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430 viewsMattapoisett native Toya D. Gabeler poses with a copy of The Wanderer in a canal on Unicorn Island in Mytha (Mekong Delta) in Vietnam during a recent trip. (Photo courtesy of Toya D. Gabeler). 4/7/50 edition
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412 viewsMembers of the Belliveau family of Rochester pose with copies of The Wanderer at the recent Belliveau Family Reunion held in August 2004 in Belliveau Cover, Nova Scotia, Canada. Pictured here are Rochester residents six-year-old Sarah, eleven-year-old Tyler, and eight-year-old Jessica with cousins Jonathon and William Latino. 1/20/05
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438 viewsFour men, including workers from the Mattapoisett Boatyard, currently working on the restoration of the half-scale model of the whale ship Lagoda at the New Bedford Whaling Museum recently posed on deck with copies of The Wanderer. Pictured here (l. to r.) are Craig Williams, Karl Collyer, Thomas Tucker, and Loulou Casi. The restoration is being conducted in stages, with the present focus being the removal of old sails and repairs to the rigging, all of which will be necessary prior to the new sails being b
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494 viewsKathy Goulart and Greg Galvan pose in their ‘70s garb with a copy of The Wanderer at the recent Dana Farber Cancer Benefit Dance held at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Route 6 in Mattapoisett on Saturday, February 12. The event, which featured classic ‘70s and ‘80s music, raised over $5,000 that will go directly for cancer research and treatment. (Photo by Michael Immel). 2/17/05 edition
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403 viewsIn the aftermath of the recent “Blizzard of 2005,” several residents of the Angelica Point neighborhood (Cove Street) in Mattapoisett celebrated the much-anticipated arrival of snow removal equipment by taking a photo with a copy of The Wanderer. (Photo by and courtesy of Alison McGrath). 2/24/05 edition
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366 viewsResidents throughout the tri-town area are more than ready to “Think Spring!” as suggested by this friendly snowman seen here posing with his two friends, Gabe Chuckran of Marion and Marissa Lake of Mattapoisett, along with a copy of The Wanderer. The winter icon was perched at the corner of Randall Road and Route 6 in Mattapoisett last week in the aftermath of another hefty snowfall ... hopefully one of the last for this year. 3/10/05 edition
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370 viewsRobert and Carol Cattley of Water Street in Mattapoisett recently took a trip to Wellington, New Zealand. They are seen posing here at the scenic Mount Victoria Lookout with a copy of Mattapoisett’s own The Wanderer. (Photo courtesy of Robert and Carol Cattley). 12/18/03 edition
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400 viewsRobert and Daniel Goodman Jr. pose with a copy of The Wanderer after Robert won the Redline Cup Championship in his class of 12-year-old Intermediates recently, beating out 25 other riders in his class. Daniel struggled all weekend at the bike competition but did not qualify for the main event in his class. (Photo by and courtesy of Dan Goodman). 9/18/03 edition
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411 viewsCharlie and Pat Tate of Mattapoisett pose outside Plituice Lakes National Park in Croatia during a recent trip with a copy of The Wanderer. The couple also visited Opatija during their travels. (Photo courtesy of Charlie Tate). 12/18/03 edition
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434 viewsMattapoisett’s Dee Esposito recently took a trip to Niigata, Japan to visit with her grandson and daughter-in-law, and posed her with them and a copy of The Wanderer outside a Japanese temple. (Photo courtesy of Dee Esposito). 12/18/03 edition
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484 viewsAunt Mercy (Mercedes) Murolo of Mattapoisett is seen posing here with Fredric and Lily Murolo — and a copy of The Wanderer — in San Francisco during a recent summer trip. (Photo courtesy of Mercy Murolo). 12/18/03 edition
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417 viewsHelen McGowan Gardner and Trudy McCormack of Mattapoisett recently took a trip to Ireland and remembered to take along a copy of their hometown newspaper, The Wanderer, which they posed with here. (Photo courtesy of Trudy McCormack). 12/18/03 edition
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