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Tour de Crème15 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 25, 2016
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Tour de Crème15 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 25, 2016
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Tour de Crème16 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 25, 2016
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Tour de Crème15 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 25, 2016
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Tour de Crème15 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 25, 2016
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Tour de Crème16 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 25, 2016
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Tour de Crème16 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 25, 2016
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Tour de Crème15 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 25, 2016

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Antiques in Rochester112 viewsAntiques expert Frank H. McNamee appraises items at Rochester Woman's Club Antique and Collectible show on November 29, 2009. The event was one of the Clubs efforts to regroup and gain attention for the Club again. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Tri-town Girl’s Softball League56 viewsOpening day for the Tri-town Girl’s Softball League was held by Marion Recreation at Washburn Park on Saturday. After a small parade all of the players for each team were introduced and afterwards the teams played games all afternoon. Photos by Kyle DeCicco-Carey
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Aardvark at the Fair56 viewsThe Wanderer's aardvark visited the Rochester Country Fair on August 22, 2009 and took some time to see the sights and pose with some visitors.
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Sergeant Kasey Koch33 viewsThe Center School students in Jennifer Aarsheim’s first grade class spent the afternoon on November 24 making thank you cards addressed to Sergeant Kasey Koch serving in Afghanistan, who is connected to some local troops who also served in Afghanistan. The students put together care packages as a way to say thank you to our troops this Thanksgiving. Photos by Jean Perry