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A Sort of Homecoming123 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Congregational Church met at Ned’s Point for an open-air church service on Sunday, September 9 as the congregation celebrated their fourth annual “Homecoming Sunday.” Reverend Dr. Virginia Child welcomed nearly 200 church members, friends and guests to a morning filled with fellowship, food and games. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Summer Camp203 viewsFive-year-old Kenny plays the drum with Pulse Integration of Lynnwood, CT during the Fifth Annual Camp Angel Wings in Mattapoisett. Pulse Integration was one of the organizations mentoring youth at this year’s bereavement camp which was sponsored by Southcoast Home Care, Hospice and Palliative Care and Infusion Services of Fairhaven in collaboration with the Mattapoisett YMCA. (Photo courtesy of Joyce Brennan).
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Picture in Picture176 viewsMattapoisett resident and amateur photographer Sylvia Fales (third from left) recently presented the Mattapoisett Board of Selectmen with enlargements of a photograph of the board she took during the last day of the recent 150th Sesquicentennial Celebration Week. The group shot, which was given to each official, will also be displayed inside the Mattapoisett Town Hall. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Handle With Care161 viewsMembers of the Lynch Family, whose son PFC Daniel Lynch is serving in Afghanistan, help ship out the 2000th care package as part of the Cape Cod Cares for the Troops effort which Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53 has taken on as an ongoing project. The troop still maintains a collection location at Mailbox Services on Route 6 in Mattapoisett and encourages donations. (Photo courtesy of Ron Ellis).
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Cape Care Packages180 viewsMembers of the Lynch Family, whose son PFC Daniel Lynch is serving in Afghanistan, help ship out the 2000th care package as part of the Cape Cod Cares for the Troops effort which Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53 has taken on as an ongoing project. The troop still maintains a collection location at Mailbox Services on Route 6 in Mattapoisett and encourages donations. (Photo courtesy of Ron Ellis).
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Police Grilling254 viewsMattapoisett Police Officers Anthony Days (foreground) and Mitch Suzan (background) grill up some tasty hot dogs and hamburgers for the town seniors during the annual Senior Picnic sponsored by the Friends of the Elderly which was held on Thursday, August 16 at the Knights of Columbus facility on Route 6. (Photo by Eileen J. Marum).
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Senior Picnic '07164 viewsThe annual Senior Picnic sponsored by the Friends of the Elderly was held on Thursday, August 16 at the Knights of Columbus facility on Route 6. (Photo by Eileen J. Marum).
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Glory Unfurled203 viewsMattapoisett's weeklong 150th Sesquicentennial Celebration was capped off with a closing ceremony featuring the glorious unfurling of three large versions of the Stars and Stripes, courtesy of the National Flag Truck exhibit, in the area of the Town Wharf and Shipyard Park on Sunday afternoon, August 12. (Photo by Tim Smith).
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Glory Unfurled183 viewsMattapoisett's weeklong 150th Sesquicentennial Celebration was capped off with a closing ceremony featuring the glorious unfurling of three large versions of the Stars and Stripes, courtesy of the National Flag Truck exhibit, in the area of the Town Wharf and Shipyard Park on Sunday afternoon, August 12. (Photo by Tim Smith).
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Glory Unfurled191 viewsMattapoisett's weeklong 150th Sesquicentennial Celebration was capped off with a closing ceremony featuring the glorious unfurling of three large versions of the Stars and Stripes, courtesy of the National Flag Truck exhibit, in the area of the Town Wharf and Shipyard Park on Sunday afternoon, August 12. (Photo by Tim Smith).
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Glory Unfurled163 viewsMattapoisett's weeklong 150th Sesquicentennial Celebration was capped off with a closing ceremony featuring the glorious unfurling of three large versions of the Stars and Stripes, courtesy of the National Flag Truck exhibit, in the area of the Town Wharf and Shipyard Park on Sunday afternoon, August 12. (Photo by Tim Smith).
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Glory Unfurled166 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett 150th Committee and the Board of Selectmen pose alongside the National Flag Truck exhibit which provided the large American flags which were unfurled in the area of the Town Wharf and Shipyard Park on Sunday afternoon, August 12. (Photo by Tim Smith).
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