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Water Wedding406 viewsM.J. Linane of Saugus, MA, and Elise Goyette of Rochester (Team #43) became engaged while making the final trek down the Mattapoisett River in the 2007 Memorial Day Boat Race. A banner asking Elise for her hand in marriage was hung along the Arch Bridge in Mattapoisett just before the two made their way to the finish line. (Photo by Tim Smith).
Water Works403 viewsLittle did Elise Goyette of Rochester know that her partner in boat #43, M.J. Linane, was planning to finish their adventure on the Mattapoisett River with a marriage proposal after crossing the finish line. This sign was posted as the duo made their final trek toward the Herring Weir. (Photo by Tim Smith).
Here Comes Santa Claus397 viewsSanta arrives in Shipyard Park during Mattapoisett's first annual Holiday Village Stroll on Saturday, December 2. Santa also brought along Mrs. Claus, his helpful elves, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, and Frosty the Snowman to delight children during the festivities. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
"Jaws of Life"391 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Fire Department provide a demonstration of the “Jaws of Life” during the recent Open House held on Thursday, October 5 at the Mattapoisett Fire Station. The family-friendly event is held each year in conjunction with National Fire Prevention Week to educate the public on the department’s life-saving abilities and fire and safety techniques. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Co-Ed Captains376 viewsHelaina Sacco and Peter Sacco, both of Rochester, cruise down the final stretch of the Memorial Day Boat Race on the Mattapoisett River to capture first place in the Co-Ed Division with a final time of 2:08:51. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Smooth Sailing372 viewsM.J. Linane of Saugus, MA, found a unique way to propose to his new fiancee, Elise Goyette of Rochester. As the two made their way down the Mattapoisett River during this year's Memorial Day Boat Race, family members posted a banner on the arch bridge in Mattapoisett, asking Elise if she would marry M.J. Here M.J. makes a more formal proposal after completing the race. (Photo by Tim Smith).
Rochester Rings in New Year371 viewsNew Year’s Eve came early as the Rochester Council on Aging (COA) hosted their First Annual New Year’s Eve Party at the Rochester Senior Center on Friday, December 29. The revelers who attended the party were treated to everything one would expect in a New Year’s celebration. The occaision included music, bubbling drinks, streamers, party hats and a balloon drop and, there was even a master of ceremonies answering to the name Dick Clark! (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Lulu's Rose Colored Walk370 viewsGretchan Pyne of Wareham, author of Lulu’s Rose-Colored Glasses and the founder of Lulu’s Rose-Colored Walk and Family Festival, is seen here during the second annual benefit event which kicked off at the Cape Cod Canal in Buzzards Bay on Saturday, September 29. Proceeds from the event went to the Make It Happen Campaign and to provide memberships to the Wareham YMCA for families in need. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Man With a Horn366 viewsTrumpeter Bob Williamson of Mattapoisett is seen here playing at a recent performance of the Marion Concert Band. The popular weekly summer series of free concerts is held on Mondays beginning at 7:30 pm at the bandstand on Island Wharf in Marion. (Photo by Andrew T. Gallagher).
Santa, Baby365 viewsSimonne Chiarito has her first sitdown with Santa Claus during Mattapoisett's first annual Holiday Village Stroll on Saturday, December 2 at Shipyard Park. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Doubling Up360 viewsConor MacGregor and Danny MacGregor (Team #27) pull ahead as fellow Rochesterites Carl Dias and Aren Johansen (Team #26) follow closely behind as they make their way to the finish line in the 2007 Memorial Day Boat Race on the Mattapoisett River. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Family Affair352 viewsLouise Sylvia Hogan (92) looks over family photos during the recent family reunion of the John S. and Emilia F. Sylvia family held at the Holy Ghost Grounds in Mattapoisett on July 15. The event drew four generations of Sylvia descendants, all of whom can claim roots to Mattapoisett and the tri-town area. (Photo courtesy of Natalie Sylvia Hemingway).
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