WATERTOWN, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- The Watertown Police Foundation plans to sell a 2014 calendar that includes photos of the April 19 search for accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The foundation announced via press release that the calendar was created to "salute the valor of the Watertown Police in dealing with those events – and to commit for posterity some of the most memorable images that were captured at the time."
All of the funds from the calendars will go to the foundation. The foundation says they used nearly $100,000 raised through the sale of "Watertown Strong" police t-shirts for projects at the Watertown Boys and Girls Club and the Middle School chorus, as well as to buy new flags for the Watertown Police Honor Guard.
Watertown residents can submit their photos of the search to be used in the calendar.
To learn more or to submit photos, visit: www.watertownpolicefoundation.org
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Watertown Police Foundation plans calendar of April 19 manhunt photos
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