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    Tim Clifton, a 49-year-old veteran of the U.S. Air Force, plays bocce during a VAST gathering Oct. 7.

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    Karl Smith practices archery with Veterans Adaptive Sports Training on Oct. 14. VAST program director Kristina Sabasteanski helps Karl retrieve his arrows from the target.

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    Kristina Sabasteanski, right, the director of Veterans Adaptive Sports Training, helps Larry Giddings, an 86-year-old veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, after exiting a corn maze Oct. 7 at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester.

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    Karl Smith practices archery with Veterans Adaptive Sports Training on Oct. 14 at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester. VAST program director Kristina Sabasteanski talks with Karl at the archery range.

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    Karl Smith practices archery with Veterans Adaptive Sports Training on Oct. 14. VAST program director Kristina Sabasteanski helps Karl retrieve his arrows from the target.

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    Kristina Sabasteanski, right, the director of Veterans Adaptive Sports Training, helps Larry Giddings, an 86-year-old veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, through a corn maze Oct. 7 at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester.

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    Karl Smith practices archery with Veterans Adaptive Sports Training on Oct. 14.

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    Karl Smith practices archery with Veterans Adaptive Sports Training on Oct. 14.

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    Karl Smith practices archery with Veterans Adaptive Sports Training on Oct. 14.

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    Karl Smith shows his Army patch after someone joked that it is no wonder he is so good at archery, because he is a member of the “Robinhoods.”

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    Kristina Sabasteanski, left, the director of VAST, takes a photo of Jason Crommie, a 77-year-old veteran of the U.S. Navy, in a corn maze Oct. 7 at Pineland Farms.

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    Kristina Sabasteanski, director of Veterans Adaptive Sports Training, takes a group photo of VAST participants at Pineland Farms on Oct. 7.

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