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Marion's Electric Car49 viewsMarion’s new electric car that has been assigned to the Recreation Department has finally arrived … just in time for the gas tank to fall off the old 2004 Crown Victoria the department had inherited from the Police Department years ago. Photo by Jean Perry
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Marion Natural History Museum38 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum welcomed a visit from Mark Whelan, engineer with Sippican/Lockheed Martin Corp. Mark allowed us to experiment with compression, stability and buoyancy. We built our own submarines and figured out how to make it sink, but not too fast. Then we held a race to see whose submarine sank the slowest. The group had a great time working with all the materials and we’d like to thank Mark and Sippican/Lockheed Martin for the wonderful program.
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Marion Natural History Museum40 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum welcomed a visit from Mark Whelan, engineer with Sippican/Lockheed Martin Corp. Mark allowed us to experiment with compression, stability and buoyancy. We built our own submarines and figured out how to make it sink, but not too fast. Then we held a race to see whose submarine sank the slowest. The group had a great time working with all the materials and we’d like to thank Mark and Sippican/Lockheed Martin for the wonderful program.
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Marion Natural History Museum36 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum welcomed a visit from Mark Whelan, engineer with Sippican/Lockheed Martin Corp. Mark allowed us to experiment with compression, stability and buoyancy. We built our own submarines and figured out how to make it sink, but not too fast. Then we held a race to see whose submarine sank the slowest. The group had a great time working with all the materials and we’d like to thank Mark and Sippican/Lockheed Martin for the wonderful program.
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Spare Change42 viewsSophia Crippin of Marion is collecting change to make change in the lives of orphans in Haiti, where a small island nation continues to struggle after devastating natural disasters. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Spare Change44 viewsSophia Crippin of Marion is collecting change to make change in the lives of orphans in Haiti, where a small island nation continues to struggle after devastating natural disasters. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Marathon Run43 viewsDeborah Bullerjahn was an avid runner, having run over 20 marathons and at least one on every continent. Bullerjahn, a Marion resident, herself raised over $65,000 for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute before she succumbed to the disease in 2010. Photo submitted by Lucas Bullerjahn
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Marathon Run44 viewsDeborah Bullerjahn was an avid runner, having run over 20 marathons and at least one on every continent. Bullerjahn, a Marion resident, herself raised over $65,000 for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute before she succumbed to the disease in 2010. Photo submitted by Lucas Bullerjahn
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Marion Natural History Museum54 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group welcomed Craig Chartier, a professional archaeologist, on March 9. Craig gave a presentation on the techniques archaeologists use to discover what an item might have been used for in its former life. Many thanks to Craig for the wonderful program.
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Marion Natural History Museum53 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group welcomed Craig Chartier, a professional archaeologist, on March 9. Craig gave a presentation on the techniques archaeologists use to discover what an item might have been used for in its former life. Many thanks to Craig for the wonderful program.
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Spring52 viewsWhen winter meets spring. Geoff Rowley of Marion took this picture in his back yard last week.
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Library Henna40 viewsThe Elizabeth Taber Library hosted a henna tattoo program for teens, with each guest receiving their own henna creation by professional henna artist Heather Cault-Nulton. The art of henna dates back thousands of years and has recently grown in popularity. As part of a new initiative to draw teens into the library, the afternoon henna event was held on March 1 and attracted 13 area teens to experience the beauty of henna. Photos by Colin Veitch
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