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Girls and Boys Championship Games8 viewsMarion Recreation held the Girls and Boys Championship Games at the Old Rochester Regional High School on Thursday, March 20th. The Girls League 2014 Champions are the Mercury. Players: Alex Strand, Emily Erickson, Kinsley Dickerson, Mickenna Soucy, Lexi Smead, Jaclyn Stadelmann, Paige Feeney, Jacqueline Barrett, Georgia Toland and Katelyn Luong. Coached by Jeff Dickerson, Nhant Luong, and Stacey Perry.
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Mattapoisett Free Library Birthday2 views“Say Triskaidekaphobia!” the Cat in the Hat told the children, posing for a photo at the Mattapoisett Free Library on Saturday, March 22. What the heck is that, the children asked the Cat in the Hat. “Google it!” he told the children laughing at his silliness. The library knows how to throw a party, celebrating five years since the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library funded the expansion of the library. “They even bought a cake,” said Children’s Services Librarian Sandra Burke. By Jean Perry
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Mattapoisett Free Library Birthday2 views“Say Triskaidekaphobia!” the Cat in the Hat told the children, posing for a photo at the Mattapoisett Free Library on Saturday, March 22. What the heck is that, the children asked the Cat in the Hat. “Google it!” he told the children laughing at his silliness. The library knows how to throw a party, celebrating five years since the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library funded the expansion of the library. “They even bought a cake,” said Children’s Services Librarian Sandra Burke. By Jean Perry
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Mattapoisett Free Library Birthday2 views“Say Triskaidekaphobia!” the Cat in the Hat told the children, posing for a photo at the Mattapoisett Free Library on Saturday, March 22. What the heck is that, the children asked the Cat in the Hat. “Google it!” he told the children laughing at his silliness. The library knows how to throw a party, celebrating five years since the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library funded the expansion of the library. “They even bought a cake,” said Children’s Services Librarian Sandra Burke. By Jean Perry
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Mattapoisett Free Library Birthday4 views“Say Triskaidekaphobia!” the Cat in the Hat told the children, posing for a photo at the Mattapoisett Free Library on Saturday, March 22. What the heck is that, the children asked the Cat in the Hat. “Google it!” he told the children laughing at his silliness. The library knows how to throw a party, celebrating five years since the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library funded the expansion of the library. “They even bought a cake,” said Children’s Services Librarian Sandra Burke. By Jean Perry
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American Legion5 viewsOn Tuesday, March 25, 2014 the American Legion and the Mattapoisett Board of Selectmen honored Evelyn Pursley and Donald Fleming whose decades of service to the town and its residents span a total of 110 years. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Mattapoisett Free Library Birthday7 views“Say Triskaidekaphobia!” the Cat in the Hat told the children, posing for a photo at the Mattapoisett Free Library on Saturday, March 22. What the heck is that, the children asked the Cat in the Hat. “Google it!” he told the children laughing at his silliness. The library knows how to throw a party, celebrating five years since the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library funded the expansion of the library. “They even bought a cake,” said Children’s Services Librarian Sandra Burke. By Jean Perry
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Mattapoisett Free Library Birthday6 views“Say Triskaidekaphobia!” the Cat in the Hat told the children, posing for a photo at the Mattapoisett Free Library on Saturday, March 22. What the heck is that, the children asked the Cat in the Hat. “Google it!” he told the children laughing at his silliness. The library knows how to throw a party, celebrating five years since the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library funded the expansion of the library. “They even bought a cake,” said Children’s Services Librarian Sandra Burke. By Jean Perry
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Dunn Rocks9 viewsOn March 15, Dunn, along with fellow Huxter member Paul Amenta and joined by Dick Derry, performed at the Mattapoisett Congregational Church this past weekend. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Volunteerism Award11 viewsMattapoisett resident Carole Jarvis (3rd from left) received an award for volunteerism and community service at the recent Plymouth County GOP awards breakfast at the Boston Tavern in Middleboro. From Left to right: Mark Townsend, Kirsten Hughes, Carole Jarvis, State Representative Keiko Orrall, Jane Awad, and Plymouth District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz
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Snowman13 viewsAnother snowman guardian, this on spotted on Wildwood Terrace. Photo by Bette-Jean Rocha
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Blind Date with a Book15 viewsThe Mattapoisett Library had a whole day of programs and activities in honor of Valentine’s Day. If you were looking for a new literary lover without all the hassle, the library set up a “Blind Date with a Book” display, where new books of all genres were wrapped up like secrets, waiting to be opened and cuddled up with over the long weekend. Photo by Jean Perry
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