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Members of the ensemble raise their mugs at the end of a song about Gaston during ‘Beauty and the Beast’ rehearsal Tuesday. (AMANDA MORRISON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
A quilt show sponsored by Sunshine Quilt Guild will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the American Legion, Main Street, LaFargeville. There is no charge to see the show, but free-will donations will be accepted. Many beautiful quilts will be exhibited.The exhibit also will include the results of the guild’s ‘Mystery Quilt Challenge.’ Guests may purchase raffle tickets to enter separate drawings for an original oil painting, ‘This Old Barn,’ and a small quilt, both created and donated for the show by quilter and artist Sandra Foley of Colton. Quilt fabrics and accessories will be available to purchase at the show. Shown is Sandra Foley with her colorful quilt, which could decorate a child’s bed or be used as a wall hanging in a child’s bedroom. (JUDY GOODFRIEND JACOBS N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
Bill and Florence Heldt scrape their front steps in preparation to give them a fresh coat of paint on a sunny Tuesday on Gotham Street in Watertown. The couple said they paint the steps every year. (JUSTIN SORENSEN N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
Democratic congressional candidate Aaron G. Woolf speaks to Jefferson County sheriff candidate Colleen M. O’Neill at the Masonic Temple in Watertown on Tuesday evening. (JUSTIN SORENSEN N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
Adams Stevens, with Barber Corp., the site contractor for the new residence hall at Jefferson Community College in Watertown, checks the correct water spread for the temporary sprinkler system for the newly planted grass . (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
Brandie L. Christman-Dufrene, Jefferson County records management clerk, scans and digitalizes documents Thursday in Watertown. (JUSTIN SORENSEN N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
North Country Shriners Noble Jim Boyce and Noble Gene Jones were given 7.6 pounds of aluminum can pull-tabs from RiverLedge resident Rob Bouchey.           (SUBMITTED PHOTO
SeaComm’s Marketing Multi-Media Specialist Chantel Johnston hands the donation to Tri-Town Summer Festival Co-Chair Katie Seidel. (PHOTTO SUBMITTED
Knights Dick Zoller and Nelson Woods receiving the check from Zonta Past Presidents Linda Tiernan Smith and Sherin Cunnigham, Knight Gary Jarvis holding Lauren Bouchard.  (PHOTO SUBMITTED BY BETTY STEEL
Nate Gable, Assistant Store Manager of the Ogdensburg Price Chopper and Laura Pearson, Executive Director of the Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce. (PHOTTO SUBMITTED
Benjamin D. Brown checks the depth of an opening during an April visit to the area of Hough’s Cave in the town of Martinsburg. He returned Saturday with other cavers to explore the site.  (STEVE VIRKLER N JOHNSON NEWSPAPERS
Dr. Michael Maresca sits with an Automated Breast Volume Scanner, a new technology that provides a comprehensive three-dimensional ultrasound to detect breast cancer. (JASON HUNTER N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES 
The former Springs Tavern in Massena is undergoing a facelift, as the building’s owner, Antonio T. Doganis, is renovating it in hopes of either selling it or locating an antiques marketplace in it. (BENNY FAIRCHILD N JOHNSON NEWSPAPERS
A camel from The Wild Animal Park petting zoo tries to steal Amber N. Schultz’s straw hat on Tuesday with friend Kendra N. Baker at the Gouverneur & St. Lawrence County Fair in Gouverneur. The fair runs through Sunday and includes a country-and-western concert, a parade, rides and 4-H exhibits. For a full schedule, visit (MELANIE KIMBLER-LAGO N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES 
Peyton McLaurin will be the only area representative at the New York Summer Hoops Festival this weekend in Johnson City. (AMANDA THOMSON-TANGALIN N JOHNSON NEWSPAPERS
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