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533 viewsHelen McGowan Gardner and Trudy McCormack of Mattapoisett recently took a trip to Ireland and remembered to take along a copy of their hometown newspaper, The Wanderer, which they posed with here. (Photo courtesy of Trudy McCormack). 12/18/03 edition
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Splish-Splash533 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.
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532 viewsGeorge Kirby of Rochester poses with his family, as well as his sister Michelle (also a Rochester native), at Laguna Quilatoa in Ecuador. Michelle built an inn in the mountains and moved to Ecuador 10 years ago. Members of the Kirby family pictured here with a copy of The Wanderer include George holding daughter Grace; his wife Shari; his son Zack holding The Wanderer; Sam in front; son George in back (right); and sister Michelle (far right). (Photo courtesy of George Kirby). 3/18/04 edition
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Football Hall of Fame531 viewsAndrew and Danya Bichsel pose with a copy of The Wanderer in Canton, Ohio while recently visiting the Pro Football Hall of Fame over Thanksgiving break. (Photo by and courtesy of Michael and Heather Bichsel). (11/30/06 issue).
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530 viewsRemember the Alamo! Kim Gunderson of Mattapoisett poses with a copy of The Wanderer in San Antonio, Texas outside The Alamo with her friend, Nicole Kearns. The two friends went to visit their best friend Kelly Oliveira there over April vacation and took the opportunity to visit the famous Texan landmark ... and bring along a copy of the Mattapoisett newspaper. (Photo courtesy of Kelly Oliveira). 05/10/01 edition
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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 edition
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530 viewsMembers of the Belliveau family of Rochester pose with copies of The Wanderer at the recent Belliveau Family Reunion held in August 2004 in Belliveau Cover, Nova Scotia, Canada. Pictured here are Rochester residents six-year-old Sarah, eleven-year-old Tyler, and eight-year-old Jessica with cousins Jonathon and William Latino. 1/20/05
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529 viewsJanice, Hilary and Katie Kearns of Mattapoisett traveled to Cosmel, Mexico for their February vacation and were able to find a familiar-looking seahorse seat on which to pose with a copy of The Wanderer. The trio made a brief stop while on a cruise ship, which can be glimpsed in the background. (Photo courtesy of the Kearns family.) 4/12/01 edition
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529 viewsJohn and Judy Simpson of Rochester took along their favorite local reading material, The Wanderer, during a recent trip to the ever-popular Grand Canyon National Park. 6/21/01 edition
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529 viewsLittle Sam Hartley-Matteson of Mattapoisett poses with a copy of The Wanderer in a sunflower maze on his grandparents’ dairy farm in upstate New York during a recent vacation there. Now that the unofficial end of summer is here, it’s good to look back at one final “summertime” image before turning our thoughts to fallen leaves, Halloween and the forthcoming holidays. This picture was submitted by Sam’s mom and dad, Amy and Jesse, who helped little Sam strike this adorable pose. 9/13/01 edition
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529 viewsRichard and Shane Wilhelmsen of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer just outside the Coliseum in Rome during a recent family trip to Rome, the Greek Isles, and Athens. (Photo courtesy of Rebecca Wilhelmsen). 1/17/02 edition
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528 viewsCould this be “Dog Day Afternoon”? No, it’s Alan and Toby Bulotsky of Mattapoisett, posing proudly with a copy of The Wanderer during a recent visit to the Henry Ford Museum in Detroit, Michigan. The museum is known for many exotic and unique vehicles, including this easily-recognizable product promoter. 12/20/01 edition
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