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Arbor Day 201821 viewsThe Town of Rochester held a rainy Arbor Day 2018 ceremony at Hillside Cemetery on Friday. Tree Warden Jeff Eldridge planted five dogwood trees along the edge of the cemetery, lining the road. Here, an appropriately dressed Matthew Monteiro presents the trees to the town. Photo courtesy Matthew MonteiroMay 02, 2018
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National Honor Society32 viewsORR High School inducted 61 of its students into the National Honor Society on April 26. Photo by Erin BednarczykMay 02, 2018
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Mattapoisett Road Race20 viewsPictured here is Bob Gardner, the founding father of the Mattapoisett Road Race, with Race Director Bill Tilden and Dan White, a road race committee volunteer. Photo courtesy Jeanne DowneyMay 02, 2018
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Arbor Day29 viewsRaising the Arbor Day Flag at Mattapoisett Town Hall in April 27 were Tree Warden Roland Cote, Tree Committee member Jodi Bauer, and Chairman Sandy Hering. Mattapoisett is celebrating its 10th year as a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation. Photo by Marilou NewellMay 02, 2018
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Marion Natural History Museum28 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum after-school group had fun inspecting some of the residents of vernal pools. With the use of magnifying glasses, we studied wood frog and salamander egg masses, log-cabin caddis-fly larvae, tadpoles, and various bugs. All specimens were returned to their original pool and now the students can recognize and, hopefully, protect these animals in the future. We also had a chance to handle some sphagnum moss and took a close look at the plant's structure to see whyMay 02, 2018
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Marion Natural History Museum28 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum after-school group had fun inspecting some of the residents of vernal pools. With the use of magnifying glasses, we studied wood frog and salamander egg masses, log-cabin caddis-fly larvae, tadpoles, and various bugs. All specimens were returned to their original pool and now the students can recognize and, hopefully, protect these animals in the future. We also had a chance to handle some sphagnum moss and took a close look at the plant's structure to see whyMay 02, 2018
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Marion Natural History Museum29 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum after-school group had fun inspecting some of the residents of vernal pools. With the use of magnifying glasses, we studied wood frog and salamander egg masses, log-cabin caddis-fly larvae, tadpoles, and various bugs. All specimens were returned to their original pool and now the students can recognize and, hopefully, protect these animals in the future. We also had a chance to handle some sphagnum moss and took a close look at the plant's structure to see whyMay 02, 2018
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Cleaning Marion27 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32May 02, 2018
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Cleaning Marion26 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32May 02, 2018
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Cleaning Marion30 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32May 02, 2018
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Cleaning Marion27 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32May 02, 2018
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Cleaning Marion23 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32May 02, 2018
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