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Marion


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Schools


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Sports


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Three-Ring Circus97 viewsCole Brothers’ “Circus of the Stars” recently rolled into Rochester on June 25 and 26 for a series of four shows over the course of two days under the Big Top pitched in the field adjacent to the Plumb Corner Mall. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mattapoisett Fire Open House124 viewsThe Mattapoisett Fire Department had a busy weekend hosting an Open House event at their station on Saturday, October 11 in conjunction with National Fire Prevention Week. (Photo by Robert Chiarito.)

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Kubb Match59 viewsThe members of the Mattapoisett Land Trust hosted a game of Kubb (pronounced “koob”) on Sunday, January 25 at their Dunseith Garden property where the Seahorse is located on the corner of North Street and Route 6. This ancient game may or may not have ties dating back to the time of the Vikings and has been popular for the last 30 or 40 years on the Island of Gotland and in the southern part of Sweden. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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An Aardvark in King Richard's Court29 viewsThe Wanderer Aardvark visits King Richard's Fair
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4th of July Parade69 viewsThe Marion Benjamin Cushing VFW Post 2425 organized another spectacular Fourth of July parade for Marion Village this year on July 5, 2010. Floats, antique cars, fire engines and lots of farm equipment made their way through the streets of Marion to celebrate the nation’s birthday in style. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Winter Walk67 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust members and friends enjoyed a hike through the wintery woods on Saturday, February 12, 2011. The group explored the Brownell parcel, which MLT is planning to acquire this summer. The parcel includes an old blueberry orchard and small streams. Photos by Felix Perez.
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43 viewsDuring King George’s War n 1744, the people of Rochester provided some land at Attansawomuck Neck now known as Mattapoisett Neck for the Pigwacket Natives to live.
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Gingerbread House Gala5 viewsBuzzards Bay Area Habitat for Humanity held a Gingerbread House Gala and Silent Auction fund raising event on Thursday, December 5. There was choir music, pianist Al Russo, handcrafted gingerbread houses and a silent. Photos by Felix Perez

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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Troop 327 viewsMarion Troop 32 at the Southwest Marker of Camp Yawgoog in Rockville, RI at the Connecticut boarder. From Left to right is Chris Horton, Zachary Pateakos, Jack Nakashian, Jackson St. Don and Scoutmaster Paul St. Don. Camp Yawgoog is a 1,800-acre reservation for Scouting operated by the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Founded in 1916, Yawgoog is the fourth oldest continuously run Scout camp in the United States. Photo Courtesy Robert H. NakashianApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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ORR’s AFS Club2 viewsMembers of ORR’s AFS club traveled to Arcola, Illinois for a short-term exchange last week. Pictured here are ORR students and their host students outside the Arcola High School. Photo by Rhonda Reints.Apr 17, 2014