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    A group of hikers stop along the Rotary Centennial trail beside the Kennebec River in Benton on Monday. Irish setter Keeli stands on the Waterville Rotary Club stone marker.

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    The Rotary Centennial Trail kiosk is along the trail beside the Kennebec River on Monday. Hiker Gale Bacheller , left, carries out some litter she found along the trail.

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    These hikers regularly use the Rotary Centennial Trail, part of the Kennebec-Messalonskee Trail system in Benton on Monday. From left are Larry Genest, Ernie Baker, Bob Morrissette and Donna Genest.

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    Tina Wentzel, left, and Judy McCaslin stop along the Rotary Centennial Trail in Benton to chat on Monday. Trail users say the walking trail is great for exercise and socializing for people of all ages.

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    Tina Richard stands on a granite abutment overlooking the Kennebec River along the Rotary Centennial Trail on Monday. The Huhtamaki mill is in background.

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