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    U.S. Sen. Susan Collins greets Jackman residents at Schmoose's Bar and Grill in Jackman on Thursday. From left are Jeff Desjardins, Glenn and Denise Levesque and town administrative secretary Heidi Dionne. Selectman Alan Duplessis is at right. Collins came to show her support for the residents whose town received negative publicity after the former town manager publicly expressed his racist views.

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    U.S. Sen. Susan Collins was warmly welcomed by Jackman residents when she stopped at Schmoose's Bar and Grill in Jackman filled with town residents on Thursday. Collins came to show her support for the residents whose town received negative publicity after the former town manager publicly expressed his racist views.

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    U.S. Sen. Susan Collins addressed the media following a lunch with Jackman residents at Schmoose's Bar and Grill in Jackman on Thursday. Collins came to show her support for the residents whose town received negative publicity after the former town manager publicly expressed his racist views.

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    U.S. Sen. Susan Collins greets Forest Hills Consolidated School students when she stopped at Schmoose's Bar and Grill in Jackman on Thursday. From left are Alexandra Lessard, Demitria Giroux and Carson Veilleux, who were chosen to represent the school for the event. Collins came to show her support for the residents whose town received negative publicity after the former town manager publicly expressed his racist views.

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    U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, was warmly welcomed when she stopped at Schmoose's Bar and Grill in Jackman on Thursday. Collins came to show her support for the residents whose town received negative publicity after the former town manager publicly expressed his racist views.

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    U.S. Sen. Susan Collins shakes hands with Mike Smith, right, a U.S. Border Patrol officer, when she stopped at Schmoose's Bar and Grill in Jackman on Thursday. Ed Cuddy, left, of Customs Border Protection and officer Dennis Harmon also greeted the senator. Collins came to show her support for the residents whose town received negative publicity after the former town manager publicly expressed his racist views.

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    U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, right, hugs Marie Harnois of Passamaquoddy Maple after she gave the senator a box of maple syrup when she stopped at Schmoose's Bar and Grill in Jackman on Thursday. Joseph Socobasin is at left. Collins came to show her support for the residents whose town received negative publicity after the former town manager publicly expressed his racist views.

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    Gallery: Sen. Collins meets with Jackman residents - Staff photo by Emily Higginbotham | of | Share this photo

    Sen. Susan Collins told townspeople in Jackman on Thursday that they did the "right thing" when the Board of Selectmen fired Town Manager Tom Kawczynski after his ties to a racist organization were revealed last month.

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