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Ram Island Adventure38 viewsOn a cold and windy day, the intrepid crew of the Marion Natural History Museum afterschool group joined the Marion Harbormaster's office to venture to one of the only nesting sites of the Roseate Tern before the endangered animal returned for the year.
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Virginia Lovejoy Allyn92 viewsThis monotype by Virginia Lovejoy Allyn is just one of the pieces that will be featured in a retrospective exhibition at Marion Art Center from May 7 - June 9. For details, call the Marion Art Center at 508-748-1266. Photo courtesy of Wendy Bistrup.
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Aquaculture Application50 viewsJob’s Cove is just one of the spots in the Tri-Town being eyed for a pending oyster aquaculture application. Chris and Ben Bryant, brothers from Marion, are hoping to use the spot as a place for their oyster farm, but residents abutting Job’s Cove were not receptive to the idea at their April 7 aquaculture hearing, which has been continued until May 4 at 7:05 pm in the Marion Town House. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Vernal Pools106 viewsMorgan Meidema and Molly Kracke examine some frog egg masses at a recent vernal pool afterschool program with the Marion Natural History Museum. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.
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Marion Natural History Museum54 viewsAlex Bessey holds some wood frog egg masses at a recent vernal pool afterschool program with the Marion Natural History Museum. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.
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Village Roadwork61 viewsPart of Front Street in Marion is closed on Friday, April 2, 2010 for a sewer construction project. Businesses were still open, but access was limited. This is not part of the Village Loop 2 project that is scheduled for Pleasant and Converse Streets in April and May. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Wendy Rolfe71 viewsWendy Rolfe, a Marion resident, is a professor of flute at Berklee College of Music. Ms. Rolfe, along with renowned flutist Katharine Kemler, will entertain the audience on Saturday, April 24, 2010 at the Marion First Congregational Church. Combination tickets for catered dinner and the show are $25. Please call the church office for details: 508-748-1053.
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Boston Post Cane61 viewsAt 99 years old, Marion resident Caroline Derocha smiles as she accepts the Boston Post Cane, which is awarded to the oldest resident of each town. Ms. Derocha, who raised her family in Marion, said that her children and husband were “very good” to her. Ms. Derocha celebrates a long life of hard work. She was known for gardening, baking, sewing, and she continues to work on one of her greatest loves – jigsaw puzzles. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Penny Project54 viewsSince September 2009, the Marion Community Baptist Church has been participating in the Penny Project. Each Sunday, people dropped change into a collection jar on the communion table. On March 21, 2010, the Church presented two grants to two local agencies and two schools. The Penny Project’s goal is to combat poverty throughout America. For more information about the church, visit www.cbcMarion.org. Photo courtesy of Rev. Diane Badger.
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Ready, Set, Go!81 viewsOn Sunday, March 21, 2010 The Marion Cub Scouts Pack 32 revived the annual soap-box derby after a three-year absence. Scouts raced carts down Holmes Street in Marion for a chance to help make their den the fastest in the pack. After several races and dozens of trips up and down the hill, the Webelos II Den went home with the title. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Ready, Set, Go!59 viewsOn Sunday, March 21, 2010 The Marion Cub Scouts Pack 32 revived the annual soap-box derby after a three-year absence. Scouts raced carts down Holmes Street in Marion for a chance to help make their den the fastest in the pack. After several races and dozens of trips up and down the hill, the Webelos II Den went home with the title. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Ready, Set, Go!65 viewsOn Sunday, March 21, 2010 The Marion Cub Scouts Pack 32 revived the annual soap-box derby after a three-year absence. Scouts raced carts down Holmes Street in Marion for a chance to help make their den the fastest in the pack. After several races and dozens of trips up and down the hill, the Webelos II Den went home with the title. Photos by Felix Perez.
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