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Vernal Pools7 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum afterschool program spent some time looking for amphibians during yesterday’s afterschool program. We found tadpoles of two types of frogs, salamander larvae, dragonfly and damsel fly larvae and many other animals. Many thanks to Kim Riley and Beth Lopes for their help with the class. Photos by Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Annual Town Meeting14 views The Marion Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts kicked off Town Meeting season by presenting the flag and leading the pledge of allegiance at this years Marion Annual Town Meeting. Back Row L to R: Robert Reichert - Asst Scout Master, Chris Horton, Sam Gordon, Dylan Villa, David Sheldon, Paul St.Don - Scoutmaster. Middle Row: Jack Gordon, Jackson St.Don, Alex Reichert. Front Row: Lee Grondin and Nicolas Miedema. Picture by Felix Perez
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Marion Annual Town Meeting8 viewsThe Marion Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts kicked off Town Meeting season by presenting the flag and leading the pledge of allegiance at this years Marion Annual Town Meeting. Photo by Felix Perez
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Big Trucks9 viewsDespite the soggy weather on Saturday, May 11th, close to 100 kids of all ages came to Marion Recreation’s Kid’s Equipment Day held at Town Field on Main Street. Kids were able to climb and explore a fire truck, ambulance, bucket truck, police cruiser, street sweeper and construction vehicles. All children received a free fire hat or construction hat. Many volunteers were on hand to assist the kids and to answer any questions.
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Marion Clean Up9 viewsMarion Boy Scouts off-loaded two truck loads of trash, at the town dump, obtained from cleaning up County Road. In the picture are Dylan Villa, Alex Reichert, Dave Sheldon and Jack Nakashian. Scouts not pictured that had to leave due to previous commitments are, Jackson St.Don, Doug Breault Jr. and Chris Horton Jr.
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Big Trucks7 viewsDespite the soggy weather on Saturday, May 11th, close to 100 kids of all ages came to Marion Recreation’s Kid’s Equipment Day held at Town Field on Main Street. Kids were able to climb and explore a fire truck, ambulance, bucket truck, police cruiser, street sweeper and construction vehicles. All children received a free fire hat or construction hat. Many volunteers were on hand to assist the kids and to answer any questions.
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Big Trucks8 viewsDespite the soggy weather on Saturday, May 11th, close to 100 kids of all ages came to Marion Recreation’s Kid’s Equipment Day held at Town Field on Main Street. Kids were able to climb and explore a fire truck, ambulance, bucket truck, police cruiser, street sweeper and construction vehicles. All children received a free fire hat or construction hat. Many volunteers were on hand to assist the kids and to answer any questions.
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Christmas in May in Marion13 viewsMarion residents welcomed the town’s new Christmas tree planted in Bicentennial Park last week, a Concolor fir from upstate New York that replaces the Colorado Blue Spruce formerly holding the title. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry.
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Christmas in May in Marion6 viewsMarion residents welcomed the town’s new Christmas tree planted in Bicentennial Park last week, a Concolor fir from upstate New York that replaces the Colorado Blue Spruce formerly holding the title. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry.
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Bird Island Trip8 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum after-school group enjoyed another perfect trip to Bird Island with the Marion Harbormaster’s Department. The students saw the arrival of some of the first terns back to the island, along with a couple of Oystercatchers and their eggs. Many, many thanks to the Marion Harbormaster’s Department for helping us to explore this valuable and unique habitat. Photos by Elizabeth Leidhold
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Bird Island Trip5 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum after-school group enjoyed another perfect trip to Bird Island with the Marion Harbormaster’s Department. The students saw the arrival of some of the first terns back to the island, along with a couple of Oystercatchers and their eggs. Many, many thanks to the Marion Harbormaster’s Department for helping us to explore this valuable and unique habitat. Photos by Elizabeth Leidhold
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Bird Island Trip7 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum after-school group enjoyed another perfect trip to Bird Island with the Marion Harbormaster’s Department. The students saw the arrival of some of the first terns back to the island, along with a couple of Oystercatchers and their eggs. Many, many thanks to the Marion Harbormaster’s Department for helping us to explore this valuable and unique habitat. Photos by Elizabeth Leidhold
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