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Pizza with Santa42 viewsThe Marion Police Brotherhood held its annual “Pizza with Santa” on Sunday, December 6, keeping up the tradition of collecting toy donations for its “Stuff a Cruiser” toy drive to benefit those served by the Justice Resource Institute. Marion Police say this was the biggest year yet for toy donations. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Pizza with Santa40 viewsThe Marion Police Brotherhood held its annual “Pizza with Santa” on Sunday, December 6, keeping up the tradition of collecting toy donations for its “Stuff a Cruiser” toy drive to benefit those served by the Justice Resource Institute. Marion Police say this was the biggest year yet for toy donations. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Pizza with Santa38 viewsThe Marion Police Brotherhood held its annual “Pizza with Santa” on Sunday, December 6, keeping up the tradition of collecting toy donations for its “Stuff a Cruiser” toy drive to benefit those served by the Justice Resource Institute. Marion Police say this was the biggest year yet for toy donations. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Pizza with Santa40 viewsThe Marion Police Brotherhood held its annual “Pizza with Santa” on Sunday, December 6, keeping up the tradition of collecting toy donations for its “Stuff a Cruiser” toy drive to benefit those served by the Justice Resource Institute. Marion Police say this was the biggest year yet for toy donations. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Pizza with Santa39 viewsThe Marion Police Brotherhood held its annual “Pizza with Santa” on Sunday, December 6, keeping up the tradition of collecting toy donations for its “Stuff a Cruiser” toy drive to benefit those served by the Justice Resource Institute. Marion Police say this was the biggest year yet for toy donations. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Boston Post cane37 viewsVirginia Hathaway, 98, of Marion was recently presented with the Boston Post Cane during a private gathering with Marion Selectman Jonathan Henry. The Boston Post Cane is held by the oldest citizen in the town.
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Marion Natural History Museum58 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum after-school program enjoyed a visit from Rhode Island ABC6 meterologist Chelsea Priest. We learned what it takes to become a meteorologist on tv and worked on a short project on different types of clouds and what type of weather each type indicates. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum60 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum after-school program enjoyed a visit from Rhode Island ABC6 meterologist Chelsea Priest. We learned what it takes to become a meteorologist on tv and worked on a short project on different types of clouds and what type of weather each type indicates. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Hot to Trot48 viewsThe third annual “Hot to Trot” dog walk hosted by the Sippican Lands Trust brought about 20 dogs and at least twice as many humans out for a post-Thanksgiving walk at the SLT’s White Eagle property in Marion on November 29. The property is about 1,200 contiguous acres of conservation land including 24 acres of cranberry bogs. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Hot to Trot45 viewsThe third annual “Hot to Trot” dog walk hosted by the Sippican Lands Trust brought about 20 dogs and at least twice as many humans out for a post-Thanksgiving walk at the SLT’s White Eagle property in Marion on November 29. The property is about 1,200 contiguous acres of conservation land including 24 acres of cranberry bogs. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Hot to Trot46 viewsThe third annual “Hot to Trot” dog walk hosted by the Sippican Lands Trust brought about 20 dogs and at least twice as many humans out for a post-Thanksgiving walk at the SLT’s White Eagle property in Marion on November 29. The property is about 1,200 contiguous acres of conservation land including 24 acres of cranberry bogs. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Hot to Trot45 viewsThe third annual “Hot to Trot” dog walk hosted by the Sippican Lands Trust brought about 20 dogs and at least twice as many humans out for a post-Thanksgiving walk at the SLT’s White Eagle property in Marion on November 29. The property is about 1,200 contiguous acres of conservation land including 24 acres of cranberry bogs. Photos by Colin Veitch
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