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Folk Benefit89 viewsRebecca McCullough (top back), Director of Development of the Women's Center of New Bedford, with special events coordinator Alison McKuch (back, right) were on hand along with the organization's Vice President Maria Langevine and her husband Fred at a benefit concert for for the Women's Center at the Marion Music Hall on Saturday evening, March 14. The show featured the folk music group Atwater-Donnelly.
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Folk Benefit54 viewsThe Marion Music Hall was the sight of a concert to benefit The Women's Center of New Bedford this past Saturday evening, March 14. The show featured the talents of reknowned husband and wife duo Atwater-Donnelly who played several sets of traditional folk music.
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Folk Benefit53 viewsThe Marion Music Hall was the site of a concert to benefit The Women's Center of New Bedford this past Saturday evening, March 14. The show featured the talents of reknowned husband and wife duo Atwater-Donnelly who played several sets of traditional folk music.
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Bat Boys71 viewsMembers of Boy Scout Troop 32 in Marion recently planned and constructed six Bat Hotels to help combat the mosquito population. (Photo by Sarah K. Taylor)
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Bat Boys60 viewsMembers of Boy Scout Troop 32 in Marion recently planned and constructed six Bat Hotels to help combat the mosquito population. (Photo by Sarah K. Taylor)
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Talking Turtle84 viewsPictures of Marion Natural History Museum's Sea Turtle program with Karen Dourdeville.  During the program we talked about the life history of sea turtles and saw slides of the turtles that can be found in Buzzards Bay, and learned what we can do to help protect them.   We also examined the museum's preserved Hawksbill turtle, and the kids got their very own life sized turtle "egg" made of dough to make into their own baby turtle. (Photos courtesy of the Marion Natural History Museum.)
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Talking Turtle55 viewsPictures of Marion Natural History Museum's Sea Turtle program with Karen Dourdeville.  During the program we talked about the life history of sea turtles and saw slides of the turtles that can be found in Buzzards Bay, and learned what we can do to help protect them.   We also examined the museum's preserved Hawksbill turtle, and the kids got their very own life sized turtle "egg" made of dough to make into their own baby turtle. (Photos courtesy of the Marion Natural History Museum.)
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Talking Turtle65 viewsPictures of Marion Natural History Museum's Sea Turtle program with Karen Dourdeville.  During the program we talked about the life history of sea turtles and saw slides of the turtles that can be found in Buzzards Bay, and learned what we can do to help protect them.   We also examined the museum's preserved Hawksbill turtle, and the kids got their very own life sized turtle "egg" made of dough to make into their own baby turtle. (Photos courtesy of the Marion Natural History Museum.)
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Talking Turtle55 viewsPictures of Marion Natural History Museum's Sea Turtle program with Karen Dourdeville.  During the program we talked about the life history of sea turtles and saw slides of the turtles that can be found in Buzzards Bay, and learned what we can do to help protect them.   We also examined the museum's preserved Hawksbill turtle, and the kids got their very own life sized turtle "egg" made of dough to make into their own baby turtle. (Photos courtesy of the Marion Natural History Museum.)
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Pleasing 'Pippin'75 viewsScene from Tabor Academy’s recent production of 'Pippin.' (Photo by Sarah K. Taylor).

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Pleasing 'Pippin'53 viewsScene from Tabor Academy’s recent production of 'Pippin.' (Photo by Sarah K. Taylor).

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Pleasing 'Pippin'45 viewsScene from Tabor Academy’s recent production of 'Pippin.' (Photo by Sarah K. Taylor).

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