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Marion Musical Melodrama551 viewsCast members of the Marion Art Center’s (MAC) summer production of The Drunkard include (l. to r.) Kim Krasky as “Mary the Heroine,” Kevin Halligan as “Edward the Hero,” and Rex McGraw as “The Villain.” Based on an 1844 temperance play by W.H.S. Smith, the MAC version of the show is based on a later 1970s adaption penned by Bro Herrod with music and lyrics by Barry Manilow. The show will be staged on July 28 and 29, August 3, 4 and 5 at 8:00 pm. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jul 19, 2006
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Flying the Town's Flag407 views(L. to R.) Mattapoisett artist Peter Martin, Mattapoisett Lions Club President Lance Calise, and Arthur Blackburn, Chairman of the Lions Club Flag Project, pose with the Mattapoisett town flag designed by Mr. Martin. The flag hangs in the Hall of Flags at the State House depicting the history and spirit of the Mattapoisett community. The Mattapoisett Lions Club will be selling flags at Harbor Days and throughout the year for $35 to benefit Lions Club charities and commemorating the Town’s 150th anniversary.Jul 11, 2006
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Rochester Racer Excels679 viewsTen-year old Rochester resident Patrick DeLowery poses with his proud father, Joed. Patrick has won over 50 motocross races in the New England region over the past five years and will participate in the prestigious AMA/Air Nautiques Amateur National Motocross Championships at Loretta Lynn’s Tennessee ranch next month. (Photo by Nancy MacKenzie).Jul 11, 2006
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Planted in Mattapoisett432 views(L. to R.) Katherine, Ben, Patrick and Laura Shachoy stand by their newly-planted Kousa Dogwood, marking the first tree in the Mattapoisett Tree Committee’s 150 by 150 tree-planting project. The year-long campaign is being planned to commemorate the town’s 150th Anniversary in 2007. (Photo by and courtesy of Laura McLean).Jul 11, 2006
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Painting the Town529 viewsMattapoisett artist Anthony Days works on a scenic watercolor landscape for the third annual “Paint the Town ... A Fresh Paint Event” to benefit the Mattapoisett Free Public Library. The event was held in anticipation of this weekend’s Harbor Days Festival and as part of a series of day-long activities which culminated with an auction of the paintings created earlier in the day and a “Taste of the Town” which showcased over a dozen local restauranteurs. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jul 11, 2006
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July 4 Road Race499 viewsRunners step off for the 36th Annual Mattapoisett Road Race, the town's own July 4 tradition. The 2006 running of the five-mile race ran through Mattapoisett village and around Ned’s Point Lighthouse. Runners were timed by ankle computer chips.
Jul 06, 2006
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Tops in Tennis618 viewsWinners of the Seventh Annual Mattapoisett Community Tennis Association (MCTA) Tournament held on June 30 include (l. to r.) Mike Ailes, Mattapoisett; Sugar Broughton, Wareham; Dave King, East Wareham; and Wayne Miller, Mattapoisett. The MCTA is a non-profit organization for tennis players in the tri-town area and surrounding communities. The goal of the MCTA is to promote area tennis and eventually rebuild three tennis courts at Center School in Mattapoisett.Jul 06, 2006
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Nightfall at Ned's Point610 viewsThe iconic Ned’s Point Lighthouse in Mattapoisett pictured on a warm summer night. The lighthouse will once again be open for tours during July and August, courtesy of the local Coast Guard Auxiliary. (Photo by and courtesy of Bharat ‘Bill’ Patel).Jul 06, 2006
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Gardens by the Sea568 viewsJust one of the impressive and colorful private gardens in Marion that will be open for tours during the fourth annual “Gardens by the Sea” sponsored by Saint Gabriel’s Episcopal Church. The event will take place on Friday, June 30, with gardens open from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm. (Photo by and courtesy of Laura McLean).Jun 29, 2006
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Rochester Restorer599 viewsWilliam Maxwell of Rochester poses with a copy of The Wanderer outside a house he helped to restore in the wake of the disaster in Chalmette, Louisiana, just outside of New Orleans. Like many others, Mr. Maxwell volunteered to help with crucial relief efforts down south.Jun 29, 2006
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Waterfall Wanderer642 viewsToya Doran Gabeler, who grew up in Mattapoisett and still comes home every summer to her family’s cottage at Angelica Point, poses here with a copy of The Wanderer during a trip to Puerto Iguazu, Argentina last February. Here she is seen standing at Iguazu Falls, a UNESCO world heritage site where there are over 300 waterfalls!Jun 29, 2006
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Peggy's Pick552 viewsPeggy Johnson, seen here celebrating her 85th birthday this past January, poses with copies of her favorite local reading material, The Wanderer. Ms. Johnson was a lifelong summer resident of Point Connett in Mattapoisett and sadly passed away on February 5, 2006.Jun 29, 2006
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