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659 viewsMembers of Mattapoisett Girl Scout Brownie Troop #118 recently took an overnight camping trip to Wind-in-the-Pines in Plymouth, MA and remembered to take along a copy of The Wanderer with them, which they posed with here. Troop members pictured include: (seated front row, l. to r.) Alexandra Pickering, Alison Roney, Laura Ecklund, Katie Kiernan, (second row, l. to r.) Joanna MacDonald-Ingham (co-leader), Demitra Pickering, Scotlyn Adler, Amanda LeFabvre, Sofia Ellis, (back row, l. to r.) Carol Adler (leader), Camile Adler, Katherine Bernier (weekly volunteer), Mary Beth Kiernan (co-leader), and Patricia Monteiro-Pickering (co-leader). The troop enjoyed swimming, canoeing, camp fires, crafts, and much more! (Photo courtesy of Patricia Monteiro-Pickering). 8/29/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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604 viewsThe “Dog Days of Summer” may be over, but this one-year-old Yellow Lab named “Margaux” is taking advantage of the remaining nice weather to sit outside and read his favorite news source, The Wanderer. His owners, Fransje and Nick Zucchero of Mattapoisett, always make sure to read it first before Margaux gets a hold of it. (Photo by and courtesy of Fransje Zucchero). 9/19/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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627 viewsMaddie Ellms (left) and Sarah Mui (right), both Mattapoisett residents, pose with The Wanderer in front of the Roman Forum. Both girls spent the previous semester abroad studying in Italy. Maddie went with AFS from Old Rochester Regional High School and Sarah went with Richmond University from Providence College. (Photo courtesy of Maddie Ellms). 10/10/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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524 viewsDuring a trip to Paris this past Easter, John DeRugeris, a resident of Mattapoisett and Marion for the past 22 years, posed with friend Sonni Siegel from Rockville Centre, NY with the statue of Venus DiMilo which is housed in the Louvre Museum in Paris. The Louvre also boasts the Mona Lisa and Winged Victory as its most popular pieces. 5/23/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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530 viewsBob and Angela Moshiri of Marion Road in Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer during a recent trip to the land “Down Under.” They’re sitting on a statue of a “Moa,” one of the largest birds in the world which became extinct some 300 years ago and was indigenous to NZ. 5/23/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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485 viewsRichard and Virginia Cutler of Rochester pose with a copy of The Wanderer at the North Pole in Alaska during a recent April visit. Sadly, there was no sign of that famous bearded guy in the red suit; to which Richard was heard commenting to his wife: “Yes, Virginia, there isn’t a Santa Claus.” 5/23/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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518 views (l. to r.) Christina, Caroline and Luke Johns of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer aboard their boat Mergalo while spending six months recently in the Caribbean. This was taken just off the Island of Grenada by dad, David Johns. 5/23/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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517 viewsDave Anmahian of Mattapoisett and his wife Jan recently posed with a copy of The Wanderer at the country’s smallest post office located in Ochopee, near the Florida Everglades. 5/23/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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516 viewsJoan Jepson of Marion poses with a copy of The Wanderer outside the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Argentina during a visit in February. The Teatro is an acoustically-perfect Opera House in Bueno Aires. 4/18/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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524 viewsJeff and Deb Chase of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer below a statue of “Alexander the Great” in front of the Cathedral of Helsinki in Finland during a trip last fall. Jeff traveled there to walk Finnish exchange student Lisa, who visited the couple in Mattapoisett in 1990, down the aisle for her wedding. (Photo courtesy of Deb Chase). 4/25/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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483 viewsAfter a year and a half of sponsoring our “Wandering Wanderers” photo submission contest, Fairhaven’s Walter F. Tyz has to take the prize for most clever submission. Mr. Tyz sent this photo along with a note stating “I got a passport and motored all the way to Mattapoisett with my copy of The Wanderer (and) posed in front of the edifice and adjacent areas of that exotic location.” Yes, here he is standing in front of our office on County Road in Mattapoisett. Oddly enough, it’s the last place we think of in terms of ideal “vacation spots,” but to each his own. (Photo courtesy of Walter Tyz). 5/9/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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517 viewsPatricia and Matthew Costa of Mattapoisett recently experienced the mysteries of “Stonehenge” in Salisbury, England and took time to pose with a copy of The Wanderer in front of the famous landmark. Matthew, a Holy Cross student, has spent his junior year studying abroad at the University of Sussex in Brighton, England, and his mother, dad and brother recently visited him during Easter break. (Photo courtesy of Patricia Costa). 5/23/02 editionAug 19, 2005
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