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The April Verch Band will perform folk song, dance and bluegrass at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 10, at the Edwards Opera House, 161 Main St. The cost is $15; $10 for children 6 to 12. For more information, call 562-8213.
Decorated Easter eggs from Eastern Europe from the collection of Radmila Zuman, Potsdam, will be on exhibit through Sunday, June 1, at the Potsdam Public Museum, 2 Park St. A $1 donation is suggested. The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call the museum at 265-6910.
The Wendy Marx Foundation was created by Jeffrey Marx, Carl Lewis and the late Wendy Marx in 1989. Mr. Lewis, left, and Mr. Marx pose with a portrait of Wendy, who died in 2003 while awaiting a second liver transplant.
Olympian Carl Lewis will speak Tuesday at Jefferson Community College about the importance of organ donation. Above, he’s seen at the 1984 Olympic games in Los Angeles, where he won four gold medals.
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From left, Capts. Mike Giaquinto, Matt Peterson and Stephanie Stuck of the 101st Airborne Division pose with Boston Marathon shirts in Afghanistan before today’s running of a shadow race comparable to the Boston Marathon. (ARMY PHOTO)

Ethan P. Mitchell, 16, enjoys the nicer weather on Thursday evening by swinging with a friend at the North Elementary School playground on East Hoard Street. (AMANDA MORRISON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

From left, Noah M. Levine, 13, Ryder H. Simser, 13, Seth A. Demiceli, 13, and David E. Garry, 13, play street hockey Thursday on Dimmick Street. They are on break this week. (JUSTIN SORENSEN N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

Amanda L. Clodfelder gives water to some of her horses that were relocated to a barn at the Lewis County Fairgrounds, Lowville, after severe flooding at Riverjack Ranch on Ridge Road in Castorland prompted the animals’ evacuation. Owners were hoping to be able to return the horses to the ranch within the next couple of days. (AMANDA MORRISON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

Elaine Hanno and Joan Davis stand next to barrels full of can tabs that were collected by the Lewis County Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. The metal was cashed in for $1,000, which is going to benefit the new dialysis center in Lowville. (SUBMITTED PHOTO)

Robert E. Pirie of Heuvelton hikes the Appalachian Trail at Max Patch Bald, N.C.  (ROBERT PIRIE)

A car drives through water flowing over Route 58 Thursday caused by the flooding of a Black Lake tributary in Pope Mills.  (MELANIE KIMBLER-LAGO N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES )

Eric Parkman, Canton, an employee for Clarkson University’s grounds department, prunes a crab apple tree on campus.  (JASON HUNTER N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

John Roder, a personal trainer from Massena, has opened up The Temple inside St. Lawrence Centre mall, Massena. Mr. Roder is offering personal training services by appointment only. In the future, he hopes to have a nutritionist on staff, as well as public hours during the evening.  (BENNY FAIRCHILD N JOHNSON NEWSPAPERS)

Michial E. Foster leaves the Jefferson County Court Complex after being sentenced to 25 years to life for murder. (DUSTIN SAFRANEK N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES FILES)

SUNY Canton’s Natasha Bell attempts to reach the ball as St. Lawrence’s Jessica Rhodes races toward second base during the game Thursday at SLU. (MELANIE KIMBLER-LAGO N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)
 (MELANIE KIMBLER-LAGO N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)
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