The Norwood-Norfolk Key Club recently held a concession stand and flower sale for the Norwood-Norfolk Central School Drama club during the production of Rodger's and Hammerstien's Cinderella. Members sold roses and carnations to a packed house both nights. Pictured are Key Club members Gretchen Dunkelberg and Avery Sharlow.View enlarged photo.
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:
The St. Lawrence County K-9 unit has been suspended indefinitely due to rising expenses and lack of manpower, according to media reports. A Facebook page and an online petition dedicated to preserving the St. Lawrence County K-9 unit and its police dog Hershey have been established.
Do you think St. Lawrence County should eliminate its K-9 unit?
Results will be posted Monday, March 17.
LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
Many St. Lawrence County maple producers have begun tapping trees and cooking down sap to make syrup. Do you like maple products?
Have you ever been involved in the maple sugaring process?
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The Colton 8th Grade Girl's Basketball Travel Team, coached by Tim Scovil and Ed Chamberlain, won the championship game against the Canton Hoopsters with a score of 32-27, during Potsdam's Blue and Orange Classic at SUNY Potsdam's Maxy Hall on Sunday. Before advancing to the championship game, they also won all four of their previous weekend games against Morristown, Potsdam, NE Clinton and Heuvelton. Pictured in first row: Abby McNamara, Summer Scovil, Brandi Boyce, Schuyler Chamberlain and Lydia Thomas. Pictured in second row: Coach Chamberlain, Alyson Crosby, Madeline Rousell, Katelyn Cary, Grace Rousell, Claire Rousell, Katie Long and Coach Scovil. Photo and information submitted by Jo Ann Roberts.View enlarged photo.
Norwood-Norfolk Key Cub members Brandon Beattie, Bethany Belmore and Caitlin Layaw are shown providing music for the recent Kiwanis K family autism awareness dance. About 50 people attended. All monies raised went to the Kiwanis Governor's Project fir autism awareness.View enlarged photo.
Potsdam resident Maya Atchan recently took this image of a bald eagle perched with a soon-to-be meal in Colton.View enlarged photo.
Massena Girl Scout Troop 50303 Robotics Team, took the first place trophy for “Robotic Performance” at the First Lego League Competition held at Clarkson University Saturday. In front from left: Abagayle Morrell and Gabrielle Thomas. Back row from left: Daisy Bissonette, Larsyn Vandermast, Megan McGowan, and Desirae LaShombView enlarged photo.
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