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Storm Sky19 viewsBehold, the sky over Ned’s Point before last week’s storm. Photo taken by Steve ChiccoFeb 16, 2017
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Pinewood Derby20 viewsThe Marion Cub Scout Pack 32 took part in its 2017 Pinewood Derby on Saturday, February 11. More than a dozen scouts took part in at least five races, with the fastest finishers pitted against each other down the stretch. The three prize winners were: Jack Goodwin, 1st place, age 8; Gavin Bellanger, 2nd place, age 8; Tyler Young, 3rd place, age 11. Photos courtesy of Jay PateakosFeb 16, 2017
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Pinewood Derby20 viewsThe Marion Cub Scout Pack 32 took part in its 2017 Pinewood Derby on Saturday, February 11. More than a dozen scouts took part in at least five races, with the fastest finishers pitted against each other down the stretch. The three prize winners were: Jack Goodwin, 1st place, age 8; Gavin Bellanger, 2nd place, age 8; Tyler Young, 3rd place, age 11. Photos courtesy of Jay PateakosFeb 16, 2017
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Pinewood Derby20 viewsThe Marion Cub Scout Pack 32 took part in its 2017 Pinewood Derby on Saturday, February 11. More than a dozen scouts took part in at least five races, with the fastest finishers pitted against each other down the stretch. The three prize winners were: Jack Goodwin, 1st place, age 8; Gavin Bellanger, 2nd place, age 8; Tyler Young, 3rd place, age 11. Photos courtesy of Jay PateakosFeb 16, 2017
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Pinewood Derby20 viewsThe Marion Cub Scout Pack 32 took part in its 2017 Pinewood Derby on Saturday, February 11. More than a dozen scouts took part in at least five races, with the fastest finishers pitted against each other down the stretch. The three prize winners were: Jack Goodwin, 1st place, age 8; Gavin Bellanger, 2nd place, age 8; Tyler Young, 3rd place, age 11. Photos courtesy of Jay PateakosFeb 16, 2017
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Coy Wolf23 viewsSteve Chicco spotted and captured this image of what he says is a “coy wolf” seen on Converse Point.Feb 16, 2017
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Coy Wolf22 viewsSteve Chicco spotted and captured this image of what he says is a “coy wolf” seen on Converse Point.Feb 16, 2017
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Patriots Support 71 viewsThe folks at the Marion Town Hall had a pizza party on Friday and dressed to show their support for the Patriots in the big game. Photo courtesy of Michele BissonnetteFeb 09, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum44 viewsOn January 24, the Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group investigated different adaptations wild animals make to get through the winter months. We spoke about different types of food sources animals use, as well as their caches/larders and how to identify them in the field. We also had fun working on a bird feeder project to bring home. Next program is February 15 with the Nasketucket Bird Club. To see all our upcoming programs, please visit our website: www.marionmuseum.org. Photos courtesy ElFeb 01, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum45 viewsOn January 24, the Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group investigated different adaptations wild animals make to get through the winter months. We spoke about different types of food sources animals use, as well as their caches/larders and how to identify them in the field. We also had fun working on a bird feeder project to bring home. Next program is February 15 with the Nasketucket Bird Club. To see all our upcoming programs, please visit our website: www.marionmuseum.org. Photos courtesy ElFeb 01, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum43 viewsOn January 24, the Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group investigated different adaptations wild animals make to get through the winter months. We spoke about different types of food sources animals use, as well as their caches/larders and how to identify them in the field. We also had fun working on a bird feeder project to bring home. Next program is February 15 with the Nasketucket Bird Club. To see all our upcoming programs, please visit our website: www.marionmuseum.org. Photos courtesy ElFeb 01, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum43 viewsOn January 24, the Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group investigated different adaptations wild animals make to get through the winter months. We spoke about different types of food sources animals use, as well as their caches/larders and how to identify them in the field. We also had fun working on a bird feeder project to bring home. Next program is February 15 with the Nasketucket Bird Club. To see all our upcoming programs, please visit our website: www.marionmuseum.org. Photos courtesy ElFeb 01, 2017
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