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Road Race Scholars534 viewsOn August 3 in Mattapoisett’s Shipyard Park, seven ORR High School graduates and runners each received a $1,000 scholarship award from the proceeds of the Mattapoisett Road Race held on July 4. Mattapoisett Road Race Director Daniel White (fourth from left) presented the awards to (front row, l. to r.) Tim Zantrofski, Lauren Bousquet, Angela Kantner, Kristen Ward, (back row, l. to r.) Cass Gilmore, Jacob Haines and Nicholas Lorenco. Scholarship winners not pictured: Ryan Best and Brittany Church.55555
(24 votes)
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ORR Holiday Concert 2006331 viewsMembers of the ORR Jazz Combo performed during Old Rochester Regional High School's 2006 Holiday Concert held in the ORR High School Auditorium. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).55555
(27 votes)
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Playground Pledge563 viewsLoft School students (back row, l. to r.) Henry Ucci, Caroline Walsh, Mia Beams, (front row, l. to r.) William Garcia, Seamus Fearons, Sam Gordon and John Egger pose with the fundraising sign at the school playground in Marion which they hope will soon be renovated and improved. Behind the sign is the school’s President of Fundraising Jill Fearons. (Photo by Nancy MacKenzie).55555
(36 votes)
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Aida at ORR306 viewsPast and present members of the Old Rochester Regional High School Drama Club came together under the direction of Paul Sardinha for a remarkable three-day summer production of Aida, the acclaimed Broadway show from Tim Rice and Elton John, which was staged at the high school last weekend. The show offered great performances, lavish musical numbers, and eye-popping costumes and set design that thrilled the packed-house audiences each night. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).55555
(10 votes)
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More ORR Matchmaker319 viewsThe ORR Drama Club rehearses for "The Matchmaker," a play by Thornton Wilder that inspired the musical "Hello Dolly." The show will be staged November 16, 17 and 18 at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, November 19 at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors and will be available at the door. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).55555
(9 votes)
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Ocean Odyssey in Rochester, Too422 viewsStudents in Grades 2, 3 and 4 at Rochester’s Memorial School were recently treated to a day-long “Global Ocean Odyssey” program and exhibit from the New England Aquarium on Monday, October 16. Here students learn what food and other products are made either in whole or in part from various sea life. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).55555
(22 votes)
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Cookies and Caring390 viewsSixth grade students at Old Hammondtown School in Mattapoisett recently prepared baskets of homemade cookies and other goodies as part of their eighth annual holiday program. With help from parents, teachers and staff, the students baked some 1,440 cookies to be packaged in about 130 handmade baskets for distribution to Mattapoisett seniors and shut-ins. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).55555
(27 votes)
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Man Who Came to Dinner184 viewsJillian Zucco starred as Maggie Cutler in the ORR Drama Club's production of "The Man Who Came to Dinner," which was presented in the Old Rochester Regional High School Auditorium. The show was presented at ORR on November 20-23 under the direction of Paul Sardinha. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).55555
(13 votes)
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Maori Dancers391 viewsMembers of the Kahurangi Maori Dance Company of New Zealand demonstrate one of several dances for students at Old Hammondtown School in Mattapoisett. The troupe stopped by the school and the New Bedford Whaling Museum last week as part of a program co-sponsored by the New Bedford ECHO Project (Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations) and the Mattapoisett Parents-Teachers Organization (PTO).55555
(19 votes)
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Celebrating Culture931 viewsOn the evening of May 4, Old Rochester Regional Junior High School hosted a Multi-Cultural Celebration. Celebrating the culture and history of French and Spanish countries, students displayed artwork, PowerPoint presentations, performed live music and dance and served a variety of French and Spanish food. Performing an African dance are students (l. to r.) Darcie Smalley, Caitlyn Stadelmann, Holly McGreavy, Shanaye Green, Caitlyn Gagnon, and Terel Soares. (Photo courtesy of Jane McCarthy).55555
(40 votes)
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Students Sowing Seeds323 viewsSecond graders at Rochester Memorial School received a grant of 200 bulbs from the North American Flowerbulb Wholesales Association, and small groups of students set the 178 bulbs around the school’s sign and on either side of the front door earlier this week. Students are now eagerly looking forward to April when their plantings will begin to bloom. (Photo courtesy of Linda Medeiros).55555
(11 votes)
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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.55555
(48 votes)
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