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Converse Point52 viewsSteve Chicco took this photo on Converse Point facing Cuttyhunk on Friday afternoon before the second snowstorm arrived on Saturday.
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Converse Point50 viewsSteve Chicco took this photo on Converse Point facing Cuttyhunk on Friday afternoon before the second snowstorm arrived on Saturday.
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Converse Point49 viewsSteve Chicco took this photo on Converse Point facing Cuttyhunk on Friday afternoon before the second snowstorm arrived on Saturday.
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Shipyard Park52 viewsMichele Couto took this photo of the gazebo in Shipyard Park on Saturday afternoon during the snowstorm, which brought over a foot of snow to the area.
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Go Pats!52 viewsMark Mooney of Crystal Spring Road in Mattapoisett created this humongous football helmet in the snow to show support for the Patriots.
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Snow Fun50 viewsThe sun after the storm helped make Sunday a picturesque day. Photo courtesy Faith Ball
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Snow Fun47 viewsThe sun after the storm helped make Sunday a picturesque day. Photo courtesy Faith Ball
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Snow Fun44 viewsThe sun after the storm helped make Sunday a picturesque day. Photo courtesy Faith Ball
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Snow Fun42 viewsThe sun after the storm helped make Sunday a picturesque day. Photo courtesy Faith Ball
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Eagle Scout70 viewsJohn Richard Nakashian (shown here) was recently promoted to the rank of Eagle Scout by Marion Troop 32 Scoutmaster Paul St. Don.
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Sole Survivor63 viewsTri-Town Relay for Life team “Sole Survivor” held its annual wreath sale over the holiday weekend at the old Al’s Yankee Clipper on Route 6 in Marion. Wreaths, as well as handmade kissing balls and evergreen decorations will remain on sale on Saturday and Sunday until Christmas or until supplies run out – and they are going fast! Photos by Jean Perry
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Sole Survivor61 viewsTri-Town Relay for Life team “Sole Survivor” held its annual wreath sale over the holiday weekend at the old Al’s Yankee Clipper on Route 6 in Marion. Wreaths, as well as handmade kissing balls and evergreen decorations will remain on sale on Saturday and Sunday until Christmas or until supplies run out – and they are going fast! Photos by Jean Perry
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