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Remarkable Recovery351 viewsDerek Ashworth, the son of Scott and Wendy Ashworth of Rochester, poses with Dr. David M. Lowell, MD, a board-certified neurologist and medical director of the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Cape and Islands, where Derek made a remarkable recovery after suffering from Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). Derek returned home this past weekend and is well on his way to what many have called a “miraculous recovery.” (Photo courtesy of Carole Stasiowski).
Hot Rods in Rochester350 viewsLouis Aiello Jr. poses alongside his award-winning 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback which recently took the first place trophy in the 2006 Plumb Corner Hot Rod and Custom Car Show in Rochester. The annual event draws over 100 participants each year with proceeds benefitting the “A Wish Come True” organization.
Two Dons349 viewsDon A. Collasius and Don C. Collasius, both of Rochester, travel down the Mattapoisett River toward the finish line in boat #34 in the Memorial Day Boat Race. The duo finished 14th overall. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Firelighter Recipient327 viewsMax Risch of Marion (first, top row), the son of David and Jacqueline Risch, recently joined the ranks of distinction this summer when he received his Firelighter award from Kingsley Pines, an internationally recognized co-ed children’s camp in Raymond, ME. The Firelighter award is presented to individuals that set camp standards in terms of behavior, character, and leadership. It is an honor to be nominated by the staff and firelighters are looked upon as camp role models.
Mattapoisett Holiday Village Stroll 2006327 viewsRudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman were two of the guests on hand during Mattapoisett's first annual Holiday Village Stroll on Saturday, December 2 at various venues in and around Shipyard Park. The event included a visit from Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, and friends, along with the traditional town tree lighting ceremony. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
YMCA Waterfront Gala324 viewsPictured at last weekend’s YMCA Waterfront Gala in Mattapoisett are Bill and Melissa Whelan; Mr. and Ms. Frederick M. Kalisz Jr.; Mr. and Ms. Fernando Garcia; and special guest, former Red Sox pitcher Louie Tiant. A portion of the proceeds from the annual event will support upgrades to the Mattapoisett skate park and baseball fields as well as increase the shade areas on these sites. In addition, proceeds will also fund the “Make It Happen Campaign." (Photo by Laura McLean).
The Crab-a-Lots324 viewsMembers of the tri-town based Women’s Master (Blue Whale) “Crab-a-Lots” rowing team recently took part in the Buzzards Bay Rowing Club’s First Annual Whaleboat Races held during the Working Waterfront Festival in New Bedford on September 23. The dancing Crab-a-Lots were voted the most energetic team and the one showing the most team spirit with their personally painted crab t-shirts and crab-like dancing to the music of the band.
Toe Jam Puppet Performance324 viewsMembers of the Toe Jam Puppet Band recently brought their home-spun brand of entertainment to the Mattapoisett Knights of Columbus Hall on Sunday, February 11 for a concert and party that left the audience begging for more. Band members Tom and Vinny treated the packed house to an interactive blend of playgroup fun meets concert. For more information about the Toe Jam Puppet Band, visit their website at (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
River Runners321 viewsIan MacGregor of Rochester and Ian Donaghy of Blairsville, PA (Team #3) prepare to cross the finish line to take a fifth place overall win in the 2007 Memorial Day Boat Race on the Mattapoisett River. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Battle for the Finish319 viewsTeam #16 (Matthew Lawrence of Rochester and Nicholas Jenkins of East Freetown) battle it out with Team #23 (Chelsea Allen and Terry Allen, both of Acushnet) as they head toward the finish line in the 2007 Memorial Day Boat Race on the Mattapoisett River. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Waiting for Santa318 viewsA crowd gathers at Island Wharf in Marion awaiting a special visit from Santa Claus who came to attend the town's Annual Village Stroll via boat. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Lipstick Run316 viewsFour Canadian ladies who recently visited the tri-towns while on their annual “Lipstick Run” were (l. to r.) Barb Balanyk with her 1934 Ford Pick-Up Truck, riding shot gun with Shirley Holm; Liz Kitzul with her 1923 Ford T-Bucket with trailer; and Kathy Milne with her 1938 Chevy Sedan. All are also seen holding a copy of The Wanderer. (Photo courtesy of Frank Cabral).
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