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ORRHS Class Olympics50 viewsIt was freshmen vs. sophomores vs. juniors vs. seniors on March 4 during the ORRHS Class Olympics. The four grades competed against each other in games like the egg toss, Pictionary, and the three-legged race for a cash deposit into their class bank account. Seniors took first place that day. Photos by Jean Perry
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ORRHS Class Olympics51 viewsIt was freshmen vs. sophomores vs. juniors vs. seniors on March 4 during the ORRHS Class Olympics. The four grades competed against each other in games like the egg toss, Pictionary, and the three-legged race for a cash deposit into their class bank account. Seniors took first place that day. Photos by Jean Perry
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ORRHS Class Olympics52 viewsIt was freshmen vs. sophomores vs. juniors vs. seniors on March 4 during the ORRHS Class Olympics. The four grades competed against each other in games like the egg toss, Pictionary, and the three-legged race for a cash deposit into their class bank account. Seniors took first place that day. Photos by Jean Perry
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ORRHS Class Olympics53 viewsIt was freshmen vs. sophomores vs. juniors vs. seniors on March 4 during the ORRHS Class Olympics. The four grades competed against each other in games like the egg toss, Pictionary, and the three-legged race for a cash deposit into their class bank account. Seniors took first place that day. Photos by Jean Perry
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ORRHS Class Olympics42 viewsIt was freshmen vs. sophomores vs. juniors vs. seniors on March 4 during the ORRHS Class Olympics. The four grades competed against each other in games like the egg toss, Pictionary, and the three-legged race for a cash deposit into their class bank account. Seniors took first place that day. Photos by Jean Perry
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ORRHS Class Olympics40 viewsIt was freshmen vs. sophomores vs. juniors vs. seniors on March 4 during the ORRHS Class Olympics. The four grades competed against each other in games like the egg toss, Pictionary, and the three-legged race for a cash deposit into their class bank account. Seniors took first place that day. Photos by Jean Perry
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ORRHS Class Olympics42 viewsIt was freshmen vs. sophomores vs. juniors vs. seniors on March 4 during the ORRHS Class Olympics. The four grades competed against each other in games like the egg toss, Pictionary, and the three-legged race for a cash deposit into their class bank account. Seniors took first place that day. Photos by Jean Perry
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ORRHS Class Olympics41 viewsIt was freshmen vs. sophomores vs. juniors vs. seniors on March 4 during the ORRHS Class Olympics. The four grades competed against each other in games like the egg toss, Pictionary, and the three-legged race for a cash deposit into their class bank account. Seniors took first place that day. Photos by Jean Perry
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New Bedford Ballet47 viewsThe New Bedford Ballet will host its annual fundraiser on Sunday, March 6, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at the NBB Community Theatre, 2343 Purchase Street, New Bedford. This celebration of the arts includes an array of elegant desserts and beverages, live music by members of the New Bedford Symphony Youth Orchestra and performances of The Snow Queen by the New Bedford Youth Ballet at 1:30 and 3:00 pm.
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Waste Water Treatment84 viewsThis is no drinking fountain. Last week, we met with Fairhaven DPW Superintendent Vincent Furtado and made it our business to learn more about the business of … your business and its journey from the toilet to the Fairhaven Wastewater Treatment Facility on Arsene Street in Fairhaven and out to New Bedford Harbor. Some 1,780 Mattapoisett residents receive municipal sewer service from the Fairhaven facility. Photo by Jean Perry
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Waste Water Treatment73 viewsBacteria in the anaerobic digester break down the sludge in the left-hand cylindrical structure and the methane produced is stored in the white sphere on the right.
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Waste Water Treatment74 viewsLeftover biological solids, or sludge, are sent to another building where they are compressed into “mud pies.” Some is sent to the anaerobic digester to produce methane gas for energy and the rest is hauled away for burning.
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