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    GALLERY: Sun, snow draw Waterville community to Quarry Road Trails - Morning Sentinel photo by Meg Robbins | of | Share this photo

    A team of children from Winslow, Fairfield and Oakland mold a snowbank into a snow lizard Saturday afternoon at the Quarry Road Trails in Waterville. From left are Sydney Poulin, 3, Leah Mahar, 8, Ruth Mahar, 10, Leighton Bradford, 11, and Pagean Depalmayahn, 8.

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    Sydney Poulin, 3, of Winslow, makes a snow painting with her grandmother Mary Madone on Saturday afternoon at Winter Fun Day at the Quarry Road Trails in Waterville.

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    Pagean Depalmayahn, 8, of Oakland, uses a hand rake Saturday to slim down the sides of a snow lizard sculpture at the Quarry Road Trails in Waterville.

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    Michael Carr, left, and daughter Kiara Carr, of Fairfield, take their first steps in snowshoes Saturday morning at Quarry Road Trails in Waterville.

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    Matt Skehan, director of parks and recreation for the city of Waterville, enjoys the sun Saturday outside the Welcome Center yurt at the Quarry Road Trails in Waterville. Skehan helped organize Winter Fun Day at the 200-acre property, as did a number of local organizations.

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    Madison's Cathy Thompson, right, shows off a scale-model drawing of the cat sculpture she is crafting. Breanna Kanagy, 17, also of Madison, uses a shingle shaver to shape the cat in the background. The two women demonstrated the art of snow sculpting at Saturday's Winter Fun Day at the Quarry Road Trails in Waterville.

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