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479 viewsLauren Jade Craig, daughter of David and Melissa Craig of Marion, holds The Wanderer on the family’s recent getaway to Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. Lauren is sitting on the boardwalk at Weirs Beach in front of MS Mount Washington. 12/26/02 edition
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443 viewsWendy Ashworth of Rochester poses with a copy of The Wanderer alongside NASCAR racer Todd Bodine during a recent trip with husband and Rochester Fire Chief Scott Ashworth to Bodine’s Discover Card Winston Cup Team in Talladega, FL. Ms. Ashworth had the honor of cooking traditional New England scallops wrapped in bacon for the Number 26 team. Although Bodine finished 24th in the race due to a penalty in crossing the finish line, it was a trip to remember for the Ashworth family. 10/17/02 edition
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526 viewsVeteran sound recordist Brent Lestage of Mattapoisett (left) poses with Michael R. Gordon, Foreign Affairs Correspondent for The New York Times (center), and two-time Emmy Award winning camera man Curt Worden (right) aboard a P-13 Orion surveillance aircraft during a recent 22-day shoot for a Discovery Channel documentary. (Photo courtesy of Brent Lestage). 11/28/02 edition
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511 viewsCommander Bill Hollman, US Navy Reserve, of Marion, enjoys The Wanderer during a break while at sea aboard the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) recently. 12/26/02 edition
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442 viewsCrescent Beach summer residents Beverly and Russell Gleason enjoy The Wanderer on the beach at Grace Bar, Provo, Turks and Caicos Islands during a trip they took earlier this year. 12/26/02 edition
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447 viewsOne-and-a-half-year old Marina Ingham poses with her dad, Graeme Ingham, and a copy of The Wanderer in Sydney, Australia in front of the famous city’s landmark Opera House during a trip in March. 5/23/02 edition
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444 viewsFor those of you who have been repeating “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity” for the last couple of weeks, just imagine how hot it is right now down in Key West, Florida! Mattapoisett resident Edward Camara Jr. recently submitted this photo of himself posing with a copy of The Wanderer at the “Southernmost Point in the Continental U.S.A.” — a well-known landmark in Key West which is just 90 miles from Cuba. Aye carumba! (Photo courtesy of Edward Camara Jr.) 8/8/02 edition
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507 viewsMembers of Mattapoisett Girl Scout Brownie Troop #118 recently took an overnight camping trip to Wind-in-the-Pines in Plymouth, MA and remembered to take along a copy of The Wanderer with them, which they posed with here. Troop members pictured include: (seated front row, l. to r.) Alexandra Pickering, Alison Roney, Laura Ecklund, Katie Kiernan, (second row, l. to r.) Joanna MacDonald-Ingham (co-leader), Demitra Pickering, Scotlyn Adler, Amanda LeFabvre, Sofia Ellis, (back row, l. to r.) Carol Adler (leader), Camile Adler, Katherine Bernier (weekly volunteer), Mary Beth Kiernan (co-leader), and Patricia Monteiro-Pickering (co-leader). The troop enjoyed swimming, canoeing, camp fires, crafts, and much more! (Photo courtesy of Patricia Monteiro-Pickering). 8/29/02 edition
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477 viewsThe “Dog Days of Summer” may be over, but this one-year-old Yellow Lab named “Margaux” is taking advantage of the remaining nice weather to sit outside and read his favorite news source, The Wanderer. His owners, Fransje and Nick Zucchero of Mattapoisett, always make sure to read it first before Margaux gets a hold of it. (Photo by and courtesy of Fransje Zucchero). 9/19/02 edition
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502 viewsMaddie Ellms (left) and Sarah Mui (right), both Mattapoisett residents, pose with The Wanderer in front of the Roman Forum. Both girls spent the previous semester abroad studying in Italy. Maddie went with AFS from Old Rochester Regional High School and Sarah went with Richmond University from Providence College. (Photo courtesy of Maddie Ellms). 10/10/02 edition
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419 viewsDuring a trip to Paris this past Easter, John DeRugeris, a resident of Mattapoisett and Marion for the past 22 years, posed with friend Sonni Siegel from Rockville Centre, NY with the statue of Venus DiMilo which is housed in the Louvre Museum in Paris. The Louvre also boasts the Mona Lisa and Winged Victory as its most popular pieces. 5/23/02 edition
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416 viewsBob and Angela Moshiri of Marion Road in Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer during a recent trip to the land “Down Under.” They’re sitting on a statue of a “Moa,” one of the largest birds in the world which became extinct some 300 years ago and was indigenous to NZ. 5/23/02 edition
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