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Groundbreaking125 viewsA groundbreaking for Little Neck Village, Marion’s new affordable senior housing village, took place on June 9, 2010. Speakers included Marion Selectman Jonathan Henry, Marion Affordable Housing Trust Chairperson Ora Mae Torres and State Senator Marc Pacheco. Photo by Laura Pedulli.
Class of 2010148 viewsCongratulations to the Old Rochester Regional Class of 2010! Despite the day of rain that forced ceremonies indoors, the future was still bright for ORR seniors, who graduated on June 5, 2010. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
TriTown Remembers147 viewsThe Florence Eastman Post 220 in Mattapoisett hosted the town’s Memorial Day observance and parade on May 31, 2010. The ceremony began with a service at the Veteran’s monument in front of the library, and then a parade assembled and marched to the town wharf and to Cushing Cemetery. The ceremony was held in memory of Lt. Chris Byron. Photos by Felix Perez. June 3, 2010 edition.
VMFA-312 Wanderer164 viewsCapt. Joshua P. Schultz, aka “OGRE”, from VMFA-312, poses, with The Wanderer, high above the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) during training. The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group (HST CSG) deployed May 21 for a six-month deployment, to the 5th and 6th fleet areas of operations, in support of maritime security operations. We wish Josh and his crew mates good lock and Godspeed and ask everyone to remember those who have served this Memorial Day. May 27, 2010 edition
Clean Fun140 viewsMarion residents hit the street to pick up trash around town on Saturday, May 15. All over Marion, there were people in day-glo vests working with “Manducas”, long pincers made by Marion resident Eunice Manduca for picking up trash. The collected trash was placed in front of the Marion Music Hall to create “Trash Bag Mountain”. Photos by Felix Perez. May 20, 2010 edition
Fiddlin' Around149 viewsJoe Zajac (left) and David Dunn (right) performed together for the first time since they were 18 years old at the Mattapoisett Congregational Church’s Bluegrass Concert on May 8, 2010. Photo by Felix Perez. May 13, 2010 edition
Abracadabra135 viewsIt was a magic time at the First Congregational Church in Marion on Saturday, May 1, 2010, when the church hosted a magic show with Marcus the Magician at their community center. Throughout the show, children laughed and helped the magician by yelling out tips and observations. Some children even got to help Marcus the Magician on stage. Photo by Felix Perez.
Hurricane of 1938161 viewsMattapoisett resident Tim Smith purchased a collection of original Hurricane of 1938 photographs from an auction recently. The photographs show the devastation of the legendary hurricane in the area of Mattapoisett’s Silver Shell Beach and Angelica Point. Mr. Smith does not believe that the pictures have ever been published, and gave The Wanderer the first chance at publishing the photos. He intends on donating the collection to the Mattapoisett Historical Museum. Photos courtesy of Tim Smith.
Earth Day172 viewsHappy Earth Day! This issue is a celebration of all things green and sustainable. There are lots of environmental efforts going on in the Tri-Town lately, including an upcoming ORR Tri-Town farmers’ market, a new community garden in Mattapoisett, and talk of solar panels at Old Hammondtown School. Make sure you read this issue cover to cover and then recycle it! April 22, 2010 edition
Green Thumbs149 viewsDiane Wood's class at Sippican Elementary are hard at work in their community garden. Ms. Wood leads a six-week gardening club for students who want to learn how to garden, compost, plant and harvest. Photo by Laura Pedul. April 15, 2010 edition
iPad Ready140 viewsSpring has sprung! After a wild March 2010 storm that left much of Massachusetts flooded, the region has been treated to unseasonably warm weather in early April. Easter weekend topped out in the 70s, about 20 degrees higher than usual, which meant lots of daffodils and fun in the sun. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
RMS Auction139 viewsRochester went Hollywood on Friday, March 26, 2010 when the Rochester Parent/Teacher Organization (PTO) hosted a live auction with a Hollywood theme. The auction raised nearly $6,000, and that money will be used to pay for new playground equipment. Items up for bidding included a basketball signed by the Boston Celtics, a day of kayaking, gift baskets and many more fun items. Photos by Felix Perez. April 1, 2010 edition
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