Flowers at the Market
By: Sheila K. Dudash Callahan

Flowers available for sale at the weekly market
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FRG "Pie" in the face fundraiser
By: Christy Wirtz

For our FRG fundraiser we did a pie in the face auction. When we ran out of cool whip, everything was fair game to fill the pie tin with.
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Welcome Home SSG Wirtz
By: Christy Wirtz

Welcoming daddy home.
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10th Mountain Headquarters
By: Jim Patrick

10th Div Hq
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Famland
By: Jude huebner

Overlooking Felts Mills from backyard
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Trillium
By: Jude huebner


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snowman.jpg
By: Jude Huebner

Snowman made with first snow of season
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Iron Fence
By: Christopher G. Bova

Iron fence along the downtown walkways of Watertown
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The Protector
By: Christopher G. Bova

Lion at the Entrance of the Flower Memorial Library
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Empty Space
By: Christopher G. Bova

Lighted Bench in Watertown
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Public Library
By: Christopher G. Bova

Public Learning Center- Flower Memorial Library
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Justice
By: Christopher G. Bova

Historic building located in Watertown NY
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Night Life
By: Christopher G. Bova

Carrage House at Night
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Night Justice
By: Christopher G. Bova

Court House at night
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Together They Dance
By: Katrina Yerger

This is how our street in W. Carthage looks during the fall. It is beautiful to see the trees on one side of the sidewalk and the patriotism on the other side.
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Me and My Man
By: Katrina Yerger

This is my daughter Kelsie and her snowman. She has really enjoyed playing in the snow up here even though she was born in Texas. Thanks to the military, she has seen many places but enjoys the snow the best.
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Calcium Cemetary
By: K

old tomb stones from the 1800's in the Sanford Corners Cemetary, taken for a high school photography class with a 35mm camara on black and white film
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Fall Trees
By: Katie Babcock

A line of trees on a property line on Ct Rt 138, Taken for a highschool photography class with a 35 mm camara and black and white film,
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Beautiful Statue
By: Christine Thompson

I thought the fall leaves were a beautiful backdrop for this staute and all the flags.
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Tenth Mountain Warriors
By: Jim Patrick

10th Mountain Warriors preparing for a mission
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Clark Hall
By: Jim Patrick

Clark Hall
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Indian River
By: Stephen Curtis

Picture I took from under a bridge in theresa facing toward the dam
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Soldiers Mural
By: Bill Lockhart

This mural was painted by local veteran Bill Lockhart from BBoop's World. The mural is dedicated by the Paddock Arcade merchants to our soldiers here and abroad and their spouses left behind.
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Keith Urban Band
By: Jay St. Croix

Keith getting down at the Yellow Ribbon Event held at the Watertown Fairgrounds in August of 2005
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Kayak Event 2005
By: Jay St. Croix

2005 kayaking event in Watertown
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10th mt plaque at whiteface
By: melissa klotz

Plaque at the top of little whitface mt honoring fort drum
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Historic Cemetary
By: Jim Patrick

Historic Cemetary
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Historic Cemetary
By: Jim Patrick

Historic Cemetary
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Starting Kindegarden
By: Tasha McIlroy

Cassidy's first day of school. Mom is giving her a kiss goodbye and a kiss for luck
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Thompson Park Entrance Sign
By: Jay St. Croix

flags put on signs for yellow ribbon rally in the park at the syracuse symphony
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Waterfalls of the North Country
By: Kelly M. Castillo

A picture of a waterfall in the North Country
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Tranquility in rushing waters and apple cider doughnuts
By: Kelly M. Castillo

The picture shows the waterfall of the burville cidermill.
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The Playhouse
By: Pat Trudell

This is the playhouse that George C. Boldt built for his children. This was just one of many buildings on this island. This is the ultimate token of love. The mansion had over 200 rooms ... all of the work was stopped when his wife died suddenly. This is a tourist attraction. Proceeds to go the restoration of this estate after decades of vandalism.
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Fountain Pace Boat
By: Pat Trudell

Alexandria Bay Poker Run. Hottest, Fastest, and most Exotic powerboats were here in Alexandria Bay.
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Boat Races
By: Pat Trudell

Alexandria Bay Poker Run. Hottest, Fastest, and most Exotic powerboats were here in Alexandria Bay.
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Kayaker
By: Pat Trudell

The First Annual 2006 World Cup Freestyle Kayak Competition being sanctioned by the Olympics. The second leg of this competition was held in Watertown, NY. The event will be aired on the Outdoor Life Network December nationwide. There were representatives from 16 countries present.
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Kayaks
By: Pat Trudell

The First Annual 2006 World Cup Freestyle Kayak Competition being sanctioned by the Olympics. The second leg of this competition was held in Watertown, NY. The event will be aired on the Outdoor Life Network December nationwide. There were representatives from 16 countries present.
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Freestyle Kayak #1
By: Pat Trudell

The First Annual 2006 World Cup Freestyle Kayak Competition being sanctioned by the Olympics. The second leg of this competition was held in Watertown, NY. The event will be aired on the Outdoor Life Network December nationwide. There were representatives from 16 countries present.
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American Pride 1
By: Pat Trudell

Flag blowing at sunset illuminated. Very appealing.
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Growing American Pride
By: Pat Trudell

Bottomless Flower Bed with view of flag through it.
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Fisherman
By: Pat Trudell

Man fishing in Watertown, NY in the Black River.
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Walsh's Pub
By: Pat Trudell

Shot inside put in Brownville, NY. Black and White.
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Meet and Greet the Drivers
By: Pat Trudell

All the cars were brought onto the track. The people were let onto the track to meet the race car drivers and get autographs. Great for morale! My son went around and had every one of them sign his t-shirt!
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Methodist Episcopal Church Bell
By: Pat Trudell

Bell located in front of an old church in the Village of Theresa.
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Future Pilot
By: Jay St. Croix

Military Pilot takes time to show toddler the helicopter that was brought in for this yellow ribbon event.
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Community Support Banner
By: Ron spooner

Large banner signed by community to be sent to deployed soldiers
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A Note to a Soldier
By: Ron Spooner

A ten year old signs a banner.
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Climb to Glory
By: melissa klotz

Climb to glory monument
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FtDrum Exit
By: melissa klotz

New Fort drum exit sign
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Billboard Support
By: Ron Spooner

Support billboard on Interstate 81 designed by submitter and donated by DealMaker auto Group.
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Support on a Wintery Night
By: Ron Spooner

Another sign of support that joins the many seen in the area.
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Uncle Samski
By: Ron Spooner

"Uncle Sam" raising the bar on patriotism
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Yellow Ribbon Crowd
By: Ron Spooner

The sell out crowd at the Yellow Ribbon Keith Urban concert
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Keith Urban
By: Ron Spooner

Keith Urban concert a Yellow Ribbon event
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Mom & Kid
By: Ron Spooner

Family Day following the Yellow Ribbon keith Urban concert
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love my daddy
By: Steve Wolfe

Our poodle Bailey wearing our new baby's bib.
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Takin' a tour
By: Amy Berard

Derick Berard showing young friend from Germany the sites.
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Housing In Monument Ridge
By: melissa klotz

View of housing area from the back of our patio
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Playground
By: melissa klotz

The view off of our back patio in housing
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My Soldier & Flag
By: melissa klotz

My husband standing under the American flag in front of our house
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winter at drum
By: melissa klotz

snow fall
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American flag with Army streamer
By: melissa klotz

My flag hanging outside of my house on general brown loop
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Snow Soldier
By: melissa klotz

SnowSoldier
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Corporate Support Of Spouses
By: Kathleen Mastellon

Soldier husbands of four of the Key Bank tellers in this branch were deployed. Each ribbon represented a soldier and his family. The joy for me has been seeing them come home safely and the ribbons come down - one by one!
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