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Marion Village Estates9 viewsA fire at the Marion Village Estates off Front Street on February 19 caused major damage to several units at the 40B housing development in Marion. The Marion Fire Department called for assistance from neighboring towns and roughly 60 firefighters on the scene battled the blaze for over six hours. Photo by Felix PerezFeb 26, 2015
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Marion Village Estates9 viewsA fire at the Marion Village Estates off Front Street on February 19 caused major damage to several units at the 40B housing development in Marion. The Marion Fire Department called for assistance from neighboring towns and roughly 60 firefighters on the scene battled the blaze for over six hours. Photo by Felix PerezFeb 26, 2015
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Snow Roof6 viewsSchool was canceled at ORR on February 23 due to a possible structural issue with the roof. Workers shoveling snow off the roof found a questionable area that might have buckled beneath the weight of the snow. An engineer found no damage and school resumed again the next day. Photo by Art HutchisonFeb 26, 2015
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Marion Village Estates8 viewsA fire at the Marion Village Estates off Front Street on February 19 caused major damage to several units at the 40B housing development in Marion. The Marion Fire Department called for assistance from neighboring towns and roughly 60 firefighters on the scene battled the blaze for over six hours. Photo by Felix PerezFeb 26, 2015
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Duke University7 viewsTwelve Tabor students traveled to Duke University to participate in a Model United Nations Conference. Photo Courtesy of Stephanie ZouFeb 26, 2015
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Spanish Trip7 viewsSpanish students from Old Rochester Regional High School recently enjoyed a trip to the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) in Boston courtesy of grants from the Marion and Rochester Cultural Councils. Students studied the works of Francisco Goya, one of the most important Spanish artists of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. They were then able to visit an exhibition of his work at the MFA. Feb 26, 2015
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Boston Post Cane6 viewsSelectman Naida Parker presented Rochester’s oldest resident with the Boston Post Cane on February 20. Armand Cournoyer, 100, who now resides at the Sippican Healthcare Center, received the cane during a small ceremony while surrounded by friends and three generations of family members. Photos by Jean PerryFeb 26, 2015
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Boston Post Cane6 viewsSelectman Naida Parker presented Rochester’s oldest resident with the Boston Post Cane on February 20. Armand Cournoyer, 100, who now resides at the Sippican Healthcare Center, received the cane during a small ceremony while surrounded by friends and three generations of family members. Photos by Jean PerryFeb 26, 2015
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Boston Post Cane2 viewsSelectman Naida Parker presented Rochester’s oldest resident with the Boston Post Cane on February 20. Armand Cournoyer, 100, who now resides at the Sippican Healthcare Center, received the cane during a small ceremony while surrounded by friends and three generations of family members. Photos by Jean PerryFeb 26, 2015
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Boston Post Cane2 viewsSelectman Naida Parker presented Rochester’s oldest resident with the Boston Post Cane on February 20. Armand Cournoyer, 100, who now resides at the Sippican Healthcare Center, received the cane during a small ceremony while surrounded by friends and three generations of family members. Photos by Jean PerryFeb 26, 2015
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Boston Post Cane3 viewsSelectman Naida Parker presented Rochester’s oldest resident with the Boston Post Cane on February 20. Armand Cournoyer, 100, who now resides at the Sippican Healthcare Center, received the cane during a small ceremony while surrounded by friends and three generations of family members. Photos by Jean PerryFeb 26, 2015
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Boston Post Cane2 viewsSelectman Naida Parker presented Rochester’s oldest resident with the Boston Post Cane on February 20. Armand Cournoyer, 100, who now resides at the Sippican Healthcare Center, received the cane during a small ceremony while surrounded by friends and three generations of family members. Photos by Jean PerryFeb 26, 2015
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