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A Week in Pictures

By Kari Curtis | May 02, 2013
Photo by: Thea Monje Check out this life-sized elephant made by Block Island High School senior Maddy Tretheway for her senior project. It is made out of drift wood found on the beach after super storm Sandy. It can be seen on the lawn in front of the school, and we think it is just amazing! Great job Maddy!!

Where else can you see big metal birds, wooden elephants, red Hurricanes, spring calves, history passing before your eyes and young people shaping their future? Right here on Block Island!

A Coast Guard Jayhawk helicopter made an unexpected landing at the Block Island Airport after a bird hit the rotor. The crew was performing a training mission over Block Island Sound when the mishap occurred. (Photo by: Kari Curtis)
Jaixen Hall with his Senior Project on Collecting Sports Memorabilia. (Photo by: Kari Curtis)
Tom Conant with his Senior Project on Wind Energy. (Photo by: Kari Curtis)
Another Community Work Day was held on Saturday, April 27 along Crescent Beach to install protective snow fencing. (Photo by: Bill Penn)
The building that sits on the now-preserved Solviken lot was torn down on on Monday, April 29. The Land Trust and Block Island Conservancy bought the property in 2012 and the future of the property is still in the works. (Photo by: Kari Curtis)
The building that sits on the now-preserved Solviken lot was torn down on on Monday, April 29. The Land Trust and Block Island Conservancy bought the property in 2012 and the future of the property is still in the works. (Photo by: Kari Curtis)
Grace O'Neill with her Senior Project on Print vs. Digital Magazines. (Photo by: Kari Curtis)
Alexandra Littlefield with her Senior Project on Sports Injury Prevention. (Photo by: Kari Curtis)
Alexandra Brady with her Senior Project on Music Recording. (Photo by: Kari Curtis)
The Varsity Hurricanes had their first home game at Heinz Field on Saturday, April 27. (Photo by: Kari Curtis)
(Photo by: Kari Curtis)
Home team dugout. (Photo by: Kari Curtis)
(Photo by: Kari Curtis)
(Photo by: Kari Curtis)
A new heffer calf born at Sprague Farm on Thursday, May 2, the fourth calf born this week! (Photo by: Kari Curtis)
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