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Turkey Trot 5K 6 viewsSunday was the morning of the annual Turkey Trot 5K in the center of Marion. Yes, it was rainy and windy, but the 80 turkeys (we mean participants) that showed up anyway still enjoyed the scenic village trot. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Turkey Trot 5K 6 viewsSunday was the morning of the annual Turkey Trot 5K in the center of Marion. Yes, it was rainy and windy, but the 80 turkeys (we mean participants) that showed up anyway still enjoyed the scenic village trot. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Turkey Trot 5K 6 viewsSunday was the morning of the annual Turkey Trot 5K in the center of Marion. Yes, it was rainy and windy, but the 80 turkeys (we mean participants) that showed up anyway still enjoyed the scenic village trot. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Turkey Trot 5K 6 viewsSunday was the morning of the annual Turkey Trot 5K in the center of Marion. Yes, it was rainy and windy, but the 80 turkeys (we mean participants) that showed up anyway still enjoyed the scenic village trot. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Marion Holiday Stroll6 views It was all about Santa on December 10 for the annual Marion Holiday Stroll, although at first the Grinch stole the show (but not Christmas) until Santa made his big arrival at Town Wharf to the chanting of his name, stealing back from the Grinch his rightful place as the center of attention. Photos by Jean Perry
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Freezin’ for a Reason6 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason6 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason6 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason6 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason6 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason6 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Back By Popular Demand 5 viewsAnd the rockets’ red glare, fireworks bursting in air over Sippican Harbor during the Marion fireworks, which resumed this year after a surge in fundraising efforts to bring the tradition back to Silvershell Beach. Photo by Jean Perry
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