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Lion's Dinner52 viewsThe Mattapoisett Lions Club, with help from Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troup 53, welcomed about one hundred seniors to Mattapoisett Congregation Church's Reynard Hall for a special afternoon dinner on Saturday April, 18. The Lions Club served a hot turkey supper with all of the trimmings and also provided musical entertainment for the diners’ listening pleasure. Photo by Robert Chiarito
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Town Hall Improvements56 viewsThe students from Old Colony Vocational High School led by Mr. Stu Norton repair and reconstruct the handicap ramp at the Mattapoisett Town hall. The students will be back in September to complete the re-construction of the emergency staircase leading from the second floor to grade. The Town has saved appx. $20,000.00 in labor costs and has provided the students a great learning experience and given them a sense of pride that can't be beat. Hats off to the team and a sincere thanks from the Town's people, S
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Poetic Jazz145 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz113 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz73 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz75 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz64 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz67 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz62 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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A Touch of Spring56 viewsThe Garden Group of the Mattapoisett Woman's Club took time last week to add a touch for spring to the window boxes at the post office. The woman's club also maintains the flowers outside the Town Hall, the Library, Mattapoisett Museum and Carriage House, and the Triangle (Rte. 6). Those helping out with the project included Sandy Hering (back on the left) and Estelle Jacobson (on the right), and not pictured: Marilyn Flood, Priscilla Hathaway, Peg Olney, and Lee Yeaton. (Photo by Paul Lopes)
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A Touch of Spring60 viewsThe Garden Group of the Mattapoisett Woman's Club took time last week to add a touch for spring to the window boxes at the post office. The woman's club also maintains the flowers outside the Town Hall, the Library, Mattapoisett Museum and Carriage House, and the Triangle (Rte. 6). Those helping out with the project included Sandy Hering (back on the left) and Estelle Jacobson (on the right), and not pictured: Marilyn Flood, Priscilla Hathaway, Peg Olney, and Lee Yeaton. (Photo by Paul Lopes)
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A Touch of Spring51 viewsThe Garden Group of the Mattapoisett Woman's Club took time last week to add a touch for spring to the window boxes at the post office. The woman's club also maintains the flowers outside the Town Hall, the Library, Mattapoisett Museum and Carriage House, and the Triangle (Rte. 6). Those helping out with the project included Sandy Hering (back on the left) and Estelle Jacobson (on the right), and not pictured: Marilyn Flood, Priscilla Hathaway, Peg Olney, and Lee Yeaton. (Photo by Paul Lopes)
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