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Citizen Cane745 viewsMinnie Fermino of 12 Baptist Street in Mattapoisett was recently bestowed with the Boston Post Cane as the town’s oldest resident of record. The cane was presented to Ms. Fermino by Selectman Steve Lombard, Selectman Ray Andrews, and Town Clerk Barbara Sullivan. Also in attendance were Ms. Fermino’s children Caroline, Maurice (Mudgie), Peter and David. Created by Boston Post publisher Edwin A. Grozier, the Boston Post Cane is a New England tradition which dates back to 1909.
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Fatal Fire740 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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738 viewsMattapoisett residents Jeff and Karen Swift and Michael and Sandy King take time out from a busy day of skiing to pose with a copy of The Wanderer atop Pleasant Mountain (a/k/a Shawnee Peak Ski Area) overlooking Mount Washington during the recent February school vacation week. The two couples traveled with Caitlin and Jarod Swift, Kristen Searles, and Andrew and Matt King — all of whom were unavailable for the photo due to a much-needed hot chocolate break. 3/1/01 edition
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Learning From The Past736 viewsThird Grade students at Rochester’s Memorial School recently got acquainted with Rochester’s rich, historic past thanks to members of the Rochester Historical Commission. Students were treated to a hands-on experience with old toys, primitive household items and educational tools, and learned about early church customs, Rochester’s Native Americans, and changes in the town boundaries as Marion, Mattapoisett, and Wareham eventually broke off from the large township of Rochester to form their own towns.
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Spring Swing734 viewsOn March 3, the Mattapoisett Youth Baseball Association (MYBA) sponsored their first annual “Spring Swing.” The event was held at Center School, kicking off the 2006 baseball season for the Town of Mattapoisett. This fundraising event gave the children of Mattapoisett an opportunity to showcase their batting skills, raise some money and have fun. This would not have been successful or even remotely possible without the participation, assistance and support of many parents and special guests.
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733 viewsNicole (Lambalot) Cameron, Lizzy (Lanagan) Adams, and Gerald Lanagan pose with a copy of The Wanderer at the finish line of the Rock and Roll Marathon recently held in Phoenix, Arizona on January 11. Nicole and Lizzy live in Mattapoisett, and Gerald is stationed at Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix. (Photo by and courtesy of Nancy Lambalot). 2/19/04 edition
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Learning to Fly730 viewsTony and Diane Lopes pose with their daughter Heather and her husband Lieutenant Josh Shultz in front of Josh’s T34 training plane with a copy of The Wanderer at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola where he is training to be a Naval Aviator.
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Guys and Dolls723 viewsMembers of the Drama Club at Tabor Academy in Marion rehearse for their upcoming winter production of Guys and Dolls, to be staged in the school’s Fireman Performing Arts Center on February 23, 24 and 25 at 7:30 pm each night. Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door. Reservations may be made by e-mailing wintermusicaltix@taboracademy.org, or by purchasing tickets at The Bookstall in Marion village. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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From Marion to Alaska723 viewsThis past fall the Mariner family of Marion took an “unbelieveable” trip to Alaska. Pictured here with a copy of The Wanderer are Cathy, Kevin, Jonathan and Julianne Mariner.
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Planting at the Point719 viewsSeveral members of Mattapoisett’s Tree Planting Committee (l. to r.) Paul Lambalot, Laura McLean, Charles Duponte, Kenny Pacheco and Todd Pacheco, recently installed three Halka locusts at Ned’s Point in Mattapoisett. The trees are living memorials for two people who enjoyed the scenic area. (Photo by and courtesy of Laura McLean).
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Veterans Day Speaker719 viewsLieutenant Commander Daniel Parilla, USN, of the Newport Naval War College will be the Principal Speaker at the Mattapoisett Veterans Day Ceremonies on Friday, November 11 starting at 11:00 am at Old Hammondtown School. LCDR Parilla wears the Heroic Action Air Medal with Combat Distinguishing Device, and two Strike Flight Air Medals, along with various other commendations.
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Dunseith Gardens, Mattapoisett717 viewsDunseith Gardens, Mattapoisett
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