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  • Learning to Sail

    Sarah T.
    No Comments December 12, 2016

    Even though they were eager to learn to sail, Janelle and Samantha’s first experience on the Hartley did not go so well!
     

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  • The Student Becomes the Leader

    Evan C.
    No Comments November 29, 2016

    Angelina opened up to me quickly at our first after school program. While it was obvious she felt like an outsider, she came forth and spoke to me about her doubts at the end of the day.
     

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  • Trying Something New!

    Maryjocelyn S.
    187 Comments November 21, 2016

    While there have been days and moments when I feel I have impacted a child’s life, the acts I did for students on their first day of sixth grade are the things I am most pleased with.
     

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  • Gregory's Turn

    Kimi R.
    No Comments November 17, 2016

    One by one students plopped into the water and swam their best. Finally, it was Gregory’s turn.
     

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  • The Wonders of the Ocean

    Maggie C.
    No Comments November 11, 2016

    I am standing in the Alewife Salt Marsh, holding out an especially tiny hermit crab to Egan, the delighted 7th grader beside me.
     

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  • 3 Unique Kayak Opportunities This Month

    Caroline Pierce
    No Comments October 5, 2016

    The leaves are changing and temperature is starting to get cooler… October is the PERFECT time for a kayak adventure! We have three events this month for novices through advanced kayakers, join us!
     

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  • 2016 Annual Benefit Gala: It's All About the Kids

    Caroline Pierce
    No Comments October 3, 2016

    NESS will hold its 8th Annual Benefit Gala on Saturday, November 5, 2016.
     

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  • NESS Announces New Chairman of the Board

    Maeve Ryan
    1 Comment September 27, 2016

    NESS announced that the Board of Directors has elected William (Bill) Follett as its first Chairman of the Board
     

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  • Event offers surf comp experience to juniors under age of 17

    Peter Pan
    1 Comment September 22, 2016

    The surf gods treated ESA competitors to a second weekend of decent waves, as Hurricane Julia pushed up just enough swell from the Carolinas, to give the annual “Catch A Curl” contest a waist high swell at the Westerly Town Beach, in Rhode Island.
     

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  • Powerboating Tips from NESS’s Director of Operations

    Maeve Ryan
    No Comments August 10, 2016

    Top 5 Tips from NESS's Ben Yanni
     

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