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Vocabulary Day Parade18 viewsThe third and fourth graders at RMS transformed the school into one collective living, breathing dictionary last Friday, February 16, for the annual Vocabulary Day parade. Students chose a word and personified it in costume for the rest of the school, and this year for parents as well. Photos by Jean Perry
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Recycle this Wanderer 18 viewsBut make sure you read it first! Earth Day is this Sunday, April 22, and we’ve got a list of easy Earth-friendly practices to remind us all that even the busiest Earthling can be doing something every day to halt our planet’s impending doom. Cover design and photo by Jean Perry
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First Congregational Church of Marion18 viewsOn Sunday, April 22, the First Congregational Church of Marion held a special Earth Day service, celebrating God's creation. Kathleen, Lily, Camila, and Maddie did a skit around the theme of reduce, reuse, recycle. After the service, we had a procession down to the Town Wharf where we cleaned up trash. Photos by Tanya Ambrosi and Sue Taggart
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Opening Day 18 viewsApril 28 was Opening Day in Rochester for the Old Rochester Little League. Retiring Police Chief Paul Magee tossed the first pitch on the (finally) spring Saturday morning. Photos by Colleen Hathaway.
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Ned's Point18 viewsMorgan Browning captured these golden moments at Ned’s Point during the evening of Monday, May 7.
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Ikebana18 viewsMattapoisett resident Ellen Flynn gave an Ikebana flower arranging demonstration at the public library on May 5. This type of flower arranging began in 7th century Japan, and Flynn has studied the art form for over 15 years. Reading from a centuries-old verse about Ikebana, Flynn shared that this art form is “like a poem, or a painting.” Photos by Marilou Newell
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Ikebana18 viewsMattapoisett resident Ellen Flynn gave an Ikebana flower arranging demonstration at the public library on May 5. This type of flower arranging began in 7th century Japan, and Flynn has studied the art form for over 15 years. Reading from a centuries-old verse about Ikebana, Flynn shared that this art form is “like a poem, or a painting.” Photos by Marilou Newell
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Quahog Book Awards18 viewsOn May 2, Jeanne McCullough from the Mattapoisett Public Library held the 7th annual Quahog Book Awards ceremony. Part of the children’s winter reading program, the young readers selected the winning books by majority voting to receive the award – a decal displayed on the front cover of each award-winning publication. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Quahog Book Awards18 viewsOn May 2, Jeanne McCullough from the Mattapoisett Public Library held the 7th annual Quahog Book Awards ceremony. Part of the children’s winter reading program, the young readers selected the winning books by majority voting to receive the award – a decal displayed on the front cover of each award-winning publication. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Friends of Old Rochester Music18 viewsThe ORR High School Spring Concert hosted by F.O.R.M. (Friends of Old Rochester Music) took place this past Wednesday, May 9. Photos by Erin Bednarczyk
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Marion Natural History Museum17 viewsHarbormaster's office for the opportunity to visit the newly refurbished Bird Island. We had the opportunity to see terns, geese, ducks, cormorants, and oystercatchers, as well as a trip to the top of the lighthouse. We viewed the changes that have been made to the island to make it more hospitable to the arriving tern population, which will be looking for a nesting habitat. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Touch-A-Truck17 viewsSaturday, May 13, was the rescheduled rain date for the Marion Recreation Department’s annual Touch-A-Truck event at Washburn Park. The weather wasn’t ideal, but it stayed dry long enough for kids to get in some climbing and crawling time with the big machines. Photos by Felix Perez
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