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Mission Improvisation841 viewsSaxophone players Travis and Michael Bliss are joined by bass guitarist Ian McLean. The youngsters find time outside school band practices to jam together in an improvisational jazz combo. (Photo by and courtesy of Laura McLean).
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Spirit of America815 viewsThe Spirit of America Marching Band will present its 2005 Field Show, “Quest for Honor,” a dynamic show of music in motion exploring the themes of Honor, Love, Truth, Sacrifice and Loyalty, on the following dates and locations: Friday, August 12 at 7:00 pm: Falmouth Academy in Falmouth (featuring Summer Sounds Music Camp Concert Band at 6:30 pm); Wednesday, August 17 at 8:00 pm: Eldredge Park in Orleans, MA; and Thursday, August 18 at 7:00 pm: “Concerts in the Park” at Mass Maritime Academy, Buzzards Bay.
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Fatal Fire811 viewsA devastating house fire at 13 Briar Road in the Point Connett area of Mattapoisett claimed the life of the sole occupant, 72-year-old Carlton Cook, on Sunday afternoon, February 3. (Photo by Paul Lopes).
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It's Christmas Carol!807 viewsMattapoisett’s Center School students in Grades 1 and 2 and members of the Intergenerational Chorus will present “It’s Christmas Carol,” a fun musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol where elves are the characters, on Thursday December 22 at 9:30 am. Jean West directs the production with scenery by Luice Moncevitch and assisted by James Bradshaw. (Photo by and courtesy of Laura McLean).
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Preserving Open Space804 viewsChristopher Makepeace, Joanna Bennett, Zelinda Douhan, and Richard Canning from the Makepeace Neighborhood Fund present a check to Erin Bryant and Susan Adams on behalf of the Rochester Land Trust. The $7,500 grant will be used to preserve open space in the Town of Rochester. (Photo courtesy of Susan Adams).
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802 viewsHallie and Jack Thomas of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer while recently learning how to catch a lobster aboard the “Lucky Catch,” a working lobster boat out of Casco Bay in Portland, ME. (Photo by Sandy Thomas). 11/25/04 edition
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Beach Reading800 views(front, l. to r.) Joanne Fitts Bobola, Dona Morgan, (back, l. to r.) Judy Joaquim Harrison, and Linda Mello pose with a copy of The Wanderer at a beach in North Turo during a recent vacation trip.
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ORR Sportsmanship800 viewsOld Rochester Regional High School Athletic Director Bob Catalini recently announced that the South Coast Conference awarded three of the school’s winter sports teams with the coveted SCC Sportsmanship Award. Congratulations to the Boys Basketball Team; the Girls Indoor Track Team; and the Boys Ice Hockey Team. Bob also announced that Patrick Haverty, a senior on the ORR Hockey Team, received the individual Sportsmanship Award. (L. to R.) ORR Athletic Director Bob Catalini, Pat Haverty and Coach Jay Hiller.
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Fatal Fire799 viewsA devastating house fire at 13 Briar Road in the Point Connett area of Mattapoisett claimed the life of the sole occupant, 72-year-old Carlton Cook, on Sunday afternoon, February 3. (Photo by Paul Lopes).
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796 viewsAlan Pratt of 1 Cannon Street in Mattapoisett is seen here floating with a copy of The Wanderer on the Dead Sea during a recent trip in September 2004. Mr. Pratt and his wife, Cynthia Good, traveled to visit Alan’s son Jonathan who is serving with the State Department in Amman Jordan. (Photo courtesy of Alan Pratt). 10/21/04 edition
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Wanderer Model795 viewsThis intricately detailed model of the whaling bark Wanderer was built by David Barker and Neale Birdsall, both of Marion, and was commissioned by Mr. Barker for his private maritime collection. Mr. Barker has maintained a lifelong fascination with the whaling ship which dates back to his father’s finding artifacts from the historic vessel floating in the water just after it was destroyed on the rocks off Cuttyhunk Island in 1924. (Photo by and courtesy of David Barker).
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Clowning Achievement792 viewsThe YMCA of the Southcoast in New Bedford was recently presented with a grant of $25,000 from Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) of Eastern New England during halftime at a Boston Celtics game. Pictured (l. to r.) are Charlie Winterhalter, President, RMHC of Eastern New England and McDonald’s Owner/Operator; Edie Stevenson, Executive Director, RMHC of Eastern New England; Ronald McDonald; Gary Schuyler, President, YMCA Southcoast; David Joseph, Executive Director, Dartmouth YMCA; and Lucky.
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