The Wanderer Photo Gallery

Email your photos to support@wanderer.com


040705-5.jpeg
395 viewsKimi, Kyra and Bowen Lorden of Marion are seen here celebrating the first day of spring out on the Old Indian Trail with a copy of The Wanderer. (Photo by and courtesy of Gary P. Lorden). 4/7/50 edition
042105.jpeg
422 viewsPictured here holding a copy of The Wanderer during a recent trip to Tienaman Square in Beijing, China are (rear, l. to r.) Jim Shepley, Mike Collyer, Jackie Canastra, (front, l. to r.) Anne Shepley, Marjorie Doran, Lois Ennis, Madelyn Fogler, Judy (Furnans) Pierce, and Jim Pierce. (Photo courtesy of Jen Shepley). 4/21/05 edition
042805.jpeg
358 viewsMembers of the award-winning ORR High School Jazz Band pose with a copy of The Wanderer while competing for the FAME Festival’s World Championship Jazz Cup in Branson, Missouri last week. The band went on to take the title and returned home with two trophies to reward all their hard work. (Photo by and courtesy of Wayne Kellum). 4/28/05 edition
060905.jpeg
420 viewsMattapoisett resident Lori Bardwell (right) poses with a copy of The Wanderer alongside tentmate Colette Laroche during the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer held last month in Boston. The event drew some 1,750 walkers who raised over $4 million for breast cancer research. (Photo courtesy of Lori Bardwell). 6/9/05 edition
031005-2.jpeg
418 viewsMegan and Justin Shay of Rochester recently shared a copy of The Wanderer with Rochester’s newest — and biggest — resident. (Photo by and courtesy of Justin Shay). 3/10/05 edition
032405.jpeg
486 viewsOn Friday, March 18, members of the Old Hammondtown School Jazz Band performed to a standing-room-only crowd of music teachers at the Massachusetts Music Educators Association’s All-State Conference. Pictured are (back row, l. to r.) Jack Thomas, Michael Asci, Kyle Wheeler, Ben Burns, James Mock; (middle row, l. to r.) Nick Nadeau, Griffin Sanford, Michael Bliss, Tom Tucker, Travis Bliss, Brad Ellis; (front row, l. to r.) Teddy Kassabian, Jake Jaskolka, Laura Eklund, Jillian Zucco, and Rosemary Ramos. (Photo by and courtesy of Sandy Thomas). 3/24/05 edition
040705-1.jpeg
432 viewsHannah Elizabeth Lafreniere, daughter of Peter and Pamela Lafreniere of Mattapoisett and granddaughter of John and Veronica Lafreniere of Rochester, poses with a copy of The Wanderer on a scenic beach in the Dominican Republic during a recent vacation with her parents and grandparents. (Photo courtesy of Veronica Lafreniere). 4/7/50 edition
040705-2.jpeg
476 viewsCarmelo Nicolosi poses with daughter Juliana Nicolosi and nephew Raymond Lawton in front of a “giant snowman” they created during one of many recent snowstorms in Mattapoisett. (Photo courtesy of Carmelo Nicolosi). 4/7/50 edition
040705-3.jpeg
432 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
012005.jpeg
415 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
020305.jpeg
441 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
021705.jpeg
496 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
419 files on 35 page(s) 25