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Mount Rushmore11 viewsVeronika and John Ross took this photo a while back while on a cross country tour of the United States, stopping at Mount Rushmore.Oct 13, 2017
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Himalayas9 viewsLindsey Smith traveled to the the Himalayas in Nepal where she hiked for 7 days to reach Everest Base Camp standing at 17,598 ft. She sent along this photo of her with The Wanderer.Oct 13, 2017
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Pico, Azores8 viewsThe Lopes family took this photo while at the whaling museum on Pico, Azores, shown here, (r to l) Diane, Tony, Kim, Bev, and Mike Lopes.Oct 13, 2017
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Greece8 viewsWhile in MA for the summer, Russ and Joanie Dill took an impromptu journey to Greece visiting Athens, Poros, Monemvasia, Chania, Rethymnon, Heraklion, Santorini, Karpathos, Lindos, and Rhodes. Highlights included the 6500 B.C. ruins, Delphi, Knossos Palace home of King Minos, other Minoan ruins and of course the Acropolis. Shown here Russ and Joanie at Knossos Palace; top of the Acropolis.Oct 13, 2017
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Hauntings11 views: According to our Halloween Special Report, it seems Rochester is just as spooky as it is beautiful. I guess that makes it ‘bootiful!’ Of course, it’s all in good fun, but imagine if they really were to prove that all of Rochester was haunted – maybe you already believe that. Got a little Tri-Town ghost story of your own? Share it with us at news@wanderer.com. Photos taken at Center Cemetery by Jean PerryOct 11, 2017
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Miss New Bedford26 viewsRochester resident and ORR grad Sarah Elizabeth Achorn was crowned the 65th Miss New Bedford over the weekend. She dedicates her year of service to the platform of “Imperfection: Pushing the Importance of Body Positivity in Today’s Youth.” As Miss New Bedford, the 18-year-old Leslie College student has also earned the opportunity to compete for the title of Miss Massachusetts in 2018. Photo submitted by Ashley BendiksenOct 04, 2017
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Tabor Academy “Day of Service”22 viewsAs part of the Tabor Academy “Day of Service” on September 30, seven students – Gillan Campbell, Finn McCain, Tayler Rogers, Kyle Squires, Noah Tidus, Avaline Wilson, and Alex Zhang – along with teacher Roxie Bratton, helped the Sippican Lands Trust install 150 feet of additional bridging at The Shoolman Preserve. Pictured here: Tayler, Rosemary, & Mike assembling a bog bridge. Photo courtesy Tabor AcademyOct 04, 2017
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Taber Library 107 viewsSelectman Steve Gonsalves, Peggy Repass, Library Director Libby O'Neill, and Selectman Norm Hills celebrate the groundbreaking of the Taber Library entrance restoration project on September 30, with funds donated by Repass. Photo by Sarah French StorerOct 04, 2017
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Taber Library 26 viewsSelectman Steve Gonsalves, Peggy Repass, Library Director Libby O'Neill, and Selectman Norm Hills celebrate the groundbreaking of the Taber Library entrance restoration project on September 30, with funds donated by Repass. Photo by Sarah French StorerOct 04, 2017
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Taber Library 23 viewsSelectman Steve Gonsalves, Peggy Repass, Library Director Libby O'Neill, and Selectman Norm Hills celebrate the groundbreaking of the Taber Library entrance restoration project on September 30, with funds donated by Repass. Photo by Sarah French StorerOct 04, 2017
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Taber Library 32 viewsSelectman Steve Gonsalves, Peggy Repass, Library Director Libby O'Neill, and Selectman Norm Hills celebrate the groundbreaking of the Taber Library entrance restoration project on September 30, with funds donated by Repass. Photo by Sarah French StorerOct 04, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum35 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group enjoyed one of the last days of warm weather by using seining nets to investigate our local fish population. By far the most commonly caught animal was the Atlantic Silverside, and then in descending order mummichogs, shrimp, mud snails, and hermit crabs, with one or two small Menhaden. The kids cooled off in the water at the Marion Harbormaster's beach and enjoyed a lovely fall day. Many thanks to Maggie Payne for her help with the nets. Oct 04, 2017
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