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    GALLERY: Pattee’s Pond boat parade draws large crowd for Fourth of July celebration - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Boaters recite the Pledge of Allegiance while gathering Saturday for the start of the annual Fourth of July boat parade at Pattee Pond in Winslow. Longtime parade organize Earlene Margetts led the pledge. Boaters in 21 watercraft circled the pond and waived to campers during the parade.

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    Participants in the annual Pattee Pond Fourth of July boat parade cut through the water in Winslow. Participants in 21 boats circled the pond Saturday, waiving to campers and spectators.

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    Jocelyn Hunter, 7, splashes in Pattee Pond before the start of Saturday's annual boat parade in Winslow. Hunter and friends enjoyed the water while visiting family at the pond.

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    Lydia Taylor, 6, wears a stars and stripes headband Saturday before the start of the annual boat parade at Pattee Pond in Winslow. Taylor and friends enjoyed the water while visiting family at the pond.

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    Tessa Dutil, 6, leaps into Pattee Pond before the start of Saturday's annual boat parade around the pond in Winslow. The girls and friends enjoyed the water while visiting family at the pond.

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    Jim Margetts leads the annual Fourth of July boat parade at Pattee Pond in Winslow on Saturday. Margett's wife, Earlene, founded the event 20 years ago.

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    Anne Smith paddles her kayak Saturday while participating in the annual Pattee Pond Fourth of July boat parade in Winslow. Participants in 21 boats circled the pond and waived to camp owners.

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    Earlene Margetts holds granddaughter Eloise, 5 months, Saturday aboard the pontoon boat she decorated for the annual boat parade on Pattee Pond in Winslow. Margetts, who has a cabin at the pond, founded the event two decades ago.

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    Campers waive sparklers and take photos Saturday while waiving to boaters during the annual Pattee Pond Fourth of July boat parade in Winslow. Participants in 21 boats circled the pond and waived to spectators and summer camp owners.

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    Earlene Margetts raises the flag on her boat Saturday before leading the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of the annual boat parade at Pattee Pond in Winslow. Margetts, who has a cabin at the pond, founded the event 20 years ago.

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    Campers dance and waive to boaters Saturday during the annual Pattee Pond Fourth of July boat parade in Winslow. Participants in 21 boats circled the pond and waived to residents of the summer camps during the parade.

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    Young swimmers, from left, Lydia Taylor, 6, Jocelyn Hunt, 7, and Tessa Dutil, 6, are lined up Saturday by Anne Smith before they play kazoos and jump into Pattee Pond. Smith, who has a camp at the pond, led the girls in games at the Winslow pond. Despite many Fourth of July event cancellations, organizers went through with the annual boat parade at Pattee Pond.

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