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Deploying for Afghanistan79 viewsEdward Sweeney Jr. of Rochester hugs his wife Cheryl and children Michael and Alexis before deploying for Afghanistan on Sunday, September 2 from Camp Edwards. Photo Courtesy of Cheryl Sweeney
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Shipyards of Mattapoisett61 viewsOn Sunday, September 2, Mattapoisett Historical Society Seth Mendell hosted a tour entitled “Shipyards of Mattapoisett” where he talked to local residents about the town’s world famous shipbuilding industry and whaling history. The lecture was held in Shipyard Park overlooking the water. Photos by Deb Burdock.
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Shipyards of Mattapoisett58 viewsOn Sunday, September 2, Mattapoisett Historical Society Seth Mendell hosted a tour entitled “Shipyards of Mattapoisett” where he talked to local residents about the town’s world famous shipbuilding industry and whaling history. The lecture was held in Shipyard Park overlooking the water. Photos by Deb Burdock.
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Jimmy Fund Walk62 viewsOn Sunday, September 9, Mattapoisett resident Ed Talbot will join thousands of runners in the 24th Annual Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk. Talbot will walk the 26.2 miles to raise money for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. Pictured from left to right: Karen Correia of Fairhaven, Carol Ann Days-Merrill of Fairhaven, Ed Talbot, Carol Morton of New Bedford and Monica Perreira of New Bedford. Photo courtesy of Ed Talbot.
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Mary Clare Doyle76 views 100-year-old Mary Clare Doyle was recognized for her 68-year membership to the Florence Eastman Post 280 in Mattapoisett. Doyle was recognized by Post 280 Chaplain Richard Langhoff, left, and his wife Ilona, right. Doyle, center, turned 100 on August 16. She was formerly a resident of Mattapoisett and currently resides in Meredith, NY. Photo courtesy of Richard Langhoff.
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K-9 Demonstration67 viewsDeputy Kevin Aldini of the Plymouth County Sherrifs Department plays with his service dog, Bodo, during a demonstration of the skills of police K-9 units at YMCA Camp Massasoit. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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66 viewsDeputy Kevin Aldini of the Plymouth County Sherrifs Department plays with his service dog, Bodo, during a demonstration of the skills of police K-9 units at YMCA Camp Massasoit. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Summer Reading Play64 viewsOn Friday, August 3, members of the Mattapoisett Library Summer Reading Program presented their final play of the season in their outdoor theater on the Library’s lawn. Seven children participated in the play, which they wrote themselves. The play was a compilation of various famous childhood tales, such as Jack in the Beanstalk. Photo by Katy Fitzpatrick.
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Summer Reading Play64 viewsOn Friday, August 3, members of the Mattapoisett Library Summer Reading Program presented their final play of the season in their outdoor theater on the Library’s lawn. Seven children participated in the play, which they wrote themselves. The play was a compilation of various famous childhood tales, such as Jack in the Beanstalk. Photo by Katy Fitzpatrick.
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Summer Reading Play50 viewsOn Friday, August 3, members of the Mattapoisett Library Summer Reading Program presented their final play of the season in their outdoor theater on the Library’s lawn. Seven children participated in the play, which they wrote themselves. The play was a compilation of various famous childhood tales, such as Jack in the Beanstalk. Photo by Katy Fitzpatrick.
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Summer Reading Play61 viewsOn Friday, August 3, members of the Mattapoisett Library Summer Reading Program presented their final play of the season in their outdoor theater on the Library’s lawn. Seven children participated in the play, which they wrote themselves. The play was a compilation of various famous childhood tales, such as Jack in the Beanstalk. Photo by Katy Fitzpatrick.
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Summer Reading Play67 viewsOn Friday, August 3, members of the Mattapoisett Library Summer Reading Program presented their final play of the season in their outdoor theater on the Library’s lawn. Seven children participated in the play, which they wrote themselves. The play was a compilation of various famous childhood tales, such as Jack in the Beanstalk. Photo by Katy Fitzpatrick.
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