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CoastSweep 2008177 viewsSixth graders from Sippican School in Marion pitched in to help with the CoastSweep coastal clean-up on Saturday, September 20 at Silvershell Beach. Members of the Sippican School Student Council who volunteered that morning included (from left) Danielle Cammarano, Tayler Glavin, Julianne Mariner, Hannah Lerman, Julia O’Rourke and Emma Purtell. (Photo courtesy of Jim O’Rourke).
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CoastSweep 200899 viewsCoastSweep 2008 was kicked off on Saturday, September 20 from Silvershell Beach in Marion. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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CoastSweep 2008107 viewsCoastSweep 2008 was kicked off on Saturday, September 20 from Silvershell Beach in Marion. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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CoastSweep 2008102 viewsCoastSweep 2008 was kicked off on Saturday, September 20 from Silvershell Beach in Marion. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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CoastSweep 2008111 viewsCoastSweep 2008 was kicked off on Saturday, September 20 from Silvershell Beach in Marion. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Do-Si-Do in Marion155 viewsOn Sunday, September 14, the first of what is hoped to be an annual series of Marion Square Dances was held inside the Marion Community Center. Although initially slated to take place in the parking lot adjacent to the Marion General Store, the weekend’s rainy weather forced the event indoors. Caller Jim Schell of Lakeville had veteran square dancers and novices alike promenading, allemanding, bowing to their partners and do-si-doing with ease. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Do-Si-Do in Marion133 viewsOn Sunday, September 14, the first of what is hoped to be an annual series of Marion Square Dances was held inside the Marion Community Center. Although initially slated to take place in the parking lot adjacent to the Marion General Store, the weekend’s rainy weather forced the event indoors. Caller Jim Schell of Lakeville had veteran square dancers and novices alike promenading, allemanding, bowing to their partners and do-si-doing with ease. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Do-Si-Do in Marion110 viewsOn Sunday, September 14, the first of what is hoped to be an annual series of Marion Square Dances was held inside the Marion Community Center. Although initially slated to take place in the parking lot adjacent to the Marion General Store, the weekend’s rainy weather forced the event indoors. Caller Jim Schell of Lakeville had veteran square dancers and novices alike promenading, allemanding, bowing to their partners and do-si-doing with ease. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Do-Si-Do in Marion113 viewsOn Sunday, September 14, the first of what is hoped to be an annual series of Marion Square Dances was held inside the Marion Community Center. Although initially slated to take place in the parking lot adjacent to the Marion General Store, the weekend’s rainy weather forced the event indoors. Caller Jim Schell of Lakeville had veteran square dancers and novices alike promenading, allemanding, bowing to their partners and do-si-doing with ease. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Do-Si-Do in Marion130 viewsOn Sunday, September 14, the first of what is hoped to be an annual series of Marion Square Dances was held inside the Marion Community Center. Although initially slated to take place in the parking lot adjacent to the Marion General Store, the weekend’s rainy weather forced the event indoors. Caller Jim Schell of Lakeville had veteran square dancers and novices alike promenading, allemanding, bowing to their partners and do-si-doing with ease. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Rock Around the Block200 viewsMarion held their Annual Town Block Party on Sunday, August 31 in the street in front of the Marion Town House. The well-attended event featuring food, fun and frolic, along with dancing courtesy of DJ Roger Chartier. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Rock Around the Block147 viewsMarion held their Annual Town Block Party on Sunday, August 31 in the street in front of the Marion Town House. The well-attended event featuring food, fun and frolic, along with dancing courtesy of DJ Roger Chartier. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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