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Readers in Rochester263 viewsRochester Selectman Dan McGaffey reads to students in Mr. Davignon’s fourth grade class at Memorial School during last week’s “Reading is Fundamental” guest reader program. Mr. McGaffey also took the opportunity to give the class a quick civics lesson and explained the differences between the town and city forms of government within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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2007 Marion Cover Contest Winner!262 viewsEntry for the 2007 Groundhogs Day Cover Art Contest submitted by Lucille Jardin entitles "I'll go if you will."
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Bargain Hunting in Rochester262 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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Living Logo259 viewsMembers of Mattapoisett’s 150th Garden Group recently posed for this aerial shot of the sesquicentennial logo they recreated out of plantings at Shipyard Park. The group members have put in countless hours planting this and other beds from Shipyard Park to Ned’s Point to commemorate the town’s 150th birthday. This photo is also being planned as the cover for the next Annual Town Report. (Photo courtesy of Danny White).
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Raising the Bar259 viewsGymnast Cassandra “Cassey” Mello of Rochester recently represented the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in a regional meet of the Junior Olympics, one step from a place in the national meet, and she was one of only seven athletes to be included on the Massachusetts state team which participated in the Region Six competition. (Photo by and courtesy of Stew Milne - www.stewmilne.com).
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Nautical St. Nick258 viewsSanta Claus arrived via “water sleigh” in Sippican Harbor in Marion on Sunday, December 14 to participate in the town’s annual Christmas Village Stroll. After arriving at Barden’s Boatyard and wading through a group of eager little girls and boys, Santa climbed onto a horse and buggy and took rides with children through the streets of Marion’s center village. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Spring into Summer258 viewsMany people took advantage of the recent unseasonably warm weather. Photo by Robert Chiarito (April 30, 2009 edition)
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House Boat258 viewsOn September 22, a construction crew continues to work on dislodging a house on Wilber’s Point in Fairhaven. The house will be loaded onto a barge and floated over Buzzard’s Bay to its new location on Brant Beach Ave. in Mattapoisett. Since tides and winds are critical to safely moving the house, the move has been rescheduled several times. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley
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Sparky Makes the Rounds257 viewsSparky the Fire Dog had a busy weekend recently, making the rounds to Open House events at both the Mattapoisett and Marion Fire Departments on Saturday, October 11. Here Sparky greets visitors to the Mattapoisett Fire Department on Route 6. Both departments had demonstrations and presentations on fire safety, along with fun and games for the kids. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Fun at the Fair257 viewsIt was fun in the August sun at the 2009 Rochester Country Fair. Plumb Corner was transformed into the ultimate fairground, with lots of craft and food vendors, and fun activities. Fair-goers enjoyed a scarecrow contest, a tractor-pull, a frog jumping contest, a children's parade, and so much more. Buck-Chuck and The Wanderer Aardvark were there! Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Easy Riders256 viewsYoung riders prepare to participate in the second annual Tri-Town Ride for Kids which took place at Center School in Mattapoisett on Saturday, June 14 as part of the Pan Mass Challenge (PMC) to benefit the Jimmy Fund and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in their fight against cancer. Organized by local residents and spearheaded by Kathy Gauvin, the event saw hundreds of kids ranging in age from 3 to 15 years ride through the tree-lined streets of Mattapoisett Village. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Hay Bride!256 viewsChildren demonstrated their talent at the fine art of scarecrow making at the Mattapoisett Free Public Library on Saturday, October 16, 2010. The event was sponsored by Friends of the Mattapoisett Library. Photos by Felix Perez. October 21, 2010 edition
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