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Bubbles, bubbles, everywhere! 3 viewsKids were spellbound by Keith Johnson and his “Bubbleology” show at the Marion Music Hall on June 22, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. Ty Mackenzie, 9, was the lucky one who got to be swallowed up by a giant bubble. Photos by Jean Perry
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Bubbles, bubbles, everywhere! 2 viewsKids were spellbound by Keith Johnson and his “Bubbleology” show at the Marion Music Hall on June 22, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. Ty Mackenzie, 9, was the lucky one who got to be swallowed up by a giant bubble. Photos by Jean Perry
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Bubbles, bubbles, everywhere! 2 viewsKids were spellbound by Keith Johnson and his “Bubbleology” show at the Marion Music Hall on June 22, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. Ty Mackenzie, 9, was the lucky one who got to be swallowed up by a giant bubble. Photos by Jean Perry
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Bubbles, bubbles, everywhere! 2 viewsKids were spellbound by Keith Johnson and his “Bubbleology” show at the Marion Music Hall on June 22, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. Ty Mackenzie, 9, was the lucky one who got to be swallowed up by a giant bubble. Photos by Jean Perry
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Bubbles, bubbles, everywhere! 2 viewsKids were spellbound by Keith Johnson and his “Bubbleology” show at the Marion Music Hall on June 22, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. Ty Mackenzie, 9, was the lucky one who got to be swallowed up by a giant bubble. Photos by Jean Perry
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Bubbles, bubbles, everywhere! 2 viewsKids were spellbound by Keith Johnson and his “Bubbleology” show at the Marion Music Hall on June 22, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. Ty Mackenzie, 9, was the lucky one who got to be swallowed up by a giant bubble. Photos by Jean Perry
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Bubbles, bubbles, everywhere! 2 viewsKids were spellbound by Keith Johnson and his “Bubbleology” show at the Marion Music Hall on June 22, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. Ty Mackenzie, 9, was the lucky one who got to be swallowed up by a giant bubble. Photos by Jean Perry
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Chemistry of Tie Dye20 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's last afterschool program of this school year featured "Chemistry of Tie Dye" with Chemist Jessica Robidoux and coordinated by Dr. William (Toby) Dills of UMass Dartmouth's Chemistry Department. The Museum wishes to thank Ms. Robidoux, Dr. Dills, and all the many volunteers who showed up to help with the program. The students learned a little something about acids and bases as well as having fun dyeing their shirts. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Chemistry of Tie Dye19 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's last afterschool program of this school year featured "Chemistry of Tie Dye" with Chemist Jessica Robidoux and coordinated by Dr. William (Toby) Dills of UMass Dartmouth's Chemistry Department. The Museum wishes to thank Ms. Robidoux, Dr. Dills, and all the many volunteers who showed up to help with the program. The students learned a little something about acids and bases as well as having fun dyeing their shirts. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Chemistry of Tie Dye7 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's last afterschool program of this school year featured "Chemistry of Tie Dye" with Chemist Jessica Robidoux and coordinated by Dr. William (Toby) Dills of UMass Dartmouth's Chemistry Department. The Museum wishes to thank Ms. Robidoux, Dr. Dills, and all the many volunteers who showed up to help with the program. The students learned a little something about acids and bases as well as having fun dyeing their shirts. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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St. Gabriel’s7 viewsOn Thursday, May 28 the St. Gabriel’s students gathered at the Fairhaven Animal Shelter to present Animal Control Officer Kelly Massey with a check for $1,727, one-third of their total cash fundraising efforts. Back row, L to R: Clara Bonney, Liza Feeney, Alexa Zell, Ava Russell; Middle row, L to R: Paige Feeney, Isabelle Kelly, Hazel Kelly, Lauren Rapoza; Front row, L to R: Bryn Feeney, Grace Ward, Charles Bonney
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Chemistry of Tie Dye8 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's last afterschool program of this school year featured "Chemistry of Tie Dye" with Chemist Jessica Robidoux and coordinated by Dr. William (Toby) Dills of UMass Dartmouth's Chemistry Department. The Museum wishes to thank Ms. Robidoux, Dr. Dills, and all the many volunteers who showed up to help with the program. The students learned a little something about acids and bases as well as having fun dyeing their shirts. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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