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Elaine Cawley Weintraub
The river flowed through her life from the beginning, providing the chilly baptism of a child born too early. It was the place where...
To the Editor:The following is a copy of a letter sent to Pam Melrose, chairman of the Oak Bluffs historical commission.I am writing on...
There are no school buses in New York and students travel from all over the city on the subway to get to school. Some of the students had only seen busses in films, and traveling on one was greatly enjoyed. They boarded their exotic yellow bus and headed off to Chappaquiddick where they were welcomed by The Trustees of Reservations to visit the Cape Poge Lighthouse.
The student exchange program began four years ago as a way to broaden cultural understanding.
The "Two Islands, One World" cultural exchange provides an opportunity for Martha's Vineyard and New York students to walk in each others footsteps.
For a group of 13 Vineyard high school students and chaperones, a visit to new York City helped broaden their understanding of the world.
In April a group of Island students visited their counterparts in Manhattan. In June, the city students returned the favor.
The students traveled to new York City as part of a cultural exchange program intended to foster cultural literacy.
A road race has been named after two elder statesmen who inspired and nourished an event for the NAACP of Martha's Vineyard.
On behalf of the students of the Irish history class who will be traveling to Ireland on February 23, I wish to thank all of the members of our community who have supported the necessary fundraising in so many different ways.