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Boy Scout Troop 5338 viewsJames DeMailly, a Mattapoisett resident with Boy Scout Troop 53, works along with fellow troop members to complete his Eagle project on Saturday, August 13. DeMailly repaired, restored, and coordinated the re-installation of the Mattapoisett Congregational Church sign with troop assistance. DeMailly said the scope of work took several months, as refurbishment was fairly extensive. The church funded the project. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Crescent Beach Association Art Show37 viewsArtists Sandra Marchetti, Janet Smith-Flaherty, Jane Egan, and Pam Fleming pose in front of some of their artwork at the Crescent Beach Association Art Show held on Saturday, August 13. They report that the show was a successful event. A portion of the proceeds went to the association. Photo by Roger Ames
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Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic37 viewsThursday, August 4 was the first ever Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic, co-sponsored by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Mattapoisett Historical Society. About 200 guests turned out to Munro Preserve for a fun evening of food, wine, and music. Photos by Andrea Ray
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Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic39 viewsThursday, August 4 was the first ever Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic, co-sponsored by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Mattapoisett Historical Society. About 200 guests turned out to Munro Preserve for a fun evening of food, wine, and music. Photos by Andrea Ray
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Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic37 viewsThursday, August 4 was the first ever Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic, co-sponsored by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Mattapoisett Historical Society. About 200 guests turned out to Munro Preserve for a fun evening of food, wine, and music. Photos by Andrea Ray
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Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic37 viewsThursday, August 4 was the first ever Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic, co-sponsored by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Mattapoisett Historical Society. About 200 guests turned out to Munro Preserve for a fun evening of food, wine, and music. Photos by Andrea Ray
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Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic36 viewsThursday, August 4 was the first ever Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic, co-sponsored by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Mattapoisett Historical Society. About 200 guests turned out to Munro Preserve for a fun evening of food, wine, and music. Photos by Andrea Ray
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Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic27 viewsThursday, August 4 was the first ever Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic, co-sponsored by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Mattapoisett Historical Society. About 200 guests turned out to Munro Preserve for a fun evening of food, wine, and music. Photos by Andrea Ray
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Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic16 viewsThursday, August 4 was the first ever Annual Mattapoisett Great Community Picnic, co-sponsored by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Mattapoisett Historical Society. About 200 guests turned out to Munro Preserve for a fun evening of food, wine, and music. Photos by Andrea Ray
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David Anderson18 viewsMattapoisett resident David Anderson is exploring the history of his hometown and his family through the journals kept by his great-great grandparents and documenting their story to share with the world. Photo by Marilou Newell
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David Anderson18 viewsMattapoisett resident David Anderson is exploring the history of his hometown and his family through the journals kept by his great-great grandparents and documenting their story to share with the world. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Mattapoisett Library Volunteer Recognition Reception17 viewsThe Mattapoisett Library held its annual Volunteer Recognition Reception on July 13. Library Director Susan Pizzolato and staff recognized the importance of the 125 volunteer corps that aids in everything from putting books back on shelves to helping high school students write letters to caring for the library’s live animals to aiding in preparing resumes for college applications. Pizzolato said, “The staff couldn’t deliver the level of service they do without our volunteers.
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