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The Butterfly111 viewsThe Butterfly, a boat skippered by Vern Tisdale, left from Mattapoisett Harbor at the August 15 2010 Stone Horse Rendezvous and Builder's Cup, sponsored by the New Bedford Yacht Club. Photo courtesy of Tom Kenney.
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The Big Bake136 viewsMichael Lamoureux of the American Legion Florence Eastman Post 220 called the August 8, 2010 clambake a “gigantic success”. Close to 240 people came to enjoy an old-fashioned clambake with the Lions’ Club, the Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53, Mattapoisett firefighters, and the Firefighters Auxiliary Club all pitching in to help. Photos by Lynn Short.
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The Big Bake103 viewsMichael Lamoureux of the American Legion Florence Eastman Post 220 called the August 8, 2010 clambake a “gigantic success”. Close to 240 people came to enjoy an old-fashioned clambake with the Lions’ Club, the Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53, Mattapoisett firefighters, and the Firefighters Auxiliary Club all pitching in to help. Photos by Lynn Short.
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The Big Bake98 viewsMichael Lamoureux of the American Legion Florence Eastman Post 220 called the August 8, 2010 clambake a “gigantic success”. Close to 240 people came to enjoy an old-fashioned clambake with the Lions’ Club, the Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53, Mattapoisett firefighters, and the Firefighters Auxiliary Club all pitching in to help. Photos by Lynn Short.
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The Big Bake91 viewsMichael Lamoureux of the American Legion Florence Eastman Post 220 called the August 8, 2010 clambake a “gigantic success”. Close to 240 people came to enjoy an old-fashioned clambake with the Lions’ Club, the Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53, Mattapoisett firefighters, and the Firefighters Auxiliary Club all pitching in to help. Photos by Lynn Short.
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The Big Bake78 viewsMichael Lamoureux of the American Legion Florence Eastman Post 220 called the August 8, 2010 clambake a “gigantic success”. Close to 240 people came to enjoy an old-fashioned clambake with the Lions’ Club, the Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53, Mattapoisett firefighters, and the Firefighters Auxiliary Club all pitching in to help. Photos by Lynn Short.
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The Big Bake58 viewsMichael Lamoureux of the American Legion Florence Eastman Post 220 called the August 8, 2010 clambake a “gigantic success”. Close to 240 people came to enjoy an old-fashioned clambake with the Lions’ Club, the Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53, Mattapoisett firefighters, and the Firefighters Auxiliary Club all pitching in to help. Photos by Lynn Short.
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The Big Bake64 viewsMichael Lamoureux of the American Legion Florence Eastman Post 220 called the August 8, 2010 clambake a “gigantic success”. Close to 240 people came to enjoy an old-fashioned clambake with the Lions’ Club, the Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53, Mattapoisett firefighters, and the Firefighters Auxiliary Club all pitching in to help. Photos by Lynn Short.
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The Big Bake67 viewsMichael Lamoureux of the American Legion Florence Eastman Post 220 called the August 8, 2010 clambake a “gigantic success”. Close to 240 people came to enjoy an old-fashioned clambake with the Lions’ Club, the Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53, Mattapoisett firefighters, and the Firefighters Auxiliary Club all pitching in to help. Photos by Lynn Short.
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The Big Bake57 viewsMichael Lamoureux of the American Legion Florence Eastman Post 220 called the August 8, 2010 clambake a “gigantic success”. Close to 240 people came to enjoy an old-fashioned clambake with the Lions’ Club, the Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53, Mattapoisett firefighters, and the Firefighters Auxiliary Club all pitching in to help. Photos by Lynn Short.
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Summer Fun74 viewsWho says summer is almost over? It was a beautiful day for kite flying and frolicking at Ned’s Point on August 13, 2010. School can wait for a few more weeks… Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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PanMass Challenge119 viewsLocal Tri-Town residents rode almost 200 miles from Sturbridge to Provincetown on August 7 and 8, 2010 at the Dana-Farber Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC). PMC has raised over $270 million dollars for cancer research over the last 31 years. This year they are hoping to reach $31 million. Please go to: www.pmc.org to learn more. From left to right, Mattapoisett residents Dan McQuillin, Heather Briggs Hobler and Jimmy DiPasqua participated in the 2010 PMC. Photo courtesy of Peter McGowan.
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