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Senior Thanksgiving31 viewsTri-Town seniors enjoyed another savory Thanksgiving dinner at the Old Rochester Regional Junior High School on Sunday, November 17. The annual event is a tradition 26 years strong that allows school staff and eighth-graders the chance to express their gratitude for area seniors and their support for the schools. Photos by Jean Perry
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Senior Thanksgiving29 viewsTri-Town seniors enjoyed another savory Thanksgiving dinner at the Old Rochester Regional Junior High School on Sunday, November 17. The annual event is a tradition 26 years strong that allows school staff and eighth-graders the chance to express their gratitude for area seniors and their support for the schools. Photos by Jean Perry
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Senior Thanksgiving31 viewsTri-Town seniors enjoyed another savory Thanksgiving dinner at the Old Rochester Regional Junior High School on Sunday, November 17. The annual event is a tradition 26 years strong that allows school staff and eighth-graders the chance to express their gratitude for area seniors and their support for the schools. Photos by Jean Perry
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Senior Thanksgiving30 viewsTri-Town seniors enjoyed another savory Thanksgiving dinner at the Old Rochester Regional Junior High School on Sunday, November 17. The annual event is a tradition 26 years strong that allows school staff and eighth-graders the chance to express their gratitude for area seniors and their support for the schools. Photos by Jean Perry
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A New England Nutcracker59 viewsNew Bedford Ballet will perform its annual production of A New England Nutcracker December 3rd through the 11th at the NBB Community Theatre, located at 2343 Purchase Street in New Bedford. Journey back to the 1850s, as this favorite holiday story is reimagined through New Bedford’s historic whaling era, and prepare for the “City That Lit the World” to light up your holiday season.
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Mushroom Walk45 viewsWesley Price, a mycologist, led a walk in the Sippican Lands Trust property White Eagle on October 23. During the tour, Price enlightened the group on the importance of mushrooms in the natural environment including the fact that mushrooms are the largest living organism on the surface of the planet. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Mushroom Walk46 viewsWesley Price, a mycologist, led a walk in the Sippican Lands Trust property White Eagle on October 23. During the tour, Price enlightened the group on the importance of mushrooms in the natural environment including the fact that mushrooms are the largest living organism on the surface of the planet. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Mushroom Walk46 viewsWesley Price, a mycologist, led a walk in the Sippican Lands Trust property White Eagle on October 23. During the tour, Price enlightened the group on the importance of mushrooms in the natural environment including the fact that mushrooms are the largest living organism on the surface of the planet. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Mushroom Walk45 viewsWesley Price, a mycologist, led a walk in the Sippican Lands Trust property White Eagle on October 23. During the tour, Price enlightened the group on the importance of mushrooms in the natural environment including the fact that mushrooms are the largest living organism on the surface of the planet. Photo by Marilou Newell
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BBC Watershed Ride44 viewsThis Sunday, October 2, the 10th Annual Buzzards Bay Coalition Watershed Ride wound its way through Tri-Town, making a stop at Eastover Farm for lunch along the way. Some 151 participants completed an 11-, 35-, 75-, or first-ever 100-mile ride, spanning Little Compton, Rhode Island to Woods Hole. Photos by Colin Veitch
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BBC Watershed Ride44 viewsThis Sunday, October 2, the 10th Annual Buzzards Bay Coalition Watershed Ride wound its way through Tri-Town, making a stop at Eastover Farm for lunch along the way. Some 151 participants completed an 11-, 35-, 75-, or first-ever 100-mile ride, spanning Little Compton, Rhode Island to Woods Hole. Photos by Colin Veitch
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BBC Watershed Ride44 viewsThis Sunday, October 2, the 10th Annual Buzzards Bay Coalition Watershed Ride wound its way through Tri-Town, making a stop at Eastover Farm for lunch along the way. Some 151 participants completed an 11-, 35-, 75-, or first-ever 100-mile ride, spanning Little Compton, Rhode Island to Woods Hole. Photos by Colin Veitch
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