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Your pictures published monthly

The Post-Bulletin is looking to feature photos from our readers on a monthly basis.

Next up will be graduation photos to be published in early July.

Photographs of any graduation festivity are welcome — the commencement ceremony, the party, groups of friends.

Send high resolution or large digital files to images@postbulletin.com.

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To be considered for publication, the school and everyone included in the picture must be named.

Photos also will appear online at Postbulletin.com.

Questions? Call photo editor Germaine Langer Neumann at 285-7708, or e-mail questions to images@postbulletin.com.

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Concert series kicks off Thursday

The 2009 Oasis Courtyard Concert Series begins is 23rd season Thursday. There are six concerts held every other Thursday, from noon to 1 p.m., in the courtyard of Calvary Episcopal Church.

The schedule:

• Thursday — Annie Lawler with Wheel House

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• June 25 — Elvis tribute artist, Brad Boice

• July 9 — Rochester Pipes and Drums

• July 23 — The Lost Faculties

• Aug. 6 — After School Special

• Aug. 20 — Peter Solo & the D’sievers

The church is at Second Street and Third Avenue Southwest.

Concerts are free.

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Freedom Day Cookout is June 20

Rochester Juneteenth Celebration, Inc., will host the 4th annual Freedom Day Cookout from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on June 20 at East Park in Rochester. There will be food, music and entertainment.

The picnic is free.

The park is at 1738 E. Center St., across from the Federal Medical Center.

For more information, or to volunteer, call Jeremy Felder at (507) 358-5158, or Frederick Douglas at (507) 990-4643.

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