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Water Logged225 viewsAnother team happily exits their boat after making the two-hour-plus trek down the Mattapoisett River in the 2007 Memorial Day Boat Race. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Up the River214 viewsJim Manning of Marion and Peter MacGregor of Rochester (Team #8) paddle toward the finish line during the 2007 Memorial Day Boat Race on the Mattapoisett River. The duo ended up finishing sixth overall. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Lining Up222 viewsRacers wait alongside their handbuilt wooden boats for the start of the 2007 Memorial Day Boat Race on the Mattapoisett River which began at Grandma Hartley's Reservoir in Rochester on Monday morning, May 28. (Photo by Tim Smith).
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Finish Line218 viewsHandbuilt wooden boats which have completed the 11-mile trek down the Mattapoisett River are lined up near the finish line during the 2007 Annual Memorial Day Boat Race from Rochester to Mattapoisett. (Photo by Tim Smith).
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Hot Dog Chief199 viewsRochester Fire Chief Scott Ashworth serves up hot dogs during the 2007 Memorial Day Boat Race on the Mattapoisett River. (Photo by Tim Smith).
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Tri-Town Bike Benefit210 viewsSeveral hundred children and their parents braved soggy conditions to participate in the first annual Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) Tri-Town Ride for Kids on Saturday, May 19 starting at Center School on Barstow Street in Mattapoisett. The young bikers arrived with the goal of pedaling their way towards raising $10,000 in the fight to find a cure for cancer. Children ranging in age from 3 to 15 years were encouraged to participate in the bike rally benefit. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Tri-Town Bike Benefit189 viewsSeveral hundred children and their parents braved soggy conditions to participate in the first annual Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) Tri-Town Ride for Kids on Saturday, May 19 starting at Center School on Barstow Street in Mattapoisett. The young bikers arrived with the goal of pedaling their way towards raising $10,000 in the fight to find a cure for cancer. Children ranging in age from 3 to 15 years were encouraged to participate in the bike rally benefit. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Tri-Town Bike Benefit166 viewsSeveral hundred children and their parents braved soggy conditions to participate in the first annual Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) Tri-Town Ride for Kids on Saturday, May 19 starting at Center School on Barstow Street in Mattapoisett. The young bikers arrived with the goal of pedaling their way towards raising $10,000 in the fight to find a cure for cancer. Children ranging in age from 3 to 15 years were encouraged to participate in the bike rally benefit. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Tri-Town Bike Benefit160 viewsSeveral hundred children and their parents braved soggy conditions to participate in the first annual Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) Tri-Town Ride for Kids on Saturday, May 19 starting at Center School on Barstow Street in Mattapoisett. The young bikers arrived with the goal of pedaling their way towards raising $10,000 in the fight to find a cure for cancer. Children ranging in age from 3 to 15 years were encouraged to participate in the bike rally benefit. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Memorial Day Speaker168 viewsRochester resident LTC (Ret) Anthony S. Ruocco will be the Principal Speaker at Mattapoisett’s Annual Memorial Day Ceremonies to be held on Monday, May 28 beginning at 1:30 pm at Center School. LTC Ruocco graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1979 and served on the faculty of his alma mater from 1996 until his retirement in 2002, having served 23 years on active duty. (Photo courtesy of Paula Butterfield).
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Mother-Daughter Tea173 viewsA "Mother-Daughter Tea" was held on Saturday, May 19 in Reynard Hall at the Mattapoisett Congregational Church. The tea featured a “Language of Flowers, Fans, and Calling Cards” along with a presentation by Donna and Ron Lasko, named the “Ultimate Tea Couple” by the Tea Association of the USA. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mother-Daughter Tea169 viewsA "Mother-Daughter Tea" was held on Saturday, May 19 in Reynard Hall at the Mattapoisett Congregational Church. The tea featured a “Language of Flowers, Fans, and Calling Cards” along with a presentation by Donna and Ron Lasko, named the “Ultimate Tea Couple” by the Tea Association of the USA. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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