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The King and I1149 viewsBefore leaving the building, the one and only Elvis posed with a copy of The Wanderer alongside Paula and Doug Church, owners of Sisters in Mattapoisett, during a recent trip to Las Vegas to attend a Toni & Guy “TIGI” hair seminar. Ronny and Judy Galley (left), friends of the Churchs, were also visiting Las Vegas at the time to attend Ronny’s father’s wedding, and joined them for an audience with “The King.” (Photo courtesy of Paula Church).Oct 28, 2005
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Planting at the Point722 viewsSeveral members of Mattapoisett’s Tree Planting Committee (l. to r.) Paul Lambalot, Laura McLean, Charles Duponte, Kenny Pacheco and Todd Pacheco, recently installed three Halka locusts at Ned’s Point in Mattapoisett. The trees are living memorials for two people who enjoyed the scenic area. (Photo by and courtesy of Laura McLean).Oct 28, 2005
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Trick or Tree?665 viewsThis spooky spectre of a gnarled tree is located at the corner of Mattapoisett Road and New Bedford Road in Rochester. Looking like something that walked right out of the twisted forest in The Wizard of Oz, the tree seems right at home during this haunted season of All Hallow’s Eve. (Photo by and courtesy of Wendy Ashworth).Oct 28, 2005
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Pumpkin Patch Pair749 viewsThis odd couple was found riding a wagon in a pumpkin patch at Eastover Farm in Rochester recently and can be glimpsed again this weekend during a walking tour and barnyard visit sponsored by the Trustees of Reservations. The event will take place on Saturday, October 22 at 10:00 am and will include a hayride through the fields, pumpkin picking, and a pumpkin-painting activity. For more information, please call 508-679-2115, extension 10, or check out www.thetrustees.org. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Oct 19, 2005
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Artistic Expressions1441 viewsOne of the unique abstract depictions of a famous quote from W.C. Fields as interpreted by Rochester artist Renee Richard Ouellette which will be included in her one-person exhibit at the Wamsutta Club in New Bedford from November 1 through December 6, 2005. The club is open Monday-Thursday from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm, and Friday and Saturday from 9:30 am to 9:00 pm. There will be a reception to meet the artist on November 10 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. (Photo by and courtesy of Renee Richard Ouellette).Oct 19, 2005
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Ripe for the Picking677 viewsIt’s fall harvest time ... and in Rochester that means cranberries! Although not as prevalent as they once were, several family-owned cranberry bogs and farms are still maintained and thrive within the quaint farming community of Rochester. These ripe cranberries are now “ready for the picking” at the Fielding family farm in Rochester. (Photo by and courtesy of Greta Grundstrom).Oct 19, 2005
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Chicks and Treats1634 viewsLocal favorites That Chick Band include members (l. to r.) Sheila Furtado, Beverly Hilliard, Shelly D’Elia, Karen Dellacioppa, and Nancy Sparklin. The group will once again perform at the Marion Art Center’s “Halloween Hoopla” for one show only on Saturday, October 29 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $10 for MAC members and $12 general admission and reservations can be made by calling the Marion Art Center at 508-748-1266. (Photo courtesy of Wendy Bidstrup).Oct 05, 2005
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Sign of the Times888 viewsLast weekend members of the Rochester Lions Club and Rochester Police Department erected a community bulletin board in the center of town. Located near the busy intersection of Route 105, Dexter Lane and New Bedford Road, the bulletin board will allow groups, organizations and the town to advertise events and make announcements of interest to the townspeople. Anyone wishing to use the sign may pick up a Bulletin Board Use Form at the Rochester Police Station, Rochester Town Hall, or call Sergeant Bill Chamberlain at 508-763-8956, extension 153, or John and Linda Cobb at 508-763-8970. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Oct 05, 2005
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Cultivating Compassion1379 viewsPat Olney, Jean Kittridge and Barbara Whalen of the Garden Group ladies of the Mattapoisett Women’s Club, have been busy digging, dividing, and baking to benefit the hurricane victims. The group will hold a small plant sale/auction on Saturday, October 8 at 10:00 am at Dunseith Gardens on the corner of Route 6 and North Street in Mattapoisett, with all proceeds to benefit the American Red Cross.Sep 28, 2005
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Blues From Man in Blue1926 viewsRochester Police Officer Johnny Barnes, who is also the author of two self-published murder mysteries, poses with a copy of his new CD, Known Offenders, which collects both brand new and previously-released material from his heyday as an active member of the Boston music scene. The music can best be described as blues-flavored-rock, akin to The Rolling Stones and Stevie Ray Vaughan. The busy patrolman is also currently working on his third novel, tentatively titled Dead on the Internet. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Sep 28, 2005
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Train in Spain2330 viewsLindsay Days of Mattapoisett (center) poses with a copy of The Wanderer just before boarding an old wooden train from Soller to Palma Mallorca, Spain during a recent trip. With her are her grandparents, Larry and Diane Brewster.
Sep 23, 2005
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After the Storm1277 viewsJon and Brenda Nutter of Rochester pose with a copy of The Wanderer in Bush, LA, St. Tammany Parish, which is about 40 miles north of New Orleans, on August 30, 2005 — the day after Hurricane Katrina hit the area.Sep 23, 2005
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