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Judy Kleven Retires7 viewsScores of admirers gathered on Friday to celebrate the service of Head Librarian Judy Kleven, who retired after 27 years at Elizabeth Taber. Young Max Richins presented Kleven with an Eiffel Tower-themed card, as she hopes to travel to Paris in retirement, while others brought a book-shaped cake and a new cat – Noah. Photos by Joan Hartnett-Barry
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Judy Kleven Retires8 viewsScores of admirers gathered on Friday to celebrate the service of Head Librarian Judy Kleven, who retired after 27 years at Elizabeth Taber. Young Max Richins presented Kleven with an Eiffel Tower-themed card, as she hopes to travel to Paris in retirement, while others brought a book-shaped cake and a new cat – Noah. Photos by Joan Hartnett-Barry
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Mountain Classroom37 viewsSippican School Sixth Graders embark on their annual mountain classroom in New Hampshire. Photo courtesy Jay Pateakos
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Fireworks Fundraiser64 viewsMaggie Fearons, Katie Nilson, Natalie Nilson and Georgia Toland work to raise money for the Marion Fireworks. Fundraising efforts have already yielded over $38,000 towards the effort. The exact figure needed is not known until the bids are opened and the costs of services such as police and fire details are quantified. Those wishing to contribute towards the Fireworks can send donations to Marion Fireworks, 2 Spring Street, Marion, MA 02738.
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New Christmas Tree14 viewsMarions replacement Christmas tree. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry
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New Librarian43 viewsThe Elizabeth Taber Board of Library Trustees has
appointed Elisabeth “Libby” O’Neil as the new Head Librarian at the
Elizabeth Taber Library in Marion. She will take the place of Judith
Kleven who is retiring May 31 after 26 years.
Before accepting this job, O’Neil was the Youth and Community Outreach
Librarian for the Boston Public Library at Copley Square, Boston and was
the former Children’s Librarian at the South Boston Branch of the Boston
Public Library. Ms. O’Neil will start on June 3, 2013
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VIP Treatment34 viewsSeven-year-old Brady Weglowski from Mattapoisett was named VIP and given the title of Ambassador for a day as part of a program through Healing Little Hearts and Boston Children’s Hospital. Brady (right), who suffers from a congenital heart defect, and classmate Ty Dumas traveled by motorcade with diplomatic security to meet with Gov. Deval Patrick, who showed the children his collection of challenge coins. Patrick also provided Brady with a citation to commemorate the visit.
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Marion Boy Scouts Troop 3227 viewsWhile most of Marion Boy Scouts Troop 32 Scouts were enjoying themselves at the O.R.R. Junior High School Band annual outing at Six Flags New England on 5/11/13, three Scouts and their Adult Leaders went to Camp Cachalot from Friday (5/10/13) night until Sunday (5/12/13) morning for a backpacking adventure. Pictured are Anne Duggan – Troop Advisor, Jack Nakashian, Brendan Nunes, Jackson St. Don and Paul St. Don – Scoutmaster (taking the picture is Robert Nakashian – Committee Chairman).
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Vernal Pools22 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum afterschool program spent some time looking for amphibians during yesterday’s afterschool program. We found tadpoles of two types of frogs, salamander larvae, dragonfly and damsel fly larvae and many other animals. Many thanks to Kim Riley and Beth Lopes for their help with the class. Photos by Elizabeth Leidhold
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Vernal Pools9 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum afterschool program spent some time looking for amphibians during yesterday’s afterschool program. We found tadpoles of two types of frogs, salamander larvae, dragonfly and damsel fly larvae and many other animals. Many thanks to Kim Riley and Beth Lopes for their help with the class. Photos by Elizabeth Leidhold
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Vernal Pools8 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum afterschool program spent some time looking for amphibians during yesterday’s afterschool program. We found tadpoles of two types of frogs, salamander larvae, dragonfly and damsel fly larvae and many other animals. Many thanks to Kim Riley and Beth Lopes for their help with the class. Photos by Elizabeth Leidhold
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Vernal Pools8 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum afterschool program spent some time looking for amphibians during yesterday’s afterschool program. We found tadpoles of two types of frogs, salamander larvae, dragonfly and damsel fly larvae and many other animals. Many thanks to Kim Riley and Beth Lopes for their help with the class. Photos by Elizabeth Leidhold
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