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2007 Marion Cover Contest Entry265 viewsEntry for the 2007 Marion Cover Art Contest submitted by Linda Costa
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Chop Off the ol' Block265 viewsThe popular Woodsman Show kicked off a weekend full of old-fashioned, family-friendly fun and entertainment as the Eighth Annual Rochester Country Fair got underway. Here a participant chops his way through the “springboard competition” during Friday night’s show. Throngs of people made their way to Rochester’s town center on August 17, 18 and 19 to enjoy sack races, bullfrog races, a block dance and bonfire, and a festive parade on Sunday with the theme “Set Sail to the Islands.” (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Masterpieces in Marion264 viewsMarion artist Peter Stone’s oil painting “Morning Crescent” is just one of the works that will be on display during the Marion Art Center’s Fiftieth Anniversary Invitational Show which opens on with a gala on Friday, June 22 with a reception to meet the artists from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. The Fiftieth Anniversary Invitational Show will be on display in both galleries at the Marion Art Center through July 25. (Photo courtesy of Peter Stone).
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2007 Halloween Covert Art Entry264 views2007 Halloween Covert Art Entry
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Dancing in the Street263 viewsMarion's Benjamin D. Cushing Post VFW 2425 gave the town one last chance to kick up its heels before sending the kids back to school as they threw an end-of-the-season Block Party in honor the town’s World War II and other veterans. The event held on Spring Street in front of Marion’s Town House on Saturday night, August 25 also helped raised funds for the town's ambulance fund. (Photo by Laurie Chiarito).
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Rodeo Champs263 views(L. to R.) Rochester Highway Department members Bob Lake, Highway Surveyor Jeff Eldridge, and Bob Laferriere pose with the trophy they received for taking First Place in the recent New England Chapter of the American Public Works Association’s (APWA) Regional Snow Plow Rodeo held in Manchester, NH. Rochester’s Highway Department has won multiple awards in past competitions, but this marks the first time they have taken top honors in both the state and regional events in the same year. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Volunteering in Rochester263 viewsAn Army of volunteers descended on the Dexter Lane Sports Complex on Saturday, March 28 to build a much-anticipated playground for the town of Rochester. The project is the result of a community wide fundraising effort spearheaded by Craig Davignon's 4th grade class at Rochester Memorial School over the last several years. (Photo by Robert Chiarito) April 2, 2009 edition
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Salty's Fun-o-Rama263 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust will be unveiling a new playground on August 15 in Dunseith Gardens, home of Salty the Seahorse. The playground was a collective effort from various Mattapoisett residents, who donated time and materials. Photo by Paul Lopes. August 13, 2009 edition
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Groundhog Cover Entry 2007262 viewsEntry for the 2007 Groundhogs Day Cover Art Contest submitted by Serena Jaskolka
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Mission to Marion262 viewsJamey and Justin Crisler, better known as ‘The Alabama Blues Brothers,’ will be bringing their tribute to the great Jake and Elwood Blues to Silvershell Beach in Marion on Friday, July 13 for the annual summer concert to benefit the Marion Police Brotherhood. The show will begin at 8:00 pm and tickets are $10 at the door, or free to those who have contributed to the Marion Police Brotherhood’s recent fund-raising campaign.
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Bargain Hunting in Rochester261 viewsReverend Leo Christian of the First Congregational Church of Rochester poses during the church’s 34th Annual Flea Market held on the town green on Saturday, September 1. There was a little something for everyone at the fundraiser as shoppers meandered from booth to booth carrying the day’s bargains and purchases. (Photo by Robert Chairito).
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Leaving Home261 viewsA sea of white and blue caps and gowns dotted the campus of Upper Cape Tech Regional High School for the first time in 38 years last Sunday, June 1, as 150 students — the school’s largest graduating class to date — received their diplomas on their own home turf after years of holding commencement at nearby Bourne High School. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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