Children, right, wave to those on a float and encourage them to throw candy Saturday, July 15, during the Old Hallowell Day parade. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Cellist Diana Estes, center, and violinist Amelie Hahn play fiddle music and classical pieces such as Bach while Central Maine Garden Club members and others sit in the shade Tuesday during the club’s big event at the Redington Museum at 62 Silver St. in Waterville. During the event, people were offered refreshments and tours of the gardens that were prepared by the club. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

Rear Adm. Mike Brown, left, salutes Tuesday as the Last Post is played by a lone bugler in the distance during Ensign Stanley Willis Allen’s burial at the Maine Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery in Augusta. Allen, 25, who was born in Bethel and lived in Brunswick, was killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec. 7, 1941. Ashley Allen/Kennebec Journal

Mary Brandes blasts a ball out of a bunker during the second round of the Maine Women’s Amateur on Tuesday at Brunswick Golf Club. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Shivani Schmulen snacks on a sandwich after teeing off on No. 1 to start her back nine after her group played holes 10-18 during the first round of the Maine Women’s Amateur on Monday, July 17, at the Brunswick Golf Club. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

A 10-week-old goat from Eliza-Rek Farm in Chelsea eats on some hay at the Pittston Fair on Sunday, July 16. Ashley Allen/Kennebec Journal

Film fans arrive Sunday, July 16, for the final day of the Maine International Film Festival at the Maine Film Center, based at the Paul J. Schupf Art Center in downtown Waterville. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

Chuck Noyes, far right, owner of Noyes Family Farm, sits on a tractor wheel Wednesday and listens to farmers speak in opposition to a proposed transmission corridor during a protest on Main Street in Albion. The corridor would be some 150 miles long, cutting across land in Albion and other local communities, carrying energy generated by wind power in northern Maine. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel

Hydroplane racer Jay Gicnac (5-A) competes Saturday, July 15, in the hydroplane races organized by South Shore Outboard Association and sanctioned by the American Power Boat Association on the Kennebec River in Fairfield. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel


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