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    Gallery: Colby, Alfond Foundation partner for Waterville downtown boost - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    David Greene, president of Colby College, smiles Tuesday as he puts a $20 million check into his suit pocket before addressing those gathered at the Harvest on the Square on Common Street in downtown Waterville.

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    Shannon Haines, president and CEO of Waterville Creates!, speaks on Tuesday during the Harvest on the Square on Common Street in downtown Waterville.

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    Greg Powell, chairman of the Harold Alfond Foundation, right, hugs David Greene, president of Colby College, after presenting Greene with a $20 million check Tuesday at the Harvest on the Square on Common Street in downtown Waterville.

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    Former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell speaks with people Tuesday during the Harvest on the Square on Common Street in downtown Waterville.

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    Phil Bofia, left, and Erica Beaster, left center, speak with Dale Foster as historical images flash on a large flat screen in the background Tuesday during Harvest on the Square on Common Street in downtown Waterville. Colby College and the Harold Alfond Foundation matched donations for a total of $20 million for downtown investments.

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    Former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell speaks with people Tuesday during the Harvest on the Square on Common Street in downtown Waterville.

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    Shannon Haines, president and CEO of Waterville Creates!, greets former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell, center, and Greg Powell, chairman of the Harold Alfond Foundation, during the Harvest on the Square event Tuesday on Common Street in downtown Waterville.

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    Shannon Haines, president and CEO of Waterville Creates!, speaks to a packed house Tuesday during the Harvest on the Square on Common Street in downtown Waterville.

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    Former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell, left, speaks with Greg Powell, chairman of the Harold Alfond Foundation, during the Harvest on the Square event Tuesday on Common Street in downtown Waterville.

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    Gallery: Colby, Alfond Foundation partner for Waterville downtown boost - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell speaks with Greg Powell, chairman of the Harold Alfond Foundation, during the Harvest on the Square event Tuesday on Common Street in downtown Waterville on Tuesday.

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