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Irish Fairy Godmother21 viewsBringing with her a magical teapot, the Irish Fairy Godmother visited the Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library March 7, treating about 25 kids to a magic show. Magician Debbie O’Carroll said her favorite part about being the Irish Fairy Godmother is seeing the cheerful responses from her young audience. Photos by Felix Perez
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Irish Fairy Godmother19 viewsBringing with her a magical teapot, the Irish Fairy Godmother visited the Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library March 7, treating about 25 kids to a magic show. Magician Debbie O’Carroll said her favorite part about being the Irish Fairy Godmother is seeing the cheerful responses from her young audience. Photos by Felix Perez
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Irish Fairy Godmother20 viewsBringing with her a magical teapot, the Irish Fairy Godmother visited the Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library March 7, treating about 25 kids to a magic show. Magician Debbie O’Carroll said her favorite part about being the Irish Fairy Godmother is seeing the cheerful responses from her young audience. Photos by Felix Perez
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Irish Fairy Godmother6 viewsBringing with her a magical teapot, the Irish Fairy Godmother visited the Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library March 7, treating about 25 kids to a magic show. Magician Debbie O’Carroll said her favorite part about being the Irish Fairy Godmother is seeing the cheerful responses from her young audience. Photos by Felix Perez
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Irish Fairy Godmother7 viewsBringing with her a magical teapot, the Irish Fairy Godmother visited the Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library March 7, treating about 25 kids to a magic show. Magician Debbie O’Carroll said her favorite part about being the Irish Fairy Godmother is seeing the cheerful responses from her young audience. Photos by Felix Perez
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Irish Fairy Godmother6 viewsBringing with her a magical teapot, the Irish Fairy Godmother visited the Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library March 7, treating about 25 kids to a magic show. Magician Debbie O’Carroll said her favorite part about being the Irish Fairy Godmother is seeing the cheerful responses from her young audience. Photos by Felix Perez
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Irish Fairy Godmother7 viewsBringing with her a magical teapot, the Irish Fairy Godmother visited the Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library March 7, treating about 25 kids to a magic show. Magician Debbie O’Carroll said her favorite part about being the Irish Fairy Godmother is seeing the cheerful responses from her young audience. Photos by Felix Perez
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Dr. Tom Burns6 viewsDr. Tom Burns, an avid underwater photographer, shared many of the photos he has taken of many of New England’s shark species in a lively and entertaining program at the Marion Natural History Museum last Friday. Dr. Burns is a veterinarian on Cape Cod and enjoys sharing his knowledge of shark species and their natural history with the public. Photos of Blue, Tiger, Hammer head, and of course the White Shark were shown along with anecdotal stories of how and where they were taken. Photos courtesy Elizabeth
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Irish Fairy Godmother6 viewsBringing with her a magical teapot, the Irish Fairy Godmother visited the Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library March 7, treating about 25 kids to a magic show. Magician Debbie O’Carroll said her favorite part about being the Irish Fairy Godmother is seeing the cheerful responses from her young audience. Photos by Felix Perez
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Boston Post Cane19 viewsSelectman Naida Parker presented Rochester’s oldest resident with the Boston Post Cane on February 20. Armand Cournoyer, 100, who now resides at the Sippican Healthcare Center, received the cane during a small ceremony while surrounded by friends and three generations of family members. Photos by Jean Perry
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Boston Post Cane18 viewsSelectman Naida Parker presented Rochester’s oldest resident with the Boston Post Cane on February 20. Armand Cournoyer, 100, who now resides at the Sippican Healthcare Center, received the cane during a small ceremony while surrounded by friends and three generations of family members. Photos by Jean Perry
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Boston Post Cane5 viewsSelectman Naida Parker presented Rochester’s oldest resident with the Boston Post Cane on February 20. Armand Cournoyer, 100, who now resides at the Sippican Healthcare Center, received the cane during a small ceremony while surrounded by friends and three generations of family members. Photos by Jean Perry
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