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Marion Halloween Parade 201510 viewsThe Annual Marion Halloween Parade was a Monster Mash smash with hundreds turning out to haunt the village and collect treats along the way. The parade is sponsored by Marion Art Center. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Marion Halloween Parade 201511 viewsThe Annual Marion Halloween Parade was a Monster Mash smash with hundreds turning out to haunt the village and collect treats along the way. The parade is sponsored by Marion Art Center. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Marion Halloween Parade 201513 viewsThe Annual Marion Halloween Parade was a Monster Mash smash with hundreds turning out to haunt the village and collect treats along the way. The parade is sponsored by Marion Art Center. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Marion Halloween Parade 20159 viewsThe Annual Marion Halloween Parade was a Monster Mash smash with hundreds turning out to haunt the village and collect treats along the way. The parade is sponsored by Marion Art Center. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Marion Halloween Parade 20158 viewsThe Annual Marion Halloween Parade was a Monster Mash smash with hundreds turning out to haunt the village and collect treats along the way. The parade is sponsored by Marion Art Center. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Marion Halloween Parade 20157 viewsThe Annual Marion Halloween Parade was a Monster Mash smash with hundreds turning out to haunt the village and collect treats along the way. The parade is sponsored by Marion Art Center. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Marion Halloween Parade 20158 viewsThe Annual Marion Halloween Parade was a Monster Mash smash with hundreds turning out to haunt the village and collect treats along the way. The parade is sponsored by Marion Art Center. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Marion Halloween Parade 20159 viewsThe Annual Marion Halloween Parade was a Monster Mash smash with hundreds turning out to haunt the village and collect treats along the way. The parade is sponsored by Marion Art Center. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Marion Natural History Museum6 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum afterschool group had a chance to explore the soils last Wednesday. Many thanks to soil scientist Maggie Payne of the USDA's Natural Resource and Conservation Service. We learned what makes a "good" soil and why that's important to everyone, from farming to building a house. The students had fun conducting experiments with the soils and had a chance to build their own soil profiles to take home. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum7 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum afterschool group had a chance to explore the soils last Wednesday. Many thanks to soil scientist Maggie Payne of the USDA's Natural Resource and Conservation Service. We learned what makes a "good" soil and why that's important to everyone, from farming to building a house. The students had fun conducting experiments with the soils and had a chance to build their own soil profiles to take home. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum6 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum afterschool group had a chance to explore the soils last Wednesday. Many thanks to soil scientist Maggie Payne of the USDA's Natural Resource and Conservation Service. We learned what makes a "good" soil and why that's important to everyone, from farming to building a house. The students had fun conducting experiments with the soils and had a chance to build their own soil profiles to take home. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold
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MNHM Bird Island Trip12 viewsMany thanks to Mike, Isaac and Adam of the Marion Harbormaster’s office for the wonderful trip to Bird Island last week. Warm weather and very little wind added up to a perfect opportunity to explore the island during it’s shore bird “off season”. We looked for left over eggs, bones and nesting material. We also had an opportunity to visit the light house and take in views from the top, which included Cape Cod and the canal railroad bridge. Thank you for the great trip! Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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