An umbrella covers just enough of a man to keep his head dry Friday, April 30, as rain falls on Main Street in downtown Waterville. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel Buy this Photo

Gary Bowman, Oakland town manager, leads residents in the Pledge of Allegiance during Tuesday’s annual Town Meeting at the performing arts center at Messalonskee High School. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel Buy this Photo

Stan Theriault forages for fiddleheads Monday, May 3, along the Kennebec River trail in Waterville. Fiddleheads are a traditional springtime delicacy in New England that can be cleaned, boiled and served in a variety of ways. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel Buy this Photo

Retired Maine State Police Cpl. Diane Perkins-Vance, center, hugs Belgrade Fire Capt. Kate Damren outside the William “Bill” Pulsifer Fire Station on Friday, April 20, in Belgrade Lakes. She is holding the plaque that Belgrade Fire and Rescue Association presented to her thanking her for over 25 years of service as a trooper. There were signs at businesses in the village congratulating her on retiring and thanking her for her service. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal Buy this Photo

Maranacook second baseman Brayden St. Pierre, left, stands on the bag, waiting for ball relayed by shortstop Wyatt Lambert, who just made diving stop, in time to force out Hall-Dale’s Max Byron on Thursday during a baseball game in Farmingdale. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal Buy this Photo

Maranacook Community High School’s Wyatt Lambert dives for a drive at short during a baseball game against Monmouth Academy on Monday, May 3, in Readfield. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal Buy this Photo

Marcia and Rocky Buck share a moment with Mike McGee during the field dedication in Buck’s name at the Richard McGee PAL Complex on Saturday, May 1, in Fairfield. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel Buy this Photo

Jonah Schultz, 10, laughs Sunday, May 2, after his brother, Noah, 11, wrapped the ball around the pole during a game in the yard of their Monmouth home. Jonah said tetherball helps with hand-eye coordination for baseball. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal Buy this Photo

A spotlight follows Bri Harriman as she sings “Don’t Rain on My Parade” from “Funny Girl” while walking Saturday, May 1, from the back of auditorium to the stage during the Chizzle Wizzle recording session at Cony High School in Augusta. The other performers were the only people in the audience. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal Buy this Photo

Chris Howard mulches lupines, daffodils and tulips growing at the entrance of her Monmouth home on Sunday, May 2. After getting the flowers going, Howard planned to help her grandfather, Everett Palleschi, 90, plant the garden. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal Buy this Photo

Coast Guardsmen Tiffany Hughes and Francis Ferster secure buoys Thursday in a trailer before returning to the Aids to Navigation station in Portland. The Coast Guard deploys dozens of the markers in tidal waterways across Maine each spring, they explained, before recovering most in the late fall. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal Buy this Photo

Christina Dorman, a STEM librarian at the Maine State Library, browses the fiction section Tuesday at the Waterville Public Library on Star Wars Day. The date originated from the pun “May the Fourth be with you,” a variant of the popular Star Wars catchphrase, “May the Force be with you.” Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel Buy this Photo

 

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