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Wrestling in Rochester84 viewsMembers of the Northeast Championship Wrestling League (NCW) held a series of wrestling matchups in the gymnasium of Rochester’s Memorial School on Saturday, April 14 on the occasion of their tenth anniversary to stage a ‘Reunion’ of NCW to benefit the family of RMS science teacher Tom Kinsky. Mr. Kinsky and his family lost their Wareham home to fire on the night of February 25, which left the family in need of virtually all necessities. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Wrestling in Rochester120 viewsMembers of the Northeast Championship Wrestling League (NCW) held a series of wrestling matchups in the gymnasium of Rochester’s Memorial School on Saturday, April 14 on the occasion of their tenth anniversary to stage a ‘Reunion’ of NCW to benefit the family of RMS science teacher Tom Kinsky. Mr. Kinsky and his family lost their Wareham home to fire on the night of February 25, which left the family in need of virtually all necessities. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Scouts Cross Over109 viewsHaakon Perkins and Lee Estes of Mattapoisett took part in an impressive ceremony the last weekend in March at Camp Tinkham in Mattapoisett where they formally “graduated” from the Webelos pack to the Cub Scout troop during a “crossing over” ceremony that included fellow scouts and family members. The ceremony borrowed from Native American clothing and ceremonial techniques. (Photo courtesy of Bodil Perkins).
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Sunrise Shipyard Service125 viewsMembers and guests of the Mattapoisett Congregational Church gathered in the town’s Shipyard Park for their annual Easter Sunrise Service with Reverend Dr. Virginia H. Child on Sunday, April 8. The chilly but tranquil setting of the harbor glistening in the early morning golden sunlight served well to complement Reverend Child’s sermon on peace and renewal. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Sunrise Shipyard Service104 viewsMembers and guests of the Mattapoisett Congregational Church gathered in the town’s Shipyard Park for their annual Easter Sunrise Service with Reverend Dr. Virginia H. Child on Sunday, April 8. The chilly but tranquil setting of the harbor glistening in the early morning golden sunlight served well to complement Reverend Child’s sermon on peace and renewal. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Tabor Organ Recital96 viewsOrganist Paul Halley, MA Cantab, FRCO, ARCT, will perform the William C. Maxwell Recital on the Andrew Heitman Memorial Organ in Wickenden Chapel at Tabor Academy on Friday, April 13 at 7:30 pm. Admission is free and open to the public.
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Planning for 150101 viewsOn Sunday, April 1, a group of gardening enthusiasts gathered at The Mattapoisett Inn for a benefit aimed at helping to beautify the town with flowers in advance of this summer’s 150th birthday celebration. The project will include installing window boxes at Shipyard Park and the Town Beach and also planting a flower bed in the shape of the 150th Anniversary logo at the entrance to the Town Wharf. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Planning for 150132 viewsOn Sunday, April 1, a group of gardening enthusiasts gathered at The Mattapoisett Inn for a benefit aimed at helping to beautify the town with flowers in advance of this summer’s 150th birthday celebration. The project will include installing window boxes at Shipyard Park and the Town Beach and also planting a flower bed in the shape of the 150th Anniversary logo at the entrance to the Town Wharf. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Planning for 15095 viewsOn Sunday, April 1, a group of gardening enthusiasts gathered at The Mattapoisett Inn for a benefit aimed at helping to beautify the town with flowers in advance of this summer’s 150th birthday celebration. The project will include installing window boxes at Shipyard Park and the Town Beach and also planting a flower bed in the shape of the 150th Anniversary logo at the entrance to the Town Wharf. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Rochester's New Wheels119 viewsRochester Selectman Dan McGaffey (far left) and Council on Aging (COA) Director Sharon Lally (second from left) pour non-alcoholic champagne over the hood of the newly-dedicated COA minibus which the town acquired through a rebate they received from MBTA funds while other members of the COA Board of Directors look on. The new 14-passenger vehicle can also accommodate two wheelchairs and will be used to transport seniors to various events. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Rochester's New Wheels100 viewsTown officials and members of the Rochester Council on Aging (COA) Board of Directors poured non-alcoholic champagne over the hood of the newly-dedicated COA minibus which the town acquired through a rebate they received from MBTA funds during a dedication ceremony held on Friday, March 30. The new 14-passenger vehicle can also accommodate two wheelchairs and will be used to transport seniors to various events. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Rochester's New Wheels98 viewsTown officials and members of the Rochester Council on Aging (COA) Board of Directors poured non-alcoholic champagne over the hood of the newly-dedicated COA minibus which the town acquired through a rebate they received from MBTA funds during a dedication ceremony held on Friday, March 30. The new 14-passenger vehicle can also accommodate two wheelchairs and will be used to transport seniors to various events. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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