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Marion Veterans Day Observance10 viewsDuring the Marion Veterans Day observance on Friday morning, the townspeople of Marion expressed a heartfelt thank you to the Benjamin D. Cushing VFW Post 2425, which in return gave a moving farewell as it disbanded this year and donated the VFW building to the town. Emotions were evident on the faces of the VFW Post 2425 members, as well as selectmen and those in attendance. Photos by Jean Perry
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Marion Veterans Day Observance10 viewsDuring the Marion Veterans Day observance on Friday morning, the townspeople of Marion expressed a heartfelt thank you to the Benjamin D. Cushing VFW Post 2425, which in return gave a moving farewell as it disbanded this year and donated the VFW building to the town. Emotions were evident on the faces of the VFW Post 2425 members, as well as selectmen and those in attendance. Photos by Jean Perry
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Marion Veterans Day Observance11 viewsDuring the Marion Veterans Day observance on Friday morning, the townspeople of Marion expressed a heartfelt thank you to the Benjamin D. Cushing VFW Post 2425, which in return gave a moving farewell as it disbanded this year and donated the VFW building to the town. Emotions were evident on the faces of the VFW Post 2425 members, as well as selectmen and those in attendance. Photos by Jean Perry
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Marion Veterans Day Observance11 viewsDuring the Marion Veterans Day observance on Friday morning, the townspeople of Marion expressed a heartfelt thank you to the Benjamin D. Cushing VFW Post 2425, which in return gave a moving farewell as it disbanded this year and donated the VFW building to the town. Emotions were evident on the faces of the VFW Post 2425 members, as well as selectmen and those in attendance. Photos by Jean Perry
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Marion Veterans Day Observance11 viewsDuring the Marion Veterans Day observance on Friday morning, the townspeople of Marion expressed a heartfelt thank you to the Benjamin D. Cushing VFW Post 2425, which in return gave a moving farewell as it disbanded this year and donated the VFW building to the town. Emotions were evident on the faces of the VFW Post 2425 members, as well as selectmen and those in attendance. Photos by Jean Perry
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Marion Veterans Day Observance11 viewsDuring the Marion Veterans Day observance on Friday morning, the townspeople of Marion expressed a heartfelt thank you to the Benjamin D. Cushing VFW Post 2425, which in return gave a moving farewell as it disbanded this year and donated the VFW building to the town. Emotions were evident on the faces of the VFW Post 2425 members, as well as selectmen and those in attendance. Photos by Jean Perry
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Marion Veterans Day Observance14 viewsDuring the Marion Veterans Day observance on Friday morning, the townspeople of Marion expressed a heartfelt thank you to the Benjamin D. Cushing VFW Post 2425, which in return gave a moving farewell as it disbanded this year and donated the VFW building to the town. Emotions were evident on the faces of the VFW Post 2425 members, as well as selectmen and those in attendance. Photos by Jean Perry
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Marion Natural History Museum57 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Jim Pierson for a wonderful program on collecting rocks and fossils. We learned about geology vs. paleontology equipment and how fossils are made. We also had a chance to make our own Megladon tooth to take home. The museum also wishes to thank Sarah Porter, and parent volunteers Wendy Copps and Marcia Waldron, for their help during the event. Also, many thanks to ORCTV for allowing us to borrow their equipment to record the event.
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Marion Natural History Museum56 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Jim Pierson for a wonderful program on collecting rocks and fossils. We learned about geology vs. paleontology equipment and how fossils are made. We also had a chance to make our own Megladon tooth to take home. The museum also wishes to thank Sarah Porter, and parent volunteers Wendy Copps and Marcia Waldron, for their help during the event. Also, many thanks to ORCTV for allowing us to borrow their equipment to record the event.
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Marion Natural History Museum59 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Jim Pierson for a wonderful program on collecting rocks and fossils. We learned about geology vs. paleontology equipment and how fossils are made. We also had a chance to make our own Megladon tooth to take home. The museum also wishes to thank Sarah Porter, and parent volunteers Wendy Copps and Marcia Waldron, for their help during the event. Also, many thanks to ORCTV for allowing us to borrow their equipment to record the event.
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Marion Natural History Museum59 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Jim Pierson for a wonderful program on collecting rocks and fossils. We learned about geology vs. paleontology equipment and how fossils are made. We also had a chance to make our own Megladon tooth to take home. The museum also wishes to thank Sarah Porter, and parent volunteers Wendy Copps and Marcia Waldron, for their help during the event. Also, many thanks to ORCTV for allowing us to borrow their equipment to record the event.
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Oliver59 viewsTickets for the Marion Art Center’s latest production “Oliver” have sold out! If you didn’t reserve your tickets, then you are out of luck! Opening Night is Thursday, November 3 and the show runs daily until Sunday, November 6. The MAC hosted a ‘meet and greet’ on Tuesday, inviting us ahead of time to get a sneak peek of the performance that is shaping up to be the MAC’s most successful thus far. Photos by Colin Veitch
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