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Mother-Daughter Tea175 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 Tea162 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 Tea168 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 Tea166 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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Marion Spruces Up156 viewsMarion celebrated Arbor Day on Saturday, May 12 by urging people to come out and volunteer their time for a town wide clean-up effort. The event was aimed at not only removing trash from the town's roadsides, but also acted as a benefit for local organizations whose mission is to beautifying Marion's green spaces. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Marion Spruces Up127 viewsMarion celebrated Arbor Day on Saturday, May 12 by urging people to come out and volunteer their time for a town wide clean-up effort. Here members of the Sippican School Band perform at Island Wharf during the event. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Marion Spruces Up127 viewsMarion celebrated Arbor Day on Saturday, May 12 by urging people to come out and volunteer their time for a town wide clean-up effort. Here members of the Sippican School Band perform at Island Wharf during the event. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Marion Spruces Up116 viewsMarion celebrated Arbor Day on Saturday, May 12 by urging people to come out and volunteer their time for a town wide clean-up effort. Here members of the Sippican School Band perform at Island Wharf during the event. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Marion Spruces Up120 viewsMarion celebrated Arbor Day on Saturday, May 12 by urging people to come out and volunteer their time for a town wide clean-up effort. The event was aimed at not only removing trash from the town's roadsides, but also acted as a benefit for local organizations whose mission is to beautifying Marion's green spaces. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mom's Marathon '07145 viewsAn estimated 400 runners and walkers came out to the Oxford Creamery in Mattapoisett on Sunday, May 13 to participate in the first annual Tiara Classic Mother’s Day 5K Road Race. The race was held to benefit the Women’s Fund of Southeastern Massachusetts. Many of the runners donned tiaras and capes, making this event one of the more colorful local road races. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mom's Marathon '07132 viewsAn estimated 400 runners and walkers came out to the Oxford Creamery in Mattapoisett on Sunday, May 13 to participate in the first annual Tiara Classic Mother’s Day 5K Road Race. The race was held to benefit the Women’s Fund of Southeastern Massachusetts. Many of the runners donned tiaras and capes, making this event one of the more colorful local road races. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mom's Marathon '07136 viewsAn estimated 400 runners and walkers came out to the Oxford Creamery in Mattapoisett on Sunday, May 13 to participate in the first annual Tiara Classic Mother’s Day 5K Road Race. The race was held to benefit the Women’s Fund of Southeastern Massachusetts. Many of the runners donned tiaras and capes, making this event one of the more colorful local road races. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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