the Whale” Contest sponsored by First Night New Bedford. Kate chose to name the event’s tell-tale mascot “Welcome the Whale.” The First Night New Bedford 2006 committee chose the winning name “Welcome” for its cheerful whale design depicted on First Night buttons and posters. Kate received several prizes for her winning entry.Sep 14, 2005
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Church Resurrected1664 viewsThe historic 163-year-old Mattapoisett Congregational Church recently completed a summer-long renovation project and will hold a formal rededication ceremony and open house on Sunday, September 18. The rededication ceremony will take place at 10:00 am while the open house will run from 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm on Sunday. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Sep 14, 2005
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Wandering '57 Chevy1069 viewsOn Wednesday, August 23, 2005, Ronald and Debbie Medeiros of New Bedford (pictured through windshield) celebrated their 20th anniversary by renewing their wedding vows at Ned’s Point in Mattapoisett. The couple was taken to the ceremony in this classic ‘57 Chevy, which just so happens to be called “The Wanderer” and is owned by Jacqueline Sylvia, also of New Bedford. (Photo by and courtesy of Anita Silva).Sep 09, 2005
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Preserving Open Space792 viewsChristopher Makepeace, Joanna Bennett, Zelinda Douhan, and Richard Canning from the Makepeace Neighborhood Fund present a check to Erin Bryant and Susan Adams on behalf of the Rochester Land Trust. The $7,500 grant will be used to preserve open space in the Town of Rochester. (Photo courtesy of Susan Adams).Sep 09, 2005
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Back to School1643 viewsSummer’s over! Students throughout the tri-town area returned to school as early as last week. Here students file onto the bus just outside Old Hammondtown School in Mattapoisett at the conclusion of another school day. All schools in the Old Rochester Regional School District have resumed classes for the 2005-2006 school year. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Sep 09, 2005
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Look Who's 70 ...1046 viewsWho just turned 70 years young, you ask? We have it from reliable sources that none other than Rochester Town Administrator and longtime Mattapoisett resident James Huntoon (seen here keeping busy at work) commemorated the big 7-0 milestone on Wednesday, August 31. And we didn’t think Mr. Huntoon looked a day over 69! The Wanderer would like to take this opportunity to wish Mr. Huntoon a very Happy 70th Birthday and many more! (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Aug 31, 2005
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Bridging the Generation Gap1873 viewsRochester resident Jillian Jensen (center) poses with a few of her friends and fellow members of the Friends of the Elderly Kids Club which she founded some five years ago. The group makes regular visits to the elderly in area nursing homes and also collects Teddy Bears which they bring as gifts. Pictured here with Jillian are (l. to r.) Alec Govoni (Freetown); Bryce Govoni (Freetown); Danielle Hardy (Acushnet); and Kayla Govoni (Freetown). (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Aug 31, 2005
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1371 views(L. to R.) Rachel VanVoorhis, Leslie Boyle, Glenna Sanford, and Beth Martin (all from Mattapoisett) and Anne Jang, MD, pose with a copy of The Wanderer after having walked 60 miles from Topsfield, MA to Boston for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Three-Day Benefit. 11/25/04 editionAug 28, 2005
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1328 viewsMark Sanford and his son, Griffin Sanford, pose with a copy of The Wanderer at Camden Yards, MD, during a game between the Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles. Of course, the World Series Championship Red Sox team won! 12/23/04 edtionAug 28, 2005
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1009 viewsTed and Lola Mach of Mattapoisett took a cruise to Nassau, Bahamas earlier this year for Lola’s birthday. Here there are posing with a copy of The Wanderer at the entrance to the popular tourist mecca. 12/23/04 edtionAug 28, 2005
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