MARRS Featured in The Laurel of Asheville

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We are excited to note that The Laurel of Asheville featured MARRS in the March 2017 edition. The arts and lifestyle magazine can be found free on newsstands around Asheville. Thank you, friends at The Laurel of Asheville!

Wow! Volunteer hours are adding up!

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MARRS is completely depending on the time and talents of our volunteers. Want proof? As of the end of November, volunteer readers, operational personnel, and Board members had logged more than 3,000 volunteer hours this calendar year. Even more amazing: The dollar … Continued

We’re back up!

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Our apologies to visitors to our website over the past week. We encountered some pretty intense technical issues and that resulted in the site being down for a week. We want to give a shoutout to the good folks at … Continued

New Officers Elected

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The new fiscal year at MARRS began July 1, 2016, and with it a new President, George deWalder, and Vice President, Rob Carroll. Our thanks to outgoing President Richard Caro for his service why not try these out. The following is … Continued

Greetings from new MARRS President

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Greetings, listeners, supporters, and fellow MARRS volunteers: Please allow me to introduce myself as the new President of the MARRS Board of Directors for the fiscal year that began July 1. I’ve been a regular Friday reader since October 2014. … Continued

Media Celebs Make a Stop at MARRS

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They aren’t movie stars, but they’re definitely stars in the news media world and recently they made stops at MARRS. Dick Polman is the national political columnist at Newsworks, the online home of public radio WHYY in Philadelphia, and has been … Continued

Traveling to MARRS? Write it down!

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When you use Google services, you trust us with your information. This Privacy Policy is meant to help you understand what data we collect, why we collect it, and what we do with it. This is important; we hope you … Continued

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