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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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Rochester's New Wheels96 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 Wheels96 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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Fun for Finleys107 viewsFriends and family gathered on Sunday, April 1 at the American Legion Hall in Mattapoisett to celebrate a combined 170 years of birthdays. About 80 people filled the hall to honor one of the town’s most beloved couples, Don and Hope Finley. Don will turn 90 in May and Hope just turned 80 last month. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Fun for Finleys96 viewsFriends and family gathered on Sunday, April 1 at the American Legion Hall in Mattapoisett to celebrate a combined 170 years of birthdays. About 80 people filled the hall to honor one of the town’s most beloved couples, Don and Hope Finley. Don will turn 90 in May and Hope just turned 80 last month. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Fun for Finleys91 viewsFriends and family gathered on Sunday, April 1 at the American Legion Hall in Mattapoisett to celebrate a combined 170 years of birthdays. About 80 people filled the hall to honor one of the town’s most beloved couples, Don and Hope Finley. Don will turn 90 in May and Hope just turned 80 last month. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Fun for Finleys85 viewsFriends and family gathered on Sunday, April 1 at the American Legion Hall in Mattapoisett to celebrate a combined 170 years of birthdays. About 80 people filled the hall to honor one of the town’s most beloved couples, Don and Hope Finley. Don will turn 90 in May and Hope just turned 80 last month. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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It IS Rocket Science!99 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum held an after-school program titled “Rocket Science” on March 15 which used weights and balances to see how rockets work. A group of students learned general principles and after constructing a small rocket got the chance to go outside to try them out. (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold).
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It IS Rocket Science!83 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum held an after-school program titled “Rocket Science” on March 15 which used weights and balances to see how rockets work. A group of students learned general principles and after constructing a small rocket got the chance to go outside to try them out. (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold).
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It IS Rocket Science!87 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum held an after-school program titled “Rocket Science” on March 15 which used weights and balances to see how rockets work. A group of students learned general principles and after constructing a small rocket got the chance to go outside to try them out. (Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold).
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La Fiesta in Marion95 viewsMembers of the Tri-County Symphonic Band treated SouthCoast music lovers to a world tour of musical styles and sounds as they presented their 'La Fiesta' concert program at Tabor Academy’s Fireman Performing Arts Center at Hoyt Hall in Marion on Sunday, March 25. The band played a variety of marches, masses and fanfares influenced by music from around the globe. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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