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Hitting the Beach73 viewsA 25-ton house, gifted from Rochester resident Greg Kamon to soon-to-be Mattapoisett resident Deborah Francoeur, sits on a barge at the end of Brant Beach on November 5, 2009 while workers from New England Harbor Services and Mike Reid Mover Builders wait for 1:00 pm low tide to unload the house. Photo by Paul Lopes
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Hitting the Beach79 viewsA 25-ton house, gifted from Rochester resident Greg Kamon to soon-to-be Mattapoisett resident Deborah Francoeur, sits on a barge at the end of Brant Beach on November 5, 2009 while workers from New England Harbor Services and Mike Reid Mover Builders wait for 1:00 pm low tide to unload the house. Photo by Paul Lopes
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Rabies Clinic129 viewsAnother dog struts away from the Mattapoisett Fire Station on October 18 after receiving a vaccination at the 2009 Rabies Clinic. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley
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Rabies Clinic86 viewsAnother dog struts away from the Mattapoisett Fire Station on October 18 after receiving a vaccination at the 2009 Rabies Clinic. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley
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Extrication Practice91 viewsA mangled Ford Taurus stands outside the Mattapoisett fire station during the October 18 nor’easter as a reminder to the public to drive safely. The car was used for an extrication demonstration done on the October 15 Fire Station Open House. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley
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Climate Challenges112 viewsMattapoisett Woman's Club members discuss climate change with a renowned scientist at the New Bedford Ocean Explorium on October 17, 2009. From left to right: Myra Hart, Lee Yeaton, Alice Williams, Judy Kennedy, Katrina Beneker, Scientist Ruth Curry, and Arnett Peccini.
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Painting Donation123 viewsJames Russell, president of the New Bedford Whaling Museum (center) accepts painting from Mattapoisett watercolorist Mike Mazer (left) as Ian Marshall, president of the American Society of Marine Artists, (right) looks on. The painting was one of three donated to the New Bedford Whaling Museum by Dr. Mazer at the annual meeting of ASMA held recently at the Whaling Museum. Photo by Robert Semler, ASMA past president.
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The Wanderer150 viewsA “treasure trove” of photos depicting the Wanderer, the final ship to be built in Mattapoisett’s Shipyard Park, was purchased by Brad and Priscilla Hathaway, who donated the photos to the Mattapoisett Historical Society in September, 2009.
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The Wanderer124 viewsA “treasure trove” of photos depicting the Wanderer, the final ship to be built in Mattapoisett’s Shipyard Park, was purchased by Brad and Priscilla Hathaway, who donated the photos to the Mattapoisett Historical Society in September, 2009.
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The Wanderer128 viewsA “treasure trove” of photos depicting the Wanderer, the final ship to be built in Mattapoisett’s Shipyard Park, was purchased by Brad and Priscilla Hathaway, who donated the photos to the Mattapoisett Historical Society in September, 2009.
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The Wanderer122 viewsA “treasure trove” of photos depicting the Wanderer, the final ship to be built in Mattapoisett’s Shipyard Park, was purchased by Brad and Priscilla Hathaway, who donated the photos to the Mattapoisett Historical Society in September, 2009.
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Poker Run144 viewsMotorcyclists gathered Sunday morning, September 20, in the parking lot of ORR to ride in the third annual Poker Run for Alex Pateakos. Alex is a five-year-old Marion boy who suffers from Spinal Muscular Atrophy. Money raised by the poker run will benefit Alex, and Families of SMA, a group that helps families like the Pateakos’ live their lives as close to normal as possible. The Poker Run covered 65 miles and ran through Lakeville, Carver, East Wareham, and back to ORR. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley
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