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    People celebrate on Saturday during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the dedication of Langlais Park in Skowhegan.

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    People gather at the new Bernard Langlais Park on Saturday during a ceremony dedicating the new Skowhegan park, the centerpiece of which is the 1969 Bernard Langlais Indian sculpture.

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    Steve Dionne grips a pair of giant novelty scissors after cutting the red ceremonial ribbon Saturday during a ceremony held to dedicate the new Langlais Park in Skowhegan.

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    The iconic Indian sculpture created by noted local artist Bernard Langlais stands tall during a dedication ceremony Saturday for Langlais Park, which was built recently around the sculpture in Skowhegan.

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    Dugan Murphy, executive director of Main Street Skowhegan, sets up ribbon Saturday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the dedication of the new Langlais Park in Skowhegan.

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    Dugan Murphy, left foreground, introduces James Langlais, younger brother of artist Bernard Langlais, on Saturday during a ceremony held to dedicate Langlais Park in Skowhegan. Bernard Langlais created the giant Indian sculpture that stands in the park.

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