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River Road Flood109 viewsThe heavy rains over the past week finally pushed the Mattapoisett River beyond it's banks causing the road to be closed and flooding near by yards. March 31, 2010. Photo by Paul Lopes
River Road Flood106 viewsThe heavy rains over the past week finally pushed the Mattapoisett River beyond it's banks causing the road to be closed and flooding near by yards. March 31, 2010. Photo by Paul Lopes
Split Rock128 viewsSplit Rock, a large rock in the private Bay Club community, marks one of the entrances to the Tinkham Forest. At the March 23, 2010 Mattapoisett Board of Selectmen meeting, the Board agreed to help the Friends of the Tinkham Forest gain two more points of access to the public forest, which is landlocked by the gated community. Photo by Paul Lopes.
St. Patty's108 viewsKaitlyn Florio entertains at the St. Patrick’s luncheon hosted by the Mattapoisett Friends of the Elderly on March 18, 2010. There was plenty of green cake, green punch, and good conversation in the room. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
Concordia124 viewsMattapoisett resident Tom Borges, an artist and ship's carpenter, poses with his one-third scale wooden model of a Concordia Yawl on display at the New Bedford Whaling Museum in the Jacobs Family Gallery. Photo courtesy of Arthur P. Motta.
Sara Delano91 viewsArea historian Natalie Hemingway entertained a crowded room at the Mattapoisett Free Public Library on Sunday, March 14, 2010, with a presentation on Sara Delano, a Fairhaven legend and mother to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Ms. Hemingway got into character and lifted everyone’s spirits on a dreary, rainy day. Photo by Sarah K. Taylor.
Storytellers91 viewsOn Thursday, March 11, storytellers Anne-Marie Forer and Cindy Killavey, the dynamic duo that makes up “Take Two Tandem Tellers”, performed for Center School’s first graders. Their storytelling program incorporated song and Anne-Marie Forer accompanied with fiddle and guitar. The children and teachers enjoyed this fun, interactive experience. Photo courtesy of Debra Nettles.
March is Reading Month113 viewsThe students at Center School in Mattapoisett honored the month of the Young Reader and Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2. Children came dressed in stripes, wearing hats and toting copies of their favorite Dr. Seuss books. The cafeteria served green eggs and ham for lunch, and throughout the day, everyone enjoyed many of the wonderful books that Dr. Seuss wrote. Pictured here are second grade teacher Maria Tomon and second grader William Gauvin.
Turkey Crossing100 viewsThis turkey is just out for a stroll in front of Mattapoisett's Knights of Columbus hall on Route 6 on March 8, 2010. The mild, sunny weather was irresistible to everyone - even a turkey. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
Stan Ellis Retires92 viewsOld Hammondtown School teacher Stan Ellis will be retiring this year after 29 years of teaching in Mattapoisett. Mr. Ellis will be recognized with a Massachusetts Jazz Educators Lifetime Achievement Award at the Massachusetts Music Educators All-State Conference on March 18, and Mr. Ellis will soon be publishing a book entitled Whiskers on My Cat. Photo by Laura Pedulli.
Helping Haiti81 viewsJoseph Corazzini, left, accepts a letter of appreciation from Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator W. Craig Fugate, right, for his work in Haiti providing communication support to White House staff after a devastating January earthquake left the country in a state of emergency. Photo courtesy of Dennis Pinkham.
Tees4Haiti97 viewsA program to raise money for relief efforts in Haiti took place at the Center School on February 27, 2010. Mattapoisett resident Kimberly Thomas designed t-shirts to sell for Haiti, and made them to be “unique and special just like the Haitian children and the American children who wear them”. The Family Fun day at the Center School raised money for the Red Cross. Photo courtesy of Kim Thomas.
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