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Marion Natural History Museum21 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum’s after-school group enjoyed a beautiful end-of-summer day Wednesday September 19 at the Marion Harbormaster’s beach. One of the highlights was they we were able to take a close look at the largest Pipefish we’d ever seen. The museum’s next after-school program is a rocket program given by board member Mike Cronin on October 10th. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum18 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum’s after-school group enjoyed a beautiful end-of-summer day Wednesday September 19 at the Marion Harbormaster’s beach. One of the highlights was they we were able to take a close look at the largest Pipefish we’d ever seen. The museum’s next after-school program is a rocket program given by board member Mike Cronin on October 10th. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Procrastination58 viewsProfessional Organizer and Time Management Expert Maryann Murphy visited the Sippican Women's Club on Friday, September 14 to give some pointers on time management and organization. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry
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Pet Therapy26 viewsBruce Miller, left, and Maryann Murphy, right pose with Abby, a Scottish Terrier and Therapy Dog. Murphy brings Abby to the Sippican Health Center every Friday to visit patients. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry.
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Pet Therapy67 viewsBruce Miller loves spending time with Abby, a Scottish Terrier and Therapy dog who visits patients at the Sippican Health Center in Marion every Friday. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry.
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Pet Therapy23 views97-year-old LIllian Corrado pets Abby, a Scottish Terrier and Therapy Dog that visits the Sippican Health Center in Marion every Friday. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry.
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2012 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup47 viewsMarion resident Jim Stewart and his wife Maura teamed up with Doug and Ingrid Scott of Castine, Maine to win the 2012 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup Race on Buzzards Bay earlier this month. The team’s boat, Pegasus, completed the 5.7 nautical mile course, starting and finishing on windward legs. Photos courtesy of Tom Kenney.
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2012 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup63 viewsMarion resident Jim Stewart and his wife Maura teamed up with Doug and Ingrid Scott of Castine, Maine to win the 2012 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup Race on Buzzards Bay earlier this month. The team’s boat, Pegasus, completed the 5.7 nautical mile course, starting and finishing on windward legs. Photos courtesy of Tom Kenney.
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2012 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup27 viewsMarion resident Jim Stewart and his wife Maura teamed up with Doug and Ingrid Scott of Castine, Maine to win the 2012 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup Race on Buzzards Bay earlier this month. The team’s boat, Pegasus, completed the 5.7 nautical mile course, starting and finishing on windward legs. Photos courtesy of Tom Kenney.
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2012 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup41 viewsMarion resident Jim Stewart and his wife Maura teamed up with Doug and Ingrid Scott of Castine, Maine to win the 2012 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup Race on Buzzards Bay earlier this month. The team’s boat, Pegasus, completed the 5.7 nautical mile course, starting and finishing on windward legs. Photos courtesy of Tom Kenney.
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Marion Block Party52 viewsSince the 1980s, the Marion Block Party was sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. This year, they worked in conjunction with the Marion Recreation Department and Fire Fighters Association. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Marion Block Party37 viewsParty of the money raised at the 2012 Marion Block Party will go to help pay for a new thermal imager for the Marion Fire Department. The tool helps firefighters locate victims when visitibility is low. This imager, which will be replaced by the new one, was the original imager the Fire Department bought in the early 1990s. Newer models are smaller and lighter. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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