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Musical Majesty260 viewsORR High School student Chelsie Nectow sings the signature song “Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina” in the lead role of Eva Peron during the ORR Drama Club’s stellar production of Evita which was staged in the high school auditorium on March 27-30, 2008 under the direction of Paul Sardinha. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Imaginations Soar229 viewsORR High School’s “Destination Imagination” Team will be heading off to the State Tournament on Saturday, April 12 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute after tying for first place at the recent Regional Tournament. Members of the 2008 ORR DI Team pictured here include Connor Bost, Alex Cordeiro, Betsy Silvia, Noah Martinez, Brady Wheeler and Casey Whelihan. Not pictured, but also a member of the team is Jillian Grota. The team is managed by Debra R. Cordeiro. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Evita at ORR249 viewsDan Andrews as Che, Chelsie Nectow as Eva Peron and Tucker Johnson as Juan Peron rehearse for the ORR Drama Club’s upcoming production of Evita to be presented in the auditorium of ORR High School March 27, 28 and 29 at 7:30 pm with a matinee performance on Sunday, March 30 at 2:00 pm. Directed by Paul Sardinha with costumes by Helen Blake, the award-winning show by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice tells the compelling story of an actress who married the President of Argentina. (Photo by Libby Johnson).
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Sea Bees Win263 viewsSpelling Bee organizer Geri Owens presents the Seaside School Sea Bees team consisting of Diane Hartley, Rania Lavronos and Trina Waniga with their trophies for winning the Second Annual Lizzie T’s Spelling Bee to benefit Marion’s Elizabeth Taber Library on Thursday, March 6. The team beat out ten other three-person teams by correctly spelling “armagnac” in the final elimination round. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Taking the Plunge253 viewsDippers Molly Richards and Jesse Hodges were awarded prizes for coming in costume to the Third Annual Frigid Friend-Zee which was held on Saturday morning, March 1 at YMCA’s Camp Massasoit in Mattapoisett. The annual event was moved from January to March this year and is done to raise funds for the YMCA’s after-school programs. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Idol Magic270 viewsTwelve-year-old Simone Cardosa, who sang the song “I Believe,” was the overall winner in the First Annual Magic of Music Idol Contest which was held at the Knight’s of Columbus Hall in Mattapoisett on Saturday evening, February 23. The event was the brainchild of Rochester resident Jillian Marie Jensen, Miss Massachusetts Teen America 2007, and was a showcase for talented young performers who wished to display their singing abilities in an American Idol-style setting. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Puppet Parables228 viewsSparky’s Puppets will perform “Old Favorites” at Rochester’s Memorial School on Saturday, March 8 at 10:00 am. Watch Grandmother teach the wolf some manners in “Little Red Riding Hood,” give the “Three Little Pigs” some building advice, and help the little old lady who’s baking a gingerbread man by giving her some make-believe ingredients. This event is sponsored by the Tri-Town Early Childhood Council. Admission is $2 per person or $5 per family.
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Fireworks Explode285 viewsThe New York-based Fireworks Ensemble recently brought their unique fusion of musical genres to Tabor Academy’s Hoyt Performing Arts Center on Friday evening, February 8, for an extraordinary performance which included everything from Strauss, Haydn and Lully to New Wave, Punk and Disco. (Group photo by Robin Holland).
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Super Subs235 viewsAbout 35 students and 20 adult members of Friends of Old Rochester Music (FORM) gathered in the early morning hours of February 3 to make hundreds of submarine sandwiches in their annual effort to raise money for the Old Rochester School District’s various music programs. The sandwiches, ten-inch Italian subs piled high with toppings, were pre-sold in the days leading up to Super Bowl XLII at $6 apiece by the student musicians from all of the Old Rochester Schools. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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