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Marion Fair275 viewsThe First Congregational Church of Marion held its 63rd annual "Traditional Church Fair" on Saturday, July 28 in the Marion village from Front Street to School Street which drew hundreds of attendees. Part block party, part carnival, and part rummage sale, the event was completely entertaining for everyone in attendance. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Marion Fair243 viewsThe First Congregational Church of Marion held its 63rd annual "Traditional Church Fair" on Saturday, July 28 in the Marion village from Front Street to School Street which drew hundreds of attendees. Part block party, part carnival, and part rummage sale, the event was completely entertaining for everyone in attendance. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Marion Fair240 viewsThe First Congregational Church of Marion held its 63rd annual "Traditional Church Fair" on Saturday, July 28 in the Marion village from Front Street to School Street which drew hundreds of attendees. Part block party, part carnival, and part rummage sale, the event was completely entertaining for everyone in attendance. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Marion Fair272 viewsThe First Congregational Church of Marion held its 63rd annual "Traditional Church Fair" on Saturday, July 28 in the Marion village from Front Street to School Street which drew hundreds of attendees. Part block party, part carnival, and part rummage sale, the event was completely entertaining for everyone in attendance. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Garden Glories246 viewsThe annual "Gardens by the Sea" benefit, a tour of private gardens sponsored by Saint Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Marion, was held on Friday, July 20. The seven gardens highlighted this year ran the gamut from the quaint Marion village area to the glorious outreaches of Point and Delano Roads. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Garden Glories228 viewsThe annual "Gardens by the Sea" benefit, a tour of private gardens sponsored by Saint Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Marion, was held on Friday, July 20. The seven gardens highlighted this year ran the gamut from the quaint Marion village area to the glorious outreaches of Point and Delano Roads. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Garden Glories241 viewsThe annual "Gardens by the Sea" benefit, a tour of private gardens sponsored by Saint Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Marion, was held on Friday, July 20. The seven gardens highlighted this year ran the gamut from the quaint Marion village area to the glorious outreaches of Point and Delano Roads. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Garden Glories215 viewsThe annual "Gardens by the Sea" benefit, a tour of private gardens sponsored by Saint Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Marion, was held on Friday, July 20. The seven gardens highlighted this year ran the gamut from the quaint Marion village area to the glorious outreaches of Point and Delano Roads. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Garden Glories207 viewsThe annual "Gardens by the Sea" benefit, a tour of private gardens sponsored by Saint Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Marion, was held on Friday, July 20. The seven gardens highlighted this year ran the gamut from the quaint Marion village area to the glorious outreaches of Point and Delano Roads. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Blues on the Beach248 viewsThe Alabama Blues Brothers performed a benefit concert for the Marion Police Brotherhood at Silvershell Beach in Marion on Friday night, July 13. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Blues on the Beach252 viewsThe Alabama Blues Brothers performed a benefit concert for the Marion Police Brotherhood at Silvershell Beach in Marion on Friday night, July 13. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Blues on the Beach304 viewsThe Alabama Blues Brothers performed a benefit concert for the Marion Police Brotherhood at Silvershell Beach in Marion on Friday night, July 13. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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