PTSO Fundraiser

Don’t trash your old clothes. Recycle them. Ninety five percent of all textiles can be recycled or reused. Support ORR’s junior and high schools’ textile recycling program. Donation boxes are located outside of Center School, Old Hammondtown, Rochester Memorial, Sippican School, and ORR Junior High and High Schools. All of the following can be donated […] Read more »

Marion Recreation Fall and Winter Programs

Marion Recreations is pleased to announce several fall and winter programs available to the public. Youth Wrestling. Marconi Station Wrestling Club is now in its 4th year and will open its doors to the public for interested participants. Children in Kindergarten through 8th grade can stop in and see what goes on in a typical […] Read more »

Rochester Police Get Warm and Fuzzy

Members of the Rochester Police Department will be participating in “No Shave November” for the first time this year. Participating officers will make a donation to Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program that helps veterans and their families heal from Traumatic Brain Injury, PTSD and related conditions. In return for […] Read more »

November Marion COA Events

Waterfront Memory Café continues every Wednesday from 11:45 am – 2:15 pm for those with mild-moderate Alzheimer’s or other dementia and their care provider. Please call the COA office, 508-748-3570, for more information or to register. Marion COA Learning & Leisure Lectures for November. All lectures are free and open to the community, 12:45 pm […] Read more »

Collecting for Those in Need

Marion Cub Scout Pack 32, Marion Boy Scouts Troop 32, Marion Police Department and the Marion Police Brotherhood have once again partnered up to support those in need. Neighborhoods with scouts living in them will receive a yellow door hanger asking for donations of food for a local food bank. Scouts will be picking these […] Read more »

Thanksgiving Pies Scholarship Fundraiser

Once again, the ladies of the Rochester Women’s Club will be baking pies to raise funds for their Raymond T. Hartley Scholarship. These scholarships are awarded to three Rochester graduating students each year. Order your pie by November 18. Pick up your pie on November 22 between 3:30 and 5:30 pm at the club house. […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Police Halloween Parade Winners 2016

Preschool & Kindergarten 3rd: Kirra Uhlin, age 4 2nd: Brinley Robert, age 16 months 1st: M.J. Picerno, age 5 Grades 1 & 2 3rd: Jack Czerkowicz, Charlie Barry 2nd: Morgan Leblanc, age 7 1st: Sophia Jackson, age 7 Grades 3 & 4 3rd: Zoe Plante, age 9 2nd: Ava Jackson, age 9 1st: Noah Roberts-Howley […] Read more »

Marion Music Hall Advisory Committee

The Board of Selectmen recently approved the appointment of three new members to serve on the Music Hall Advisory Committee, increasing its membership to nine. Elected by unanimous vote were Frank McNamee, President of the Sippican Historical Society and Board member of the Council on Aging; Phil Sanborn, Music Director at Tabor Academy; and Lynn […] Read more »

Marion Art Center Children’s Theater

The Marion Art Center is pleased to announce the following children’s theater classes for November/December 2016: Little People’s Theater (ages 5-8): Tuesdays 4:30 to 5:30 pm (6-week sessions); Instructor: Suzy Taylor; Tuition: Each six-week session is $80 for MAC members* and $95 for non-members; Minimum of 5 students required for this class to run. Registration […] Read more »

SouthCoast Toastmasters Open House

The SouthCoast Toastmaster’s Club, also known as Marion Toastmaster’s Club, will hold an open house with pizza and light refreshments on Thursday, October 27 from noon to 1:00 pm at the Wareham Free Public Library at 59 Marion Road, Wareham, MA. Are you frightened of public speaking? Come and experience what happens at a meeting. […] Read more »