A 2017 review in photos

By Tanner Harding and Andrea Ray | Dec 27, 2017
Photo by: Georgia Sparling How did this happen? This topsy-turvy mail truck flipped over on Wolf Island Road in February, when the driver hit a stone wall, drove over another rock, and drove into a fire hydrant. The driver, though sheepish, was uninjured.

With 2018 days away, Sippican Week took a look in the archives to  find some memorable photographs from this past year.

Captured in photos were events from high school hockey games at the TD Garden in Boston, to an overturned mailtruck, Fourth of July reworks in Marion, and Mattapoisett resident Jill Zucco becoming Miss Massachusetts (and competing at Miss America!)

Everyday moments were captured as well, including fun afternoons with the Sippican School Garden Club, yacht races in Marion and Mattapoisett and ice-skating lessons at Tabor’s ice arena.

Mattapoisett resident Jillian Zucco became Miss Massachusetts in 2017, and showed off her Paul Revere-inspired outfit during the 2017 Miss America Parade of States. (Courtesy of: Kelly Zucco)
Aidan Costa took a break to swing from the trees as he and other members of the Sippican School Garden Club built scarecrows in October. (Photo by: Andrea Ray)
A windstorm at the end of October sheared this utility pole in Mattapoisett from its base, and flipped it upside down. (Photo by: Tanner Harding)
George Dellas and daughter Hadley watch August's partial solar eclipse in front of Rochester's Plumb Library. (Photo by: Andrea Ray)
Special Counsel Robert Mueller, former director of the FBI, came to Marion in May, when he spoke at his granddaughter's Tabor graduation. (Photo by: Andrea Ray)
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