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Rocket Guy65 viewsWith the help of "Rocket Guy" Mike Cronin, the Marion Natural History Museum after-school program sent off the school year with a bang! The Marion Natural History Museum's open summer hours are Wednesday 12:00 to 4:00 pm, Friday 12:00 to 2:00 pm and Saturday 10:00 to 1:00 pm. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.
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Rocket Guy58 viewsWith the help of "Rocket Guy" Mike Cronin, the Marion Natural History Museum after-school program sent off the school year with a bang! The Marion Natural History Museum's open summer hours are Wednesday 12:00 to 4:00 pm, Friday 12:00 to 2:00 pm and Saturday 10:00 to 1:00 pm. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.
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Little Neck Village73 viewsA groundbreaking for Little Neck Village, Marion’s new affordable senior housing village, took place on June 9, 2010. Speakers included Marion Selectman Jonathan Henry, Marion Affordable Housing Trust Chairperson Ora Mae Torres and State Senator Marc Pacheco. Photo by Laura Pedulli.
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Little Neck Village55 viewsA groundbreaking for Little Neck Village, Marion’s new affordable senior housing village, took place on June 9, 2010. Speakers included Marion Selectman Jonathan Henry, Marion Affordable Housing Trust Chairperson Ora Mae Torres and State Senator Marc Pacheco. Photo by Laura Pedulli.
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New Playground93 viewsVolunteers at Sippican Elementary (VASE) made this new playground on the school’s south side possible with fundraisers. The new playground encourages upper body strength and will make recess more enjoyable for all the kids at Sippican. Photo by Laura Pedulli.
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Happy 101st!77 viewsMartha Hiller Lorraine, a resident of the Sippican Health Care Center in Marion, celebrated her 101st birthday on May 13, 2010 with a luncheon on the Cape. Photo courtesy of son-in-law Bob Kelley.
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Vote Today85 viewsOn May 21, 2010, the Marion Annual Town Election was held at the Music Hall on Front Street from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. The lackluster ballot of incumbents and no contested races promised a sluggish voter turn-out. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Marion Clean-up63 viewsMarion residents hit the street to pick up trash around town on Saturday, May 15. All over Marion, there were people in day-glo vests working with “Manducas”, long pincers made by Marion resident Eunice Manduca for picking up trash. The collected trash was placed in front of the Marion Music Hall to create “Trash Bag Mountain”. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Marion Clean-up68 viewsMarion residents hit the street to pick up trash around town on Saturday, May 15. All over Marion, there were people in day-glo vests working with “Manducas”, long pincers made by Marion resident Eunice Manduca for picking up trash. The collected trash was placed in front of the Marion Music Hall to create “Trash Bag Mountain”. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Marion Clean-up55 viewsMarion residents hit the street to pick up trash around town on Saturday, May 15. All over Marion, there were people in day-glo vests working with “Manducas”, long pincers made by Marion resident Eunice Manduca for picking up trash. The collected trash was placed in front of the Marion Music Hall to create “Trash Bag Mountain”. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Marion Clean-up54 viewsMarion residents hit the street to pick up trash around town on Saturday, May 15. All over Marion, there were people in day-glo vests working with “Manducas”, long pincers made by Marion resident Eunice Manduca for picking up trash. The collected trash was placed in front of the Marion Music Hall to create “Trash Bag Mountain”. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Marion Clean-up49 viewsMarion residents hit the street to pick up trash around town on Saturday, May 15. All over Marion, there were people in day-glo vests working with “Manducas”, long pincers made by Marion resident Eunice Manduca for picking up trash. The collected trash was placed in front of the Marion Music Hall to create “Trash Bag Mountain”. Photos by Felix Perez.
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