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Herring Run7 viewsHerring Inspector Davis Watling Jr. marks how many herring have returned to Snipatuit Pond via the Mattapoisett River on Monday, April 24. (Right) This is the final hurdle the herring must make before returning home to spawn the next generation of alewives. Photos by Jean Perry
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Marion Natural History Museum10 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group wishes to thank Rochester Herring Warden Dave Watling for sharing his knowledge of this important species. We covered the development of this anadromous species, its diet, and where it stands in the food chain. The students learned about herring eggs and how neutral buoyancy plays an important role in their development.
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Marion Natural History Museum11 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group wishes to thank Rochester Herring Warden Dave Watling for sharing his knowledge of this important species. We covered the development of this anadromous species, its diet, and where it stands in the food chain. The students learned about herring eggs and how neutral buoyancy plays an important role in their development.
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Marion Natural History Museum11 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group wishes to thank Rochester Herring Warden Dave Watling for sharing his knowledge of this important species. We covered the development of this anadromous species, its diet, and where it stands in the food chain. The students learned about herring eggs and how neutral buoyancy plays an important role in their development.
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Marion Natural History Museum8 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group wishes to thank Rochester Herring Warden Dave Watling for sharing his knowledge of this important species. We covered the development of this anadromous species, its diet, and where it stands in the food chain. The students learned about herring eggs and how neutral buoyancy plays an important role in their development.
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Pack 3211 viewsOn Saturday, March 23, 27 Cub Scouts from Pack 32 in Marion advanced in rank. Four of them were fifth graders earning the Arrow of Light Award. This is the highest award a Cub Scout can earn, and it is the only Cub Scout badge that can be worn on the Boy Scout uniform. (Left to right) Taylor Young, Benjamin Frazier, Ty McKenzie, and Oakley Campbell. The ceremony was led by Cub Master Kevin Gretton, seen in the photo. The man at the podium was Arrows late leader Michael Young. Photos courtesy Charles Campbel
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Pack 3210 viewsOn Saturday, March 23, 27 Cub Scouts from Pack 32 in Marion advanced in rank. Four of them were fifth graders earning the Arrow of Light Award. This is the highest award a Cub Scout can earn, and it is the only Cub Scout badge that can be worn on the Boy Scout uniform. (Left to right) Taylor Young, Benjamin Frazier, Ty McKenzie, and Oakley Campbell. The ceremony was led by Cub Master Kevin Gretton, seen in the photo. The man at the podium was Arrows late leader Michael Young. Photos courtesy Charles Campbel
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Marion Natural History Museum32 viewsOn Wednesday, March 29, the Marion Natural History Museum's afterschool program explored some online mapping programs. We located schools, forested lands, hospitals, and airports, as well as many ocean features and historic shipwrecks. The students left the program with instructions on how they could develop their own maps at home, which the museum will be laminating for them. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum13 viewsOn Wednesday, March 29, the Marion Natural History Museum's afterschool program explored some online mapping programs. We located schools, forested lands, hospitals, and airports, as well as many ocean features and historic shipwrecks. The students left the program with instructions on how they could develop their own maps at home, which the museum will be laminating for them. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum14 viewsOn Wednesday, March 29, the Marion Natural History Museum's afterschool program explored some online mapping programs. We located schools, forested lands, hospitals, and airports, as well as many ocean features and historic shipwrecks. The students left the program with instructions on how they could develop their own maps at home, which the museum will be laminating for them. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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The Marion Art Center’s production of Matthew Barber’s Enchanted April continues on Friday, April 7 at 7:30 pm, Saturday, April 8 at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, April 9 at 2:30 pm. (left-right) Harvey Ussach as Mellersh Wilton; Sue Massey as Lotty Wilton; Suzie Kokkins as Rose Arnott; Art Beecher as Frederick Arnott. Photo courtesy Marion Art Center
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MAC Open Mic Night22 viewsThe Marion Art Center on March 25 hosted an Open Mic Night, featuring 11 performers who brought their talent to about 50 in the audience. Photos by Felix Perez
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