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Triple Threat282 viewsBrian Hughes of Randolph, MA crosses the finish line in the 2008 Mattapoisett Lions Club Triathlon on Sunday, July 13 to take both first place overall and first male honors. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Summer Camp281 viewsFive-year-old Kenny plays the drum with Pulse Integration of Lynnwood, CT during the Fifth Annual Camp Angel Wings in Mattapoisett. Pulse Integration was one of the organizations mentoring youth at this year’s bereavement camp which was sponsored by Southcoast Home Care, Hospice and Palliative Care and Infusion Services of Fairhaven in collaboration with the Mattapoisett YMCA. (Photo courtesy of Joyce Brennan).
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Scouts Honor281 viewsMembers of Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53 prepare care packages that are going to soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan over the holidays. Donations are still being accepted to support our soldiers overseas. There is a local collection point at Mailbox Services on Route 6 in Mattapoisett. For more information about what things are needed for care packages, please check out the website of Cape Cod Cares For Our Troops at, or contact Troop 53 Scoutmaster Ron Ellis at 508-758-3311.
Basketball Champs279 viewsMembers of the 2008 Mattapoisett Sixth Grade Boys State Champion Basketball team include (back, l. to r.) Coach Reuter, Haydon Bergeron, AJ Maestas, Jarred Reuter, Nolan Bergeron, Jeremy Bare, and Coach Maestas (front, l. to r.) Chris Carando, Paul Graves, Andrew Dessert, Robbie Magee, and Colin Knapton.
Race Scholars278 viewsSeven Old Rochester Regional High School graduates and runners will each receive a $1,000 award from the proceeds of the recent Mattapoisett Road Race held on July 4. On August 6 in Shipyard Park, five of the seven runners were presented their awards, including (from left) Katelyn O’Brien, Lindsay Tilden, Peter Asci, Nikita Bourque and Cristiana Pineda. Award winners not pictured: Elizabeth Sylvia and Abby Oldham. (Photo courtesy of Louise Campbell).
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Farewell to George278 viewsA large group of local residents gathered at the Ned’s Point Lighthouse in Mattapoisett on Thursday evening, September 4 to offer a final goodbye and tribute to the late George Liberty III, the owner of George’s Deli and Take-Out and a well-known and well-respected tri-town resident. Mr. Liberty and his wife, Bec, were quite fond of the scenic Ned’s Point locale, and would often go there to watch the sun set. (Photo montage courtesy of Carol Ingram).
Ann Lynch Day277 viewsThe Mattapoisett Board of Selectmen recently proclaimed May 22, 2007 as "Ann Lynch Day" in Mattapoisett. Ms. Lynch recently retired from the Boston Health System after working for 28 years for the Veterans Administration Hospital. She also served in the United States Army from 1967 to 1977. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Memorial Day 2007277 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Girl Scouts and Brownie Troop march during Mattapoisett's Annual Memorial Day Parade held in the village on Monday, May 28. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Harbor Days 2007276 viewsMattapoisett's annual seaside Harbor Days festival, sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, was held in Shipyard Park on the weekend of July 20-22, drawing thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
Scout's Honor276 viewsMattapoisett Police Officer Anthony Days recently helped second-year scouts of Mattapoisett’s Webelos Den #1 earn their Readyman Badge. Pictured here (l. to r. ) are James Leidhold, Owen Lee, Kyle Boyle, Officer Days, Lars Eklund, Mike Pelligrino and Dyland Fellippe. (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold).
Logo Planting275 viewsOn Saturday, May 26, members of the town's 150th Birthday Garden Club planted a special 150th birthday garden at the Town Wharf. The garden that they created is a planted recreation of the logo for the town's birthday. (Photo by Danny White).
Executive Branches275 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Tree Planting Committee help plant a red maple tree donated by Deborah Smiley and her husband, Sam Ogle, at Center School in Mattapoisett. The historic tree was raised from seed taken from a red maple that still grows at the Mansion House Farm at Mount Vernon — the estate home of our first President, George Washington. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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