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    Gallery: Colby students - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Colby students Moeketsi Justice Mokobocho, left, and Matt Reasor, right, stand for a picture in front of the new Colby College dormitory on Main Street in downtown Waterville on Friday.

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    Colby College junior Matt Reasor, left, and senior Moeketsi Justice Mokobocho are community advisors who live in the Bill and Joan Alfond Main Street Commons in downtown Waterville. Both have been involved in the Waterville area community and will continue to be as they advise others on choices they will make to become involved.

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    Colby students Moeketsi Justice Mokobocho, left, and Matt Reasor, right, stand for a picture in front of the new Colby College dormitory on Main Street in downtown Waterville on Friday.

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    Colby College senior Moeketsi Justice Mokobocho and junior Matt Reasor are community advisors who live in the Bill and Joan Alfond Main Street Commons in downtown Waterville. Both have been involved in the Waterville area community and will continue to be as they advise others on choices they will make to become involved.

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    Colby College junior Matt Reasor, left, and senior Moeketsi Justice Mokobocho are community advisors who live in the Bill and Joan Alfond Main Street Commons in downtown Waterville. Both have been involved in the Waterville area community and will continue to be as they advise others on choices they will make to become involved.

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    The Chace Community Forum in the Bill and Joan Alfond Main Street Commons in downtown Waterville will become the new setting for Waterville City Council meetings and other municipal meetings since the City Council voted 6-0 to hold meetings there.

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    Colby's Dean of the College Karlene Burrell-McRae, left, and Denise Bruesewitz, assistant professor of environmental studies and head faculty in residence, right, at the Bill and Joan Alfond Main Street Commons in downtown Waterville, discuss the Program for Engagement and Community Partnerships in which students will work with municipal departments and nonprofit organizations not only to learn and contribute, but also to help solve challenges and problems in the community.

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