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Mattapoisett Halloween Parade 201718 viewsThe Mattapoisett Police has again brought out the best Halloween in the community with another annual Mattapoisett Halloween Parade, including costume contests, over 600 goody bags and glow sticks, and safety tips for a happy and safe Halloween. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Mattapoisett Halloween Parade 201718 viewsThe Mattapoisett Police has again brought out the best Halloween in the community with another annual Mattapoisett Halloween Parade, including costume contests, over 600 goody bags and glow sticks, and safety tips for a happy and safe Halloween. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Mattapoisett Halloween Parade 201718 viewsThe Mattapoisett Police has again brought out the best Halloween in the community with another annual Mattapoisett Halloween Parade, including costume contests, over 600 goody bags and glow sticks, and safety tips for a happy and safe Halloween. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Mattapoisett Halloween Parade 201718 viewsThe Mattapoisett Police has again brought out the best Halloween in the community with another annual Mattapoisett Halloween Parade, including costume contests, over 600 goody bags and glow sticks, and safety tips for a happy and safe Halloween. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Dorothy the chicken18 viewsDorothy the chicken visited the Project Grow students (pictured here) and the kindergarten kids on Monday, November 6, for a story time hosted by Evelyn Golden and Molly Vollmer of the Plymouth County Extension 4-H Office. This brief intro to embryology, along with Dorothy’s charming demeanor, was enough to excite the kids about the joys of keeping chickens. Photos by Jean Perry
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Dorothy the chicken18 viewsDorothy the chicken visited the Project Grow students (pictured here) and the kindergarten kids on Monday, November 6, for a story time hosted by Evelyn Golden and Molly Vollmer of the Plymouth County Extension 4-H Office. This brief intro to embryology, along with Dorothy’s charming demeanor, was enough to excite the kids about the joys of keeping chickens. Photos by Jean Perry
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Dorothy the chicken18 viewsDorothy the chicken visited the Project Grow students (pictured here) and the kindergarten kids on Monday, November 6, for a story time hosted by Evelyn Golden and Molly Vollmer of the Plymouth County Extension 4-H Office. This brief intro to embryology, along with Dorothy’s charming demeanor, was enough to excite the kids about the joys of keeping chickens. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Holiday Concert18 viewsOld Hammondtown students performed their annual holiday concert on December 14, with music teacher Ms. Kinney leading the band and jazz band through many familiar holiday favorites, while choral director Mrs. Dowling led the chorus. Submitted photos by Erin Bednarczyk
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RMS Students vs. Staff Basketball Game18 viewsTough luck again this year for the sixth graders at RMS during the annual students vs. staff basketball game on Friday night. Although students were able to tie the game and gain a temporary slight lead, in the end the staff’s moves took them down, 60-56. Fifth graders, it’s up to you next year! Photos by Deina Zartman
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RMS Students vs. Staff Basketball Game18 viewsTough luck again this year for the sixth graders at RMS during the annual students vs. staff basketball game on Friday night. Although students were able to tie the game and gain a temporary slight lead, in the end the staff’s moves took them down, 60-56. Fifth graders, it’s up to you next year! Photos by Deina Zartman
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RMS Students vs. Staff Basketball Game18 viewsTough luck again this year for the sixth graders at RMS during the annual students vs. staff basketball game on Friday night. Although students were able to tie the game and gain a temporary slight lead, in the end the staff’s moves took them down, 60-56. Fifth graders, it’s up to you next year! Photos by Deina Zartman
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