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Lizzie T's Spelling Bee107 viewsElizabeth Taber Library's First Annual Lizzie T's Spelling Bee. March 8, 2007
Team: Bee MARVELous; Kate Marvel, Becky Love, & Kate Collins
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Lizzie T's Spelling Bee116 viewsElizabeth Taber Library's First Annual Lizzie T's Spelling Bee. March 8, 2007
Team Bee MARVELous; Kate Marvel, Becky Love, & Kate Collins
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Exchanging Ideas106 viewsForeign exchange students now attending ORR High School spoke to the members of the Women’s Community Guild of the Mattapoisett Congregational Church on Tuesday, March 6 in the church’s Reynard Hall. The three students are all members of the American Field Service (AFS) at ORR High School and spoke of their experiences here in America (a student from Holland and a student from Turkey) and abroad (an ORR student who spent a year in Iceland). (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Exchanging Ideas87 viewsForeign exchange students now attending ORR High School spoke to the members of the Women’s Community Guild of the Mattapoisett Congregational Church on Tuesday, March 6 in the church’s Reynard Hall. The three students are all members of the American Field Service (AFS) at ORR High School and spoke of their experiences here in America (a student from Holland and a student from Turkey) and abroad (an ORR student who spent a year in Iceland). (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Cat Turns 5095 viewsThe Plumb Memorial Library in Rochester held a Birthday Party commemorating the 50th anniversary of the release of Dr. Seuss' classic "The Cat in the Hat," which included fun, games and treats for all participants. The book’s author, the late Theodore Giesel, was a native of Springfield, MA. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Cat Turns 5099 viewsThe Plumb Memorial Library in Rochester held a Birthday Party commemorating the 50th anniversary of the release of Dr. Seuss' classic "The Cat in the Hat," which included fun, games and treats for all participants. The book’s author, the late Theodore Giesel, was a native of Springfield, MA. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Cat Turns 5086 viewsThe Plumb Memorial Library in Rochester held a Birthday Party commemorating the 50th anniversary of the release of Dr. Seuss' classic "The Cat in the Hat," which included fun, games and treats for all participants. The book’s author, the late Theodore Giesel, was a native of Springfield, MA. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Cat Turns 5077 viewsThe Plumb Memorial Library in Rochester held a Birthday Party commemorating the 50th anniversary of the release of Dr. Seuss' classic "The Cat in the Hat," which included fun, games and treats for all participants. The book’s author, the late Theodore Giesel, was a native of Springfield, MA. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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COA Director Departs143 viewsThe Mattapoisett Board of Selectmen recently acknowledged outgoing Council on Aging (COA) Director Cheryl Randall, who is leaving to become Director for the Association for Relief of Aging Women, by presenting her with a plaque for her past service to the town. Ms. Randall (second from left) is seen here posing with the plaque and bouquet of flowers from her father, George (center) along with Mattapoisett Selectman Jordan Collyer, Selectman Ray Andrews, and her son. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Scouts Honored97 viewsMattapoisett Boy Scouts Matthew O’Dowd, Charles Gaudet, and Alex Poulin were all recent inducted into the rank of “Eagle Scout” during an Eagle Scout Court of Honor held recently at the Mattapoisett Congregational Church. Each scout chose community service projects to attain the rank: Matthew coordinated a successful Red Cross blood drive; Charles organized the repair of the Mattapoisett Historical Society’s picket fence; and Alex helped senior citizens with difficult chores.
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Marion to Iditarod90 viewsSome of the trained dogs which will pull sleds in the annual Iditarod race in Alaska greet a new friend. Barbie Foster of Marion will be participating in this year’s 1,150-mile event which will take place on Saturday, March 3 starting in Anchorage, Alaska and travel to Nome in an estimated 10 to 17 days. (Photo courtesy of Barbie Foster).
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Horse of the Year147 viewsThe Arabian “Baltic Star,” a/k/a “Bailey,” just won the “Horse of the Year Award” from the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF). The horse is owned by Barbara Foster of Marion, who is also well-known as one of the organizers behind the annual Marion Horse Show in July. Bailey was nominated for the award by her trainer, Cheryl Lane-Caron, who runs Cranberry Knoll Arabians and National Show Horses in Rochester. (Photo courtesy of Reg Foster).
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