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Memorial Day1 viewsTown volunteers, as well as the local Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, have prepared the Evergreen Cemetery for Memorial Day, with flower plantings and the placement of flags on the graves of our veterans. See the article “Tri-Town Remembers…” for a summary of the Memorial Day observances in your community. Photo by Jean Perry. May 25, 2017 editionMay 24, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum0 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Jim and Madeleine Porter of "Natures Worms" for Wednesday's wonderful program. The students had a chance to build a worm box and learn about earthworms and red wigglers. May 24, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum0 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Jim and Madeleine Porter of "Natures Worms" for Wednesday's wonderful program. The students had a chance to build a worm box and learn about earthworms and red wigglers. May 24, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum1 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Jim and Madeleine Porter of "Natures Worms" for Wednesday's wonderful program. The students had a chance to build a worm box and learn about earthworms and red wigglers. May 24, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum1 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Caroline Grainger for her donation of several beautifully carved birds created by her father, James Babbit. The museum lost many of its specimens during our ceiling collapse and these incredibly detailed pieces are greatly appreciated. The museum is hoping to create a new display of nature-inspired artwork from local artists and these specimens are a great start. Photos courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdMay 24, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum0 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Caroline Grainger for her donation of several beautifully carved birds created by her father, James Babbit. The museum lost many of its specimens during our ceiling collapse and these incredibly detailed pieces are greatly appreciated. The museum is hoping to create a new display of nature-inspired artwork from local artists and these specimens are a great start. Photos courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdMay 24, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum0 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Caroline Grainger for her donation of several beautifully carved birds created by her father, James Babbit. The museum lost many of its specimens during our ceiling collapse and these incredibly detailed pieces are greatly appreciated. The museum is hoping to create a new display of nature-inspired artwork from local artists and these specimens are a great start. Photos courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdMay 24, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum0 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Caroline Grainger for her donation of several beautifully carved birds created by her father, James Babbit. The museum lost many of its specimens during our ceiling collapse and these incredibly detailed pieces are greatly appreciated. The museum is hoping to create a new display of nature-inspired artwork from local artists and these specimens are a great start. Photos courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdMay 24, 2017
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EmpowORR0 viewsSaturday, May 20, marked the official establishment of the “EmpowORR” Community Garden behind Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. The students and staff of the Transition Program at ORR High School established the garden to provide an opportunity for students with unique abilities to gain horticultural experience, including the sale of the produce at local farmers’ markets, while fostering community service opportunities. Photos by Jean PerryMay 24, 2017
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EmpowORR0 viewsSaturday, May 20, marked the official establishment of the “EmpowORR” Community Garden behind Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. The students and staff of the Transition Program at ORR High School established the garden to provide an opportunity for students with unique abilities to gain horticultural experience, including the sale of the produce at local farmers’ markets, while fostering community service opportunities. Photos by Jean PerryMay 24, 2017
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EmpowORR0 viewsSaturday, May 20, marked the official establishment of the “EmpowORR” Community Garden behind Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. The students and staff of the Transition Program at ORR High School established the garden to provide an opportunity for students with unique abilities to gain horticultural experience, including the sale of the produce at local farmers’ markets, while fostering community service opportunities. Photos by Jean PerryMay 24, 2017
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EmpowORR0 viewsSaturday, May 20, marked the official establishment of the “EmpowORR” Community Garden behind Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. The students and staff of the Transition Program at ORR High School established the garden to provide an opportunity for students with unique abilities to gain horticultural experience, including the sale of the produce at local farmers’ markets, while fostering community service opportunities. Photos by Jean PerryMay 24, 2017
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