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Family Skating Days 40 viewsTabor Academy hosts Family Skating days throughout the winter with many dates yet to come. Photos by Jean Perry
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Family Skating Days 41 viewsTabor Academy hosts Family Skating days throughout the winter with many dates yet to come. Photos by Jean Perry
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Family Skating Days 44 viewsTabor Academy hosts Family Skating days throughout the winter with many dates yet to come. Photos by Jean Perry
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Family Skating Days 41 viewsTabor Academy hosts Family Skating days throughout the winter with many dates yet to come. Photos by Jean Perry
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Family Skating Days 43 viewsTabor Academy hosts Family Skating days throughout the winter with many dates yet to come. Photos by Jean Perry
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Family Skating Days 42 viewsTabor Academy hosts Family Skating days throughout the winter with many dates yet to come. Photos by Jean Perry
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Family Skating Days 45 viewsTabor Academy hosts Family Skating days throughout the winter with many dates yet to come. Photos by Jean Perry
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Family Skating Days 41 viewsTabor Academy hosts Family Skating days throughout the winter with many dates yet to come. Photos by Jean Perry
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Family Skating Days 43 viewsTabor Academy hosts Family Skating days throughout the winter with many dates yet to come. Photos by Jean Perry
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First Penny42 viewsHe keeps it in his wallet in a coin holder with a small cellophane circle. It’s an Indian head penny, in great condition, dated 1897. “This is the first penny I ever earned. When I showed it to my father, he told me that he was born in 1897, so that made the penny even more special, so I kept it safe from that day on,” said Tom Shire, a Marion resident. Photo By Joan Hartnett-Barry
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First Penny40 viewsHe keeps it in his wallet in a coin holder with a small cellophane circle. It’s an Indian head penny, in great condition, dated 1897. “This is the first penny I ever earned. When I showed it to my father, he told me that he was born in 1897, so that made the penny even more special, so I kept it safe from that day on,” said Tom Shire, a Marion resident. Photo By Joan Hartnett-Barry
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Marion Natural History Museum46 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum after-school group enjoyed snacks and craft making during our annual holiday party. Our next set of after-school activities are on the museum’s website: www.marionmuseum.org. Happy Holidays from the Marion Natural History Museum and see you in 2014! Marion Natural History Museum holiday party Photo courtesy of Vin Malkoski
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