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Morse Pond School Does it Again!
No Guff Week 2014 Anti-Bullying Video

2013 5oth Annual Falmouth Christmas Parade

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The largest Christmas parade in Southeastern New England, this annual event features marching bands, dancing groups, horses & other live animals, clowns & costumed characters, decorated floats and Santa Claus

Marine Biological Laboratory - June 2012
"Discovery Never Ends"

"No Guff Week" January 23-27, 2012, Morse Pond School
Falmouth on Cape Cod Massachusetts

The Morse Pond School, 5th and 6th grade Falmouth students, created this No Guff video, a continuous single shot that moves throughout the school while students and faculty lip sync to the song, “Lean on Me.”
No Guff week began as No Guff Day at Falmouth High School in 2001 when students were trying to find a proactive way to deal with conflict. Since that time, it has grown to encompass all Falmouth schools and even the town. The idea of No Guff Week is to discourage people from saying anything negative about anyone else. The Board of Selectmen designated this week, January 23 – January 27 as No Guff Week in Falmouth.

September 2011 - The Stanley Cup Visits Falmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Barnstable County Fair 1939, Falmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

A rare color home movie, filmed by Eliot H. Robinson, Sr., of Cotuit MA, of the 1939 Barnstable (MA) County Fair held in Barnstable Village, Cape Cod. This Fair coincided with the Town of Barnstable's Tercentenary (300-year anniversary) and was attended by MA Governor Leverett Saltonstall (who appears in the film). Footage includes amusement rides, produce exhibits, foot races and sulky races. Edited by Paul Rifkin of Cotuit MA. Donated to Barnstable County and the Fair officials in 2012 by Mark H. Robinson of Cotuit.