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Tiara Classic Road Race106 viewsThe Center School/Old Hammondtown School running club took part in the annual Mother's Day Tiara Classic Road Race on May 8, 2011. Photo courtesy of Heather Bichsel.
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Flying High134 viewsTwo-year-old Brady Araujo watches a kite flying on a Mattapoisett beach on April 29, 2011. Photo courtesy of Sheila Araujo.
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Eagle Scout97 viewsEagle Scout Haakon Perkins was honored on Saturday April 30, 2011 in an Eagle Court of Honor in Reynard Hall. Only two percent of all Boy Scouts ever reach the Eagle rank, which is the highest rank in Boy Scouts. Haakon is part of Troop 53 in Mattapoisett, which has been chosen as 2011 Troop of the Year for Cachalot district. Photo courtesy of Bodil Perkins.
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Be on the Lookout!129 viewsThe Mattapoisett Police are asking for the public's help identifying the woman in this surveillance photograph from Circle B Liquors in Mattapoisett on April 14, 2011. The woman is suspected of stealing a Lions Club donation canister from Circle B and also a Chloe Harding Cancer fundraising container from Seahorse Wine and Spirits on Route 6. If you recognize this woman, please call the Mattapoisett Police at 508-758-4141.
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Center School Clock114 viewsThe clockworks of the Center School's 1898 Seth Adams clock await restoration. Ray Andrews is leading the effort to raise $70,000 to restore the clock and move its mechanics down into the school where visitors can see it operating. Photo courtesy of Ray Andrews.
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Med Flight102 viewsA man suffered a head injury and a laceration to his arm in a fall at the Bay Club on April 25, 2011. He was transported by ambulance to the Mattapoisett Police Station and then airlifted to a Rhode Island Hospital. Photo by Chris Martin.
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Gifts To Give150 viewsJunior Friends of the Mattapoisett Library collected over 1200 dental supplies during the month of February from Center School, Old Hammondtown School, the Junior and Senior High Schools, and local dentists for "Gifts to Give" in New Bedford. Pictured from left to right: Michael Kassabian, Jim Stevens CEO and Founder of Gifts to Give, Aimee Hill, and Daniel Fealy. Photo by Lisa Hill.
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Chinese Culture126 viewsChildren learned about Chinese culture and the Year of the Rabbit at a February 24, 2011 Mattapoisett library event. Librarian Linda Burke read a traditional Chinese story, and then the children enjoyed making their own dragons, watched as Haiying Zhang wrote their names in Mandarin, and tried eating fried rice with chopsticks. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Chinese Culture104 viewsChildren learned about Chinese culture and the Year of the Rabbit at a February 24, 2011 Mattapoisett library event. Librarian Linda Burke read a traditional Chinese story, and then the children enjoyed making their own dragons, watched as Haiying Zhang wrote their names in Mandarin, and tried eating fried rice with chopsticks. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Chinese Culture103 viewsChildren learned about Chinese culture and the Year of the Rabbit at a February 24, 2011 Mattapoisett library event. Librarian Linda Burke read a traditional Chinese story, and then the children enjoyed making their own dragons, watched as Haiying Zhang wrote their names in Mandarin, and tried eating fried rice with chopsticks. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Chinese Culture128 viewsChildren learned about Chinese culture and the Year of the Rabbit at a February 24, 2011 Mattapoisett library event. Librarian Linda Burke read a traditional Chinese story, and then the children enjoyed making their own dragons, watched as Haiying Zhang wrote their names in Mandarin, and tried eating fried rice with chopsticks. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Chinese Culture85 viewsChildren learned about Chinese culture and the Year of the Rabbit at a February 24, 2011 Mattapoisett library event. Librarian Linda Burke read a traditional Chinese story, and then the children enjoyed making their own dragons, watched as Haiying Zhang wrote their names in Mandarin, and tried eating fried rice with chopsticks. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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