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Habitat for Humanity Home13 viewsChristine and Josh Liggerio stand with their daughter Hailey, 9, and son Keagan, 6, on the porch of their new Habitat for Humanity home in Marion on March 19. The Liggerios celebrated the completion of their new Wareham Road home with Habitat for Humanity of Buzzard’s Bay executives, Representative Bill Straus, and a crowd of well-wishers during a dedication ceremony on Saturday. Photo by Felix Perez
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ORRHS Class Olympics37 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 Olympics33 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 Olympics32 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 Olympics34 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 Olympics34 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 Olympics35 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 Olympics22 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 Olympics20 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 Olympics23 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 Olympics22 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 Ballet30 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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