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Pizza with Santa4 viewsIt’s never Christmas in Marion until you’ve sat on Santa’s lap followed by a slice of pizza. Sunday was the annual Pizza with Santa, hosted by the Marion Police Brotherhood. Guests brought donated toys for families in need and enjoyed a hot slice of pizza with the man of the hour. Photos by Jean Perry
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Pizza with Santa4 viewsIt’s never Christmas in Marion until you’ve sat on Santa’s lap followed by a slice of pizza. Sunday was the annual Pizza with Santa, hosted by the Marion Police Brotherhood. Guests brought donated toys for families in need and enjoyed a hot slice of pizza with the man of the hour. Photos by Jean Perry
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Pizza with Santa4 viewsIt’s never Christmas in Marion until you’ve sat on Santa’s lap followed by a slice of pizza. Sunday was the annual Pizza with Santa, hosted by the Marion Police Brotherhood. Guests brought donated toys for families in need and enjoyed a hot slice of pizza with the man of the hour. Photos by Jean Perry
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Pizza with Santa4 viewsIt’s never Christmas in Marion until you’ve sat on Santa’s lap followed by a slice of pizza. Sunday was the annual Pizza with Santa, hosted by the Marion Police Brotherhood. Guests brought donated toys for families in need and enjoyed a hot slice of pizza with the man of the hour. Photos by Jean Perry
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Tabor Academy Polar Plunge4 viewsTabor Academy hosted its second annual Polar Plunge on Sunday, January 21 at Silvershell Beach to raise money for the school’s Special Olympics Young Athletes Program. Students from ‘fundraising rival’ Sandwich High also showed up, with scores of students and staff making a dash in and quickly out of the chilly waters. The plunge raised about $8,000. Photos by Deina Zartman
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Tabor Academy Polar Plunge4 viewsTabor Academy hosted its second annual Polar Plunge on Sunday, January 21 at Silvershell Beach to raise money for the school’s Special Olympics Young Athletes Program. Students from ‘fundraising rival’ Sandwich High also showed up, with scores of students and staff making a dash in and quickly out of the chilly waters. The plunge raised about $8,000. Photos by Deina Zartman
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Tabor Academy Polar Plunge4 viewsTabor Academy hosted its second annual Polar Plunge on Sunday, January 21 at Silvershell Beach to raise money for the school’s Special Olympics Young Athletes Program. Students from ‘fundraising rival’ Sandwich High also showed up, with scores of students and staff making a dash in and quickly out of the chilly waters. The plunge raised about $8,000. Photos by Deina Zartman
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Tabor Academy Polar Plunge4 viewsTabor Academy hosted its second annual Polar Plunge on Sunday, January 21 at Silvershell Beach to raise money for the school’s Special Olympics Young Athletes Program. Students from ‘fundraising rival’ Sandwich High also showed up, with scores of students and staff making a dash in and quickly out of the chilly waters. The plunge raised about $8,000. Photos by Deina Zartman
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Tabor Academy Polar Plunge4 viewsTabor Academy hosted its second annual Polar Plunge on Sunday, January 21 at Silvershell Beach to raise money for the school’s Special Olympics Young Athletes Program. Students from ‘fundraising rival’ Sandwich High also showed up, with scores of students and staff making a dash in and quickly out of the chilly waters. The plunge raised about $8,000. Photos by Deina Zartman
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RMS Students vs. Staff Basketball Game4 viewsTough luck again this year for the sixth graders at RMS during the annual students vs. staff basketball game on Friday night. Although students were able to tie the game and gain a temporary slight lead, in the end the staff’s moves took them down, 60-56. Fifth graders, it’s up to you next year! Photos by Deina Zartman
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RMS Students vs. Staff Basketball Game4 viewsTough luck again this year for the sixth graders at RMS during the annual students vs. staff basketball game on Friday night. Although students were able to tie the game and gain a temporary slight lead, in the end the staff’s moves took them down, 60-56. Fifth graders, it’s up to you next year! Photos by Deina Zartman
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Cocoa Beantown4 viewsOn February 12, the Marion COA hosted a talk all about chocolate. Victoria Kichuk of Cocoa Beantown discussed how and where cocoa is grown and manufactured and the varieties available, and displayed a sample of a large cocoa pod. Photos by Marilou Newell
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