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Marathon Run40 viewsDeborah Bullerjahn was an avid runner, having run over 20 marathons and at least one on every continent. Bullerjahn, a Marion resident, herself raised over $65,000 for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute before she succumbed to the disease in 2010. Photo submitted by Lucas Bullerjahn
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Marathon Run41 viewsDeborah Bullerjahn was an avid runner, having run over 20 marathons and at least one on every continent. Bullerjahn, a Marion resident, herself raised over $65,000 for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute before she succumbed to the disease in 2010. Photo submitted by Lucas Bullerjahn
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Marion Natural History Museum51 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group welcomed Craig Chartier, a professional archaeologist, on March 9. Craig gave a presentation on the techniques archaeologists use to discover what an item might have been used for in its former life. Many thanks to Craig for the wonderful program.
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Marion Natural History Museum50 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group welcomed Craig Chartier, a professional archaeologist, on March 9. Craig gave a presentation on the techniques archaeologists use to discover what an item might have been used for in its former life. Many thanks to Craig for the wonderful program.
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Spring49 viewsWhen winter meets spring. Geoff Rowley of Marion took this picture in his back yard last week.
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Library Henna36 viewsThe Elizabeth Taber Library hosted a henna tattoo program for teens, with each guest receiving their own henna creation by professional henna artist Heather Cault-Nulton. The art of henna dates back thousands of years and has recently grown in popularity. As part of a new initiative to draw teens into the library, the afternoon henna event was held on March 1 and attracted 13 area teens to experience the beauty of henna. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Library Henna37 viewsThe Elizabeth Taber Library hosted a henna tattoo program for teens, with each guest receiving their own henna creation by professional henna artist Heather Cault-Nulton. The art of henna dates back thousands of years and has recently grown in popularity. As part of a new initiative to draw teens into the library, the afternoon henna event was held on March 1 and attracted 13 area teens to experience the beauty of henna. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Library Henna37 viewsThe Elizabeth Taber Library hosted a henna tattoo program for teens, with each guest receiving their own henna creation by professional henna artist Heather Cault-Nulton. The art of henna dates back thousands of years and has recently grown in popularity. As part of a new initiative to draw teens into the library, the afternoon henna event was held on March 1 and attracted 13 area teens to experience the beauty of henna. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Library Henna37 viewsThe Elizabeth Taber Library hosted a henna tattoo program for teens, with each guest receiving their own henna creation by professional henna artist Heather Cault-Nulton. The art of henna dates back thousands of years and has recently grown in popularity. As part of a new initiative to draw teens into the library, the afternoon henna event was held on March 1 and attracted 13 area teens to experience the beauty of henna. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Library Henna38 viewsThe Elizabeth Taber Library hosted a henna tattoo program for teens, with each guest receiving their own henna creation by professional henna artist Heather Cault-Nulton. The art of henna dates back thousands of years and has recently grown in popularity. As part of a new initiative to draw teens into the library, the afternoon henna event was held on March 1 and attracted 13 area teens to experience the beauty of henna. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Library Henna38 viewsThe Elizabeth Taber Library hosted a henna tattoo program for teens, with each guest receiving their own henna creation by professional henna artist Heather Cault-Nulton. The art of henna dates back thousands of years and has recently grown in popularity. As part of a new initiative to draw teens into the library, the afternoon henna event was held on March 1 and attracted 13 area teens to experience the beauty of henna. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Library Henna37 viewsThe Elizabeth Taber Library hosted a henna tattoo program for teens, with each guest receiving their own henna creation by professional henna artist Heather Cault-Nulton. The art of henna dates back thousands of years and has recently grown in popularity. As part of a new initiative to draw teens into the library, the afternoon henna event was held on March 1 and attracted 13 area teens to experience the beauty of henna. Photos by Colin Veitch
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