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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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Marion Troop 324 viewsMarion Troop 32 at the Southwest Marker of Camp Yawgoog in Rockville, RI at the Connecticut boarder. From Left to right is Chris Horton, Zachary Pateakos, Jack Nakashian, Jackson St. Don and Scoutmaster Paul St. Don. Camp Yawgoog is a 1,800-acre reservation for Scouting operated by the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Founded in 1916, Yawgoog is the fourth oldest continuously run Scout camp in the United States. Photo Courtesy Robert H. NakashianApr 17, 2014
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Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting”2 viewsInvestigating what makes a healthy soil during the Marion Natural History Museum’s “Composting” afterschool program. The students took a look at some of the animals that help to break down compost and built a mini-composter to bring home. Photo courtesy Elizabeth LeidholdApr 17, 2014
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ORR’s AFS Club2 viewsMembers of ORR’s AFS club traveled to Arcola, Illinois for a short-term exchange last week. Pictured here are ORR students and their host students outside the Arcola High School. Photo by Rhonda Reints.Apr 17, 2014
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Every 15 Minutes2 viewsSeniors at ORR looked death in the face during an emotional April 10 presentation on drunk driving. A guest speaker shared her horrific experience of losing a child to drunk driving, and students created a dramatic film that really drove home the message that drinking and driving can have lifelong consequences. By Jean PerryApr 17, 2014
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Every 15 Minutes2 viewsSeniors at ORR looked death in the face during an emotional April 10 presentation on drunk driving. A guest speaker shared her horrific experience of losing a child to drunk driving, and students created a dramatic film that really drove home the message that drinking and driving can have lifelong consequences. By Jean PerryApr 17, 2014
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Every 15 Minutes3 viewsSeniors at ORR looked death in the face during an emotional April 10 presentation on drunk driving. A guest speaker shared her horrific experience of losing a child to drunk driving, and students created a dramatic film that really drove home the message that drinking and driving can have lifelong consequences. By Jean PerryApr 17, 2014
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Destination Imagination4 viewsThe TriTown Destination Imagination teams with Managers, family and friends after winning at the State Tournament March 29. Photo courtesy Tina RoodApr 17, 2014
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