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    GALLERY: Randolph Flags - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    This bundle of 20 American flags, photographed Friday, had to be taken down from utility poles in Randolph.

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    Standing behind a bundle of 20 American flags that had to be removed from Randolph utility poles, Jim Kimball talks about the summer flag program on Friday in Randolph.

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    Randolph firefighters pose Friday with the flags that had to be removed in Randolph for insurance reasons. From left are Tom Duquette, Jim Kimball, Brian Colson, Lisa Kimball, Joe Stangel, Adam Myers and Nicholas Kimball.

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    This bracket hanging on a Water Street utility pole in Randolph used to have a flag in it but didn't on Friday because of an insurance kerfuffle.

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    This bracket hanging on a Water Street utility pole in Randolph used to have a flag in it but didn't on Friday because of an insurance kerfuffle.

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    The sign at Randolph Hardware, next to fire house, advertises the town's flag fund on Friday in Randolph.

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    Nicholas Kimball straightens out the American flag on Friday at the fire house in Randolph. It's the same style as the ones that used to be on display on utility poles in town.

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