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Dancing in the Street263 viewsMarion's Benjamin D. Cushing Post VFW 2425 gave the town one last chance to kick up its heels before sending the kids back to school as they threw an end-of-the-season Block Party in honor the town’s World War II and other veterans. The event held on Spring Street in front of Marion’s Town House on Saturday night, August 25 also helped raised funds for the town's ambulance fund. (Photo by Laurie Chiarito).44444
(25 votes)
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Lizzie T's Spelling Bee439 viewsA collage of shots from the Elizabeth Taber Library’s First Annual “Lizzie T’s Spelling Bee” held on Thursday, March 8 includes (clockwise from top right) Team Bee MARVELous: Kate Marvel, Becky Love, and Kate Collins; “Mistress of Ceremonies” Jenni Strand and her “Beehive” hairdo; Team The Forty-Somethings: Fred Mock, Nat Worley, and Ron Bilodeau; Winning Team, The Thursday Tennis Group featuring Priscilla Ditchfield, Danielle Francis, and Ellie Burbank; and Team Cutters: Michael Feeney, Jeremy Hughes, and Jon Arms. (Photo by Paul Lopes).44444
(21 votes)
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Arts in Action756 viewsSippican School First Grader Emily Hiller tries to create the lifelike ceramic fish from Grainger Pottery on display at the recent “Arts in Action” program held at the school. On May 13, the Marion school hosted its first “Arts in Action” show for members of the staff and local artists. Among other interesting and unique displays were Russian Egg painting, bird carving, mural painting, flip-flop sandal decorating and portrait sculpture.44444
(31 votes)
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Needs for Nepal244 viewsORR Junior High Student Ambassadors (front, from left) Amanda Frey, Hanna Walsh and Mariah Allen pose with (back, from left) Sally Hunsdorfer and Dawa Sherpa from Nepal during the kickoff presentation for the school’s Himalayan Project. Ms. Hunsdorfer frequently makes good will journeys to the Sherpa people in Nepal, and the eighth grade students have begun collecting fleece apparel for her to bring with her on the next visit. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).44444
(15 votes)
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Target Practice341 viewsWomen from throughout the region participated in the second annual "Women on Target" gun safety and training day held at the Fin, Fur and Feather Club in Mattapoisett on Sunday, May 18. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).44444
(14 votes)
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Trick or Tree?663 viewsThis spooky spectre of a gnarled tree is located at the corner of Mattapoisett Road and New Bedford Road in Rochester. Looking like something that walked right out of the twisted forest in The Wizard of Oz, the tree seems right at home during this haunted season of All Hallow’s Eve. (Photo by and courtesy of Wendy Ashworth).44444
(48 votes)
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Nautical St. Nick253 viewsSanta Claus arrived via “water sleigh” in Sippican Harbor in Marion on Sunday, December 14 to participate in the town’s annual Christmas Village Stroll. After arriving at Barden’s Boatyard and wading through a group of eager little girls and boys, Santa climbed onto a horse and buggy and took rides with children through the streets of Marion’s center village. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).44444
(22 votes)
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Seeds of Liberty319 viewsMembers of Rochester Boy Scout Troop 31 who participated in the recent dedication of a newly-planted Liberty Elm tree on the front lawn of the Plumb Memorial Library in Rochester included (from left) Sam York, Scoutmaster Mr. Bernier, Jeremy Stubbs, Chris Bernier, and Chad Underhill. The troop presented a framed version of Thomas Paine’s poem Liberty Tree to Rochester Selectman Richard Nunes to be hung within Town Hall. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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(21 votes)
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Leaving Home261 viewsA sea of white and blue caps and gowns dotted the campus of Upper Cape Tech Regional High School for the first time in 38 years last Sunday, June 1, as 150 students — the school’s largest graduating class to date — received their diplomas on their own home turf after years of holding commencement at nearby Bourne High School. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).44444
(9 votes)
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Springtime in Bloom350 viewsMembers of the Garden Club of Buzzards Bay prepare for their annual plant sale to be held Saturday, May 17 from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon at St. Mary’s Church Parish Center, 783 Dartmouth Street in South Dartmouth. Pictured (from left) are Leslie Bernert, Dr. Gail Davidson, and Agnes Armstrong of South Dartmouth and Ellie Smith of Mattapoisett standing among some of the flowers to be featured at the sale. (Photo by Laura McLean.)44444
(9 votes)
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Masterpieces in Marion264 viewsMarion artist Peter Stone’s oil painting “Morning Crescent” is just one of the works that will be on display during the Marion Art Center’s Fiftieth Anniversary Invitational Show which opens on with a gala on Friday, June 22 with a reception to meet the artists from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. The Fiftieth Anniversary Invitational Show will be on display in both galleries at the Marion Art Center through July 25. (Photo courtesy of Peter Stone).44444
(9 votes)
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Mattapoisett to the Rescue372 viewsThe Mattapoisett Fire Department recently acquired this new 2006 Rescue Truck which was first put into service just last Thursday, February 15, according to Fire Chief Ronald Scott. The new $50,000 Ford vehicle, which was approved under Article 5 of the 2006 Annual Town Meeting warrant as part of the town’s new Capital Equipment Plan, will allow rescue workers to carry all the latest state-of-the-art equipment to emergency scenes. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).44444
(23 votes)
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