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    Julie Meagher hangs ups a red, white and blue ribbon as she and other Kennebec Valley Garden Club members put up military-themed Christmas decorations Thursday at the Blaine House in Augusta.

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    Kennebec Valley Garden Club members decorate the Blaine House on Thursday in Augusta.

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    From left, Kennebec Valley Garden Club Vice President Debbie Sherman and members Karen Foster and Jean Matheson decorate the front stairway at the Blaine House on Thursday in Augusta. This year's decorations have a military theme, and those in the entryway and up the stairs are to honor Gold Star families. For many years the club has done the Christmas decorations at the governor's mansion. This year's theme, at request of Maine first lady Ann LePage, is a "Holiday Tribute to Our Armed Forces," according to a news release from the club. The club is "honored and anxious to be a part of expressing respect and honor to our brave men and women in service to our country," according to the release.

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    A Kennebec Valley Garden Club member puts a candy cane with a figurine on the billiards table Thursday at the Blaine House in Augusta.

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    Kennebec Valley Garden Club members, from left, Deb Cairns, Penny Pray and Wanda Hendrickson set up trees and figurines Thursday on the billiards table at the Blaine House in Augusta. Cairns and Hendrickson are co-chairwomen of the decorating project.

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