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Super Duper Summer Fair4 views The First Church of Marion held its Annual Super Duper Summer Fair on July 25. The fundraising event is a familiar, welcome event every summer in Marion, and it has something to offer everyone. The fair featured a plant sale, White Elephant, games for the kids, book sale, yard sale, and of course, clam cakes. Photos by Jean Perry
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Super Duper Summer Fair4 views The First Church of Marion held its Annual Super Duper Summer Fair on July 25. The fundraising event is a familiar, welcome event every summer in Marion, and it has something to offer everyone. The fair featured a plant sale, White Elephant, games for the kids, book sale, yard sale, and of course, clam cakes. Photos by Jean Perry
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Super Duper Summer Fair4 views The First Church of Marion held its Annual Super Duper Summer Fair on July 25. The fundraising event is a familiar, welcome event every summer in Marion, and it has something to offer everyone. The fair featured a plant sale, White Elephant, games for the kids, book sale, yard sale, and of course, clam cakes. Photos by Jean Perry
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Super Duper Summer Fair4 views The First Church of Marion held its Annual Super Duper Summer Fair on July 25. The fundraising event is a familiar, welcome event every summer in Marion, and it has something to offer everyone. The fair featured a plant sale, White Elephant, games for the kids, book sale, yard sale, and of course, clam cakes. Photos by Jean Perry
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Marion Concert Band11 viewsThe Marion Concert Band performed its first of several concerts of the season at the Robert Broomhead Bandstand at Island Wharf. This performance featured selections for “the young people of all ages,” as Conductor Tobias Monte described it. The band will perform Fridays at 7:00 pm throughout July and August. Photo by Jean Perry
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Marion Concert Band11 viewsThe Marion Concert Band performed its first of several concerts of the season at the Robert Broomhead Bandstand at Island Wharf. This performance featured selections for “the young people of all ages,” as Conductor Tobias Monte described it. The band will perform Fridays at 7:00 pm throughout July and August. Photo by Jean Perry
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Marion Concert Band10 viewsThe Marion Concert Band performed its first of several concerts of the season at the Robert Broomhead Bandstand at Island Wharf. This performance featured selections for “the young people of all ages,” as Conductor Tobias Monte described it. The band will perform Fridays at 7:00 pm throughout July and August. Photo by Jean Perry
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Marion Concert Band10 viewsThe Marion Concert Band performed its first of several concerts of the season at the Robert Broomhead Bandstand at Island Wharf. This performance featured selections for “the young people of all ages,” as Conductor Tobias Monte described it. The band will perform Fridays at 7:00 pm throughout July and August. Photo by Jean Perry
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Marion Concert Band10 viewsThe Marion Concert Band performed its first of several concerts of the season at the Robert Broomhead Bandstand at Island Wharf. This performance featured selections for “the young people of all ages,” as Conductor Tobias Monte described it. The band will perform Fridays at 7:00 pm throughout July and August. Photo by Jean Perry
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Marion Natural History Museum11 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum’s Coastal Explorations group wishes to thank wildlife tracker Jennifer Carlino for showing us a little about different types of wildlife sign. Burrows, tracks, pellets, and scat were all inspected to determine what types of wildlife use Washburn park as their habitat. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum10 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum’s Coastal Explorations group wishes to thank wildlife tracker Jennifer Carlino for showing us a little about different types of wildlife sign. Burrows, tracks, pellets, and scat were all inspected to determine what types of wildlife use Washburn park as their habitat. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum11 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum’s Coastal Explorations group wishes to thank wildlife tracker Jennifer Carlino for showing us a little about different types of wildlife sign. Burrows, tracks, pellets, and scat were all inspected to determine what types of wildlife use Washburn park as their habitat. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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