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620 viewsKathy Goulart and Greg Galvan pose in their ‘70s garb with a copy of The Wanderer at the recent Dana Farber Cancer Benefit Dance held at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Route 6 in Mattapoisett on Saturday, February 12. The event, which featured classic ‘70s and ‘80s music, raised over $5,000 that will go directly for cancer research and treatment. (Photo by Michael Immel). 2/17/05 edition
Geraldo at Large617 viewsA Marion summer resident since 1980, TV news reporter Geraldo Rivera poses with a copy of The Wanderer just after his guest appearance on the FOX 25 Morning News Show’s “Zip Trip” remote from the Marion Town Wharf. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Tree House615 viewsLongtime Mattapoisett resident, Mercedes May Murolo poses with her brother and part-time Mattapoisett resident, Fred Murolo, after successfully finishing a beautiful marathon through the giant redwood trees in California, a few hours north of Mercy’s new home in Sonoma County. In The Avenue of the Giants Marathon, Mercy came in third in her class, Fred fourth in his, and both qualified for Boston in April. The two plan on running in the Mattapoisett Fourth of July Road Race.
611 viewsAunt Mercy (Mercedes) Murolo of Mattapoisett is seen posing here with Fredric and Lily Murolo — and a copy of The Wanderer — in San Francisco during a recent summer trip. (Photo courtesy of Mercy Murolo). 12/18/03 edition
606 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 edition
603 viewsOn Friday, March 18, members of the Old Hammondtown School Jazz Band performed to a standing-room-only crowd of music teachers at the Massachusetts Music Educators Association’s All-State Conference. Pictured are (back row, l. to r.) Jack Thomas, Michael Asci, Kyle Wheeler, Ben Burns, James Mock; (middle row, l. to r.) Nick Nadeau, Griffin Sanford, Michael Bliss, Tom Tucker, Travis Bliss, Brad Ellis; (front row, l. to r.) Teddy Kassabian, Jake Jaskolka, Laura Eklund, Jillian Zucco, and Rosemary Ramos. (Photo by and courtesy of Sandy Thomas). 3/24/05 edition
600 viewsLauren Jade Craig, daughter of David and Melissa Craig of Marion, holds The Wanderer on the family’s recent getaway to Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. Lauren is sitting on the boardwalk at Weirs Beach in front of MS Mount Washington. 12/26/02 edition
Three O'clock Jazz Band598 viewsThe Old Hammondtown School Three O'clock Jazz Band, led by Director Paul Halpainy, recently won a Silver Medal in the MAJE Festival in to Stoughton. Photo courtesy of Mike Bowman.
595 viewsCarmelo Nicolosi poses with daughter Juliana Nicolosi and nephew Raymond Lawton in front of a “giant snowman” they created during one of many recent snowstorms in Mattapoisett. (Photo courtesy of Carmelo Nicolosi). 4/7/50 edition
590 viewsAaron and Nate Rocha of Mattapoisett took a trip to London, England during February school vacation and remembered to take along a copy of their favorite local newspaper to pose with outside Buckingham Palace in Trafalga Square right after the famous “changing of the guards.” Aaron is a fifth grader at Old Hammondtown School and Nate is in third grade at Center School. (Photo by Wendy Rocha.) 4/12/01 edition
588 views(L. to R.) Peter Greco of Mattapoisett, Kevin Rocha of South Dartmouth, Jerry Pilkington of Seekonk, and dog sledding guide extraordinaire Deitan Chouinard from Les Chiens du Grand Nord in St-David-De-Falardeau, Canada pose with a copy of The Wanderer during a recent three-day great adventure trek. (Photo by Lester Reich). 6/24/04 edition
Rochester Restorer586 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.
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