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Gary Sousa0 viewsGary Sousa seeks out the things you just can’t see back home and captures them with his camera, following the beaten and unbeaten paths of faraway places. The Tabor Academy history teacher shared his experiences in Vietnam with a small group of Marion residents last week at the Elizabeth Taber Library, bringing with him a seeming fortune in Vietnamese Dong, a treasure trove of handicrafts, and hundreds of photos, some of which he presented with a little academic insight and plenty of comical commentary.
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Marion Natural History Museum0 viewsLooking at Salamander eggs, playing with tadpoles, and working on a project to take home. The Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool program had fun exploring signs of spring during our most recent after-school program. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum0 viewsLooking at Salamander eggs, playing with tadpoles, and working on a project to take home. The Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool program had fun exploring signs of spring during our most recent after-school program. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum0 viewsLooking at Salamander eggs, playing with tadpoles, and working on a project to take home. The Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool program had fun exploring signs of spring during our most recent after-school program. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”3 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”3 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Troop 329 viewsMarion Troop 32 at the Southwest Marker of Camp Yawgoog in Rockville, RI at the Connecticut boarder. From Left to right is Chris Horton, Zachary Pateakos, Jack Nakashian, Jackson St. Don and Scoutmaster Paul St. Don. Camp Yawgoog is a 1,800-acre reservation for Scouting operated by the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Founded in 1916, Yawgoog is the fourth oldest continuously run Scout camp in the United States. Photo Courtesy Robert H. Nakashian
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Fireworks Gala8 viewsPeople were still trickling in at 8:00 pm as the Marion Fireworks Committee’s second annual beach party on April 5 started picking up the pace with music and lights provided by Fun 107’s Michael Rock, and guests holding drinks with little umbrellas began shaking their hips. There was the scent of tropical coconutty sunblock in the air as guests perused the items up for auction, including a luxury African photo safari valued at $5,500. Photo by Jean Perry
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