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Groundhog Cover Entry 2007327 viewsEntry for the 2007 Groundhogs Day Cover Art Contest submitted by Marcy Smith
Bard Again326 viewsStudents in the Grade 5 and 6 Drama Club at Rochester’s Memorial School rehearse for their annual Shakespeare production which will be performed under the direction of Danni Kleiman on Thursday, April 10 at 1:00 pm and again on Friday, April 11 at 7:00 pm at the school. This year the club will proudly present The Bard’s Twelfth Night featuring 22 actors and six stage crew members made up of Grade 5 and 6 students with two additional Grade 4 students involved in the production. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Most Valuable Teacher325 viewsMarion resident and ORR sophomore Sarah Walsh (left) poses with ORR teacher Julie Wheeler (right) and "Wally the Green Monster" (center) at Fenway Park during an historic game on September 1. Sarah recently wrote an essay nominating Ms. Wheeler as a Most Valuable Teacher (MVT) as part of a joint program sponsored by the Boston Red Sox and the Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA) to recognize and honor outstanding teachers. (Photo courtesy of Shaun Walsh).
Baseball in Rochester324 viewsAbout 100 players in the Rochester Youth Baseball (RYB) Little League participated in the official Opening Day parade and ceremony held in the town center on Saturday morning, April 19. The players along with their family members and friends, marched from the town green near Town Hall to the Dexter Lane ballfields behind the Police Station where team rosters and schedules were announced For more information about RYB, visit (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Escape to New York323 viewsThe girls of Mattapoisett Brownie Troop #75 recently escaped for a trip to New York City on April 14 where they visited the Statue of Liberty and posed with a copy of The Wanderer at the base of the monument. (Photo courtesy of Brownie Leader Sandy Thomas).
Book Smart322 viewsOld Hammondtown School in Mattapoisett recently completed their first-ever “Reading Idol” program which began in February. Students were given incentive raffle tickets for every hour of extracurricular reading they did which could be exchanged for chances to win various prizes during a school assembly held on Friday, June 1. Pictured here (l. to r.) are the Top Four winners of this year’s Reading Idol contest: Rose Haznar (Grade 6, second place); Kristin Nascimento (Grade 6, first place); Lenny Murphy (Grade 5, fourth place); and Jackie Dyson (Grade 4, third place). (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Arts in Action321 viewsA weeklong Book Fair and fund-raising effort at Sippican School in Marion concluded with the Second Annual Arts in Action event on Saturday, April 28. Artists, musicians and creative people of all types were on hand to provide a sampling of their talents in an effort to raise money and awareness for the school's library. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Fruits of their Labor321 viewsMembers of the Souza family of Rochester — (l. to r.) Lori Souza, Tyler Souza, David Souza, Kerrin Souza, and Kayla Souza — all pitched in last weekend to help harvest this year’s crop of cranberries at one of the few remaining bogs in town. The family recently took over the bog in an effort to revive and continue the proud farming tradition for which the area has become known. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
A Tribute to Heroes321 viewsMattapoisett artist and sculptor Keith Francis poses with the sculpture he designed and built in tribute to the Worcester Six, the firefighters who perished in the tragic Worcester Warehouse fire on December 3, 1999. The massive one-ton sculpture now sits in his North Street backyard in clear view of several neighbors who are either firefighters, retired firefighters or relatives of firefighters. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Seeds of Liberty321 viewsMembers of Rochester Boy Scout Troop 31 who participated in the recent dedication of a newly-planted Liberty Elm tree on the front lawn of the Plumb Memorial Library in Rochester included (from left) Sam York, Scoutmaster Mr. Bernier, Jeremy Stubbs, Chris Bernier, and Chad Underhill. The troop presented a framed version of Thomas Paine’s poem Liberty Tree to Rochester Selectman Richard Nunes to be hung within Town Hall. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Melville in Bronze321 viewsDavid Englund’s bronze bust of Herman Melville. (Photo by Sarah K. Taylor). February 5, 2009 edition
Groundhog Cover Entry 2007320 viewsEntry for the 2007 Groundhogs Day Cover Art Contest submitted by Becky Koerner
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