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Captured sights around the community

By Staff | Mar 11, 2011
(Chronicle photo by Jim Whipple) Hannah Beahm stands by trash collected along the C&O canal path. Thirty people took part the C&O Canal clean up Saturday, March 5, and picked up nearly 45 bags of trash as well as old TVs, tires and two couches. Eddie Sampson, owner of Shepherdstown Pedal & Paddle, who organized the cleanup said, ‘The clean up this year netted more trash then usual.’
(Ogden Newspapers photo by Eric Jones) Harlem Globetrotters Firefly Fisher, top, dunks with the help of Hammer Harrison Tuesday night at the Butcher Center in Shepherdstown.
(Submitted photos by Amy Childers) On Tuesday, March 1, the Stone Soup Bistro hosted a fundraiser for the Ellsworth family to purchase medical equipment for their son, Mason, in which original paintings of his were sold. Eight of 12 originals were sold and most limited edition prints were sold. Enough money was raised to be able to purchase the necessary equipment to begin the next phase of Mason's therapy. The show at Stone Soup will hang through April 5.
Mason is shown above smiling at his event in Shepherdstown.

Photos from events in the Eastern Panhandle.