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Firelighter Recipient315 viewsMax Risch of Marion (first, top row), the son of David and Jacqueline Risch, recently joined the ranks of distinction this summer when he received his Firelighter award from Kingsley Pines, an internationally recognized co-ed children’s camp in Raymond, ME. The Firelighter award is presented to individuals that set camp standards in terms of behavior, character, and leadership. It is an honor to be nominated by the staff and firelighters are looked upon as camp role models.Sep 22, 2006
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Closing A Chapter554 viewsRochester’s Facilities Manager Mike Meunier poses with outgoing Library Director Olivia Melo in front of the newly-finished front foyer at the Plumb Memorial Library — one of Ms. Melo’s completed projects. After three years as Library Director, Ms. Melo is leaving Rochester to take a job with the Lakeville Public Library. (Photo by Nancy MacKenzie).Sep 22, 2006
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Remarkable Recovery338 viewsDerek Ashworth, the son of Scott and Wendy Ashworth of Rochester, poses with Dr. David M. Lowell, MD, a board-certified neurologist and medical director of the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Cape and Islands, where Derek made a remarkable recovery after suffering from Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). Derek returned home this past weekend and is well on his way to what many have called a “miraculous recovery.” (Photo courtesy of Carole Stasiowski).Sep 12, 2006
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Faith, Food and Fun527 viewsChildren enjoy fun and games during the Mattapoisett Congregational Church’s Third Annual Homecoming Sunday at historic Ned’s Point in Mattapoisett. This “glorious day of fun, faith and food” opened the beginning of a new year for the congregation’s Sunday School program and concluded with a family picnic at the point. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).Sep 12, 2006
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Going to Greenland539 viewsFairhaven Library Director Carolyn Longworth poses with a copy of The Wanderer during a recnet trip to Tassiusaq, Greenland. (Photo courtesy of Carolyn Longworth).Sep 06, 2006
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Splish-Splash535 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett YMCA Summer Swim Team pose with a copy of The Wanderer. Pictured (bottom, l. to r.) Justin Gracia, Victoria Johnson, Harry Smith, Lizzie Machado, Kyleigh Barao, (center) Colleen Beatriz, (top, l. to r.) Laura Kelleher, Beth Smith, Jack Leclair. Other swim team members not pictured include Hannah and Mia Beams, Jack and Zoe Smith, Sophia Deery, Mary Kate McIntire, and Charlotte and Eliza Van Voris.Sep 06, 2006
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Old Orchard Beach495 viewsMolly and Bob Ross of Rochester pose with a copy of The Wanderer while recently vacationing in Old Orchard Beach, Maine.Sep 06, 2006
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Banding Together515 viewsMembers of the Old Hammondtown School Jazz Band pose with a copy of The Wanderer after winning a gold medal in competition at Stoughton High School last spring. (Photo by and courtesy of Kathy Eklund).Sep 06, 2006
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New Deputy in Town397 viewsSusan Murray pins a badge on her son, newly-appointed Mattapoisett Deputy Fire Chief Andrew Murray, during the recent Board of Selectmen’s meeting where Mr. Murray was formally appointed to the position. Fire Chief Ron Scott and members of the Mattapoisett Police and Fire Departments were also on hand as Mr. Murray worked for both departments. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Sep 06, 2006
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Pitchin' In397 viewsDoug McLaughlin of Rochester shows off the antique pitchfork he purchased for just $1 at the 33rd Annual Craft Fair and Flea Market held on the town green in front of the First Congregational Church in Rochester center. Despite some overcast weather, the fair was yet another success. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).Sep 06, 2006
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Gridiron Gang460 viewsMembers of the Old Rochester Youth Football (ORYF) team recently faced off against Dartmouth during their first home game of the season at Bulldog Stadium at ORR High School. The ORYF team will next play the Sakonnet Scooners on Sunday, September 10. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).Sep 06, 2006
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Locks of Love480 viewsWhile getting a back to school haircut, Camryn McNamara of Mattapoisett recently donated over 13 inches of hair to the charity “Locks of Love.” The organization provides wigs to children suffering from Alopecia or long-term hair loss due to illness. Camryn is a second grader at Center School in Mattpoisett and hopes some of her classmates might think about doing the same. “It made me feel very happy to give someone my hair who doesn’t have any,” she said.Aug 31, 2006
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