Paul Marion Under the Lowell Sun Spotlight

 Paul Marion and Rosemary Noon at Boardinghouse Park (from Lowell Sun) “Paul Marion, a Lowell native who grew up in Dracut, has worked to revitalize the city since the 1970s. Sun/Bob Whitaker

Don’t miss Nancye Tuttle’s article and sidebar about Kiwanis Club Community Spirit honoree (and our blog colleague)  Paul Marion in today’s Lowell Sun:

LOWELL — Paul Marion doesn’t brag about his accomplishments or take credit for making things happen. But behind the scenes, the soft-spoken Marion has been a key player in making Lowell a better place to live, work and play for nearly 40 years.

The Greater Lowell Kiwanis Club celebrates Marion’s community service and honors him with its 2012 Thomas Kelakos Community Spirit Award on March 23 at a banquet at Lenzi’s in Dracut.

“It’s humbling to be singled out, since so much of what I do is about partnerships and collaborations, but I’ve always tried to be a leader,” said Marion, 58, executive director of community and cultural affairs at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

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