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Radio Waves62 viewsThe tri-town League of Women’s Voters (LWV) got together last weekend at the Ansel Gurney House in Marion to hear fellow member Naomi Arenberg, a reporter for local radio station WCAI and host for All Things Considered, discuss “Everything I Know I Learned from Music.” Born and raised in Rochester and now a resident of Onset, Ms. Arenberg described music as the universal language. (Photo by Sarah K. Taylor).
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Radio Waves37 viewsThe tri-town League of Women’s Voters (LWV) got together last weekend at the Ansel Gurney House in Marion to hear fellow member Naomi Arenberg (seated), a reporter for local radio station WCAI and host for All Things Considered, discuss “Everything I Know I Learned from Music.” Born and raised in Rochester and now a resident of Onset, Ms. Arenberg described music as the universal language. (Photo by Sarah K. Taylor).
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Toe Zone70 viewsEver-popular local children’s entertainers the Toe Jam Puppet Band performed recently for an enthusiastic crowd at Sippican Elementary School in Marion last weekened in a show sponsored by the Mattapoisett YMCA. The show was a benefit for the YMCA’s Annual Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Toe Zone66 viewsEver-popular local children’s entertainers the Toe Jam Puppet Band performed recently for an enthusiastic crowd at Sippican Elementary School in Marion last weekened in a show sponsored by the Mattapoisett YMCA. The show was a benefit for the YMCA’s Annual Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Toe Zone63 viewsEver-popular local children’s entertainers the Toe Jam Puppet Band performed recently for an enthusiastic crowd at Sippican Elementary School in Marion last weekened in a show sponsored by the Mattapoisett YMCA. The show was a benefit for the YMCA’s Annual Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Toe Zone61 viewsEver-popular local children’s entertainers the Toe Jam Puppet Band performed recently for an enthusiastic crowd at Sippican Elementary School in Marion last weekened in a show sponsored by the Mattapoisett YMCA. The show was a benefit for the YMCA’s Annual Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Toe Zone53 viewsEver-popular local children’s entertainers the Toe Jam Puppet Band performed recently for an enthusiastic crowd at Sippican Elementary School in Marion last weekened in a show sponsored by the Mattapoisett YMCA. The show was a benefit for the YMCA’s Annual Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Toe Zone56 viewsEver-popular local children’s entertainers the Toe Jam Puppet Band performed recently for an enthusiastic crowd at Sippican Elementary School in Marion last weekened in a show sponsored by the Mattapoisett YMCA. The show was a benefit for the YMCA’s Annual Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Toe Zone46 viewsEver-popular local children’s entertainers the Toe Jam Puppet Band performed recently for an enthusiastic crowd at Sippican Elementary School in Marion last weekened in a show sponsored by the Mattapoisett YMCA. The show was a benefit for the YMCA’s Annual Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Toe Zone44 viewsEver-popular local children’s entertainers the Toe Jam Puppet Band performed recently for an enthusiastic crowd at Sippican Elementary School in Marion last weekened in a show sponsored by the Mattapoisett YMCA. The show was a benefit for the YMCA’s Annual Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Toe Zone47 viewsEver-popular local children’s entertainers the Toe Jam Puppet Band performed recently for an enthusiastic crowd at Sippican Elementary School in Marion last weekened in a show sponsored by the Mattapoisett YMCA. The show was a benefit for the YMCA’s Annual Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Turtle Talk68 viewsElizabeth Leidhold of the Marion Natural History Museum recently presented several programs on leatherback turtles at schools in Dartmouth under the auspices of the Buzzards Bay Action Committee (BBAC). The BBAC is a non-profit organization made up of 12 of the municipalities within the Buzzards Bay watershed. These programs are offered to schools at no charge and the BBAC is applying for a grant to fund more of these programs for local schools in the future.
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