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    GALLERY: Farmington Earth Day plans - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    A stuffed toy sits on a bench at Meetinghouse Park in Farmington. The park is one of six that will be cleaned up as part of Friday's Field Day activities.

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    An Earth Day banner flies in front of the Pierce House on Main Street in Farmington, where residents will gather for a downtown cleanup on Friday.

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    Paityn Dusoe, 6, and her sister Macaenzie Hellgren, 11, both of Temple, draw with chalk at the playground at Hippach Field in Farmington Tuesday. The playground and field will be part of the town Parks and Recreation Department's cleanup effort on Earth Day Friday.

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    The pool at Hippach Field in Farmington on Tuesday waits for summer. The field is one of six parks in town that will be cleaned up on Earth Day Friday.

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    Tennis players prepare to play on courts at Hippach Field in Farmington on Tuesday. It's one of six town parks the Farmington Parks and Recreation Department is seeking volunteers to help clean up as part of the Adopt-a-Park program on Earth Day Friday.

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    A downtown Farmington cleanup is planned for Friday as part of the town's Earth Day activities.

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