Seth Bradstreet III, 62, peers out the window of The Farmer’s Table Restaurant in Corinna on Tuesday morning. Bradstreet, who played on the 1977 Nokomis Regional High boys basketball team, proudly displays signs in support of the Warriors. Bradstreet’s grandchildren Abbie, 12, and Brady, 9, created the signs hanging in the window. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

The Rev. Kerry R. Mansir smudges Bill Moulton with ashes in the shape of cross Wednesday during Ash Wednesday services at Christ Church on the Common, the Episcopal church in Gardiner. Mansir encouraged congregants to reflect on themselves, despite the proliferation of social media. “Look inward — even when it means noticing where we have fallen short,” she said during her Ash Wednesday sermon, the Christian celebration marking the start of Lent. “Paying less attention to how we present ourselves to others and more attention to how we actually treat others.” Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal

Snow that fell during the night clings Thursday to tree branches as a pedestrian walks past the Blaine House, home to the governor, in Augusta. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Donna Messier of Waterville, left, holds an anti-war sign while standing with retired Colby College history professor Elizabeth Leonard who is also holding sign at the right on Kennedy Memorial Drive next to the CVS pharmacy in Waterville on Wednesday. The pair were protesting the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

Kevin Gay rolls a slab of pine on a saw mill Tuesday at his family’s farm on the Manchester-West Gardiner line. Gay’s family has been cultivating and harvesting trees at the farm since 1814, he said. The boards are for an addition at Gay’s home. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal

Volunteers Kathy McKay, right, and Stephanie Kierstead spread mayonnaise while making sandwiches for delivery to Waterville teachers that are working on the front lines during the pandemic. Eight volunteers prepared the sandwiches before bagging them with other lunch snacks while working in the basement of the Universalist Unitarian Church in Waterville on Wednesday. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

Nokomis’ Hunter Flagg (23) and Dawson Townsend cut the net from the rim after defeating Brewer in the Class A North boys basketball final Saturday, Feb. 26, at the Augusta Civic Center. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

It was a full house for the Gardiner at Messalonskee boys hockey Class B North quarterfinal game Wednesday at The Camden National Bank Ice Vault in Hallowell, seen at top. A year earlier, at bottom, Brunswick athletic director Jeff Ramich was only person sitting in the stand during a game Feb. 20, 2021, because of coronavirus pandemic crowd restrictions then in effect. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Members of the Forest Hills, left, and Seacoast Christian girls basketball teams form a post-game prayer circle after the Class D South championship game Saturday, Feb. 26, at the Augusta Civic Center. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Hall-Dale junior guard Amanda Trepanier, right, celebrates a basket with teammates late in the fourth quarter of the Class C South championship game against North Yarmouth Academy on Saturday, Feb. 26, at the Augusta Civic Center. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Forest Hills’ Cody Oliver celebrates as the last second ticks off the clock after beating Valley during the Class D South boys basketball championship game Saturday, Feb. 26, at the Augusta Civic Center. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

 

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