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Triple Challenge217 viewsPaul Bedard, Jr. (#3) of Westport, MA finished third overall in the 2007 Mattapoisett Lions Club Triathlon held on Sunday, July 15 with a final time of 53:21. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Triple Challenge209 viewsBob Lamothe (#2) of Warwick, RI finished fourth overall in the 2007 Mattapoisett Lions Club Triathlon held on Sunday, July 15 with a final time of 54:17. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Triple Challenge217 viewsParticipants in the 2007 Mattapoisett Lions Club Triathlon enter the waters of Mattapoisett Harbor for the first leg of the three-part challenge held on Sunday morning, July 15. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Triple Challenge220 viewsMembers of one of the women's divisions in the 2007 Mattapoisett Lions Club Triathlon enter the waters of Mattapoisett Harbor for the first leg of the three-part challenge held on Sunday morning, July 15. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Triple Challenge208 viewsParticipants in the 2007 annual Mattapoisett Lions Club Triathlon literally dive into the first challenge in the triple event: a swim in the waters of Mattapoisett Harbor. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Triple Challenge191 viewsThe second part of the 2007 annual Mattapoisett Lions Club Triathlon entailed a brisk bike ride from the Mattapoisett Town Beach to the starting line for the final three-and-three-quarter-mile running portion of the challenge. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Triple Challenge191 viewsParticipants in the 2007 annual Mattapoisett Lions Club Triathlon dive into the waters of Mattapoisett Harbor on Sunday morning, July 15 for the first challenge in the triple event. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Triple Challenge193 viewsSome of the first participants in the 2007 annual Mattapoisett Lions Club Triathlon emerge from the first challenge in the contest: a swim in the waters of Mattapoisett Harbor. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Executive Branches177 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Tree Planting Committee help plant a red maple tree donated by Deborah Smiley and her husband, Sam Ogle, at Center School in Mattapoisett. The historic tree was raised from seed taken from a red maple that still grows at the Mansion House Farm at Mount Vernon the estate home of our first President, George Washington. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Executive Branches171 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Tree Planting Committee help plant a red maple tree donated by Deborah Smiley and her husband, Sam Ogle, at Center School in Mattapoisett. The historic tree was raised from seed taken from a red maple that still grows at the Mansion House Farm at Mount Vernon the estate home of our first President, George Washington. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Executive Branches156 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Tree Planting Committee help plant a red maple tree donated by Deborah Smiley and her husband, Sam Ogle, at Center School in Mattapoisett. The historic tree was raised from seed taken from a red maple that still grows at the Mansion House Farm at Mount Vernon the estate home of our first President, George Washington. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Executive Branches167 viewsDeborah Smiley ties a red, white and blue ribbon to the red maple tree she and her husband, Sam Ogle, donated to be planted at Center School in Mattapoisett. The sapling was raised from seed taken from a red maple that still grows at the Mansion House Farm at Mount Vernon the estate home of our first President, George Washington. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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