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    U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud, right, speaks with Aaron Brooker, of Augusta, on Saturday during the 17th Maine Homeless Veterans Stand Down at the Togus veterans’ hospital. Veterans from across Maine attended the event to receive medical attention, get access to housing and employment and clothing at the federal hospital for veterans. Brooker, who volunteered to help fellow veterans, attended previous Stand Downs when he was homeless.

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    Veterans register Saturday for the 17th Maine Homeless Veterans Stand Down at the Togus veterans’ hospital. Veterans from across Maine attended the event to receive medical attention, access to housing and employment and clothing at the federal hospital for veterans.

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    Veterans line up Saturday to receive medical care during the 17th Homeless Veterans Stand Down at the Togus veterans’ hospital. Veterans from across Maine attended the event to receive medical attention, access to housing and employment and clothing at the federal hospital for veterans. Toppi said he is homeless.

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    Charles Soule, of Lewiston, receives an eye examination Saturday from optometry intern Emily Schwartz during the 17th Maine Homeless Veterans Stand Down at the Togus veterans’ hospital. Veterans from across Maine attended the event to receive medical attention, access to housing and employment and clothing at the federal hospital for veterans. Soule said he lives in transitional housing.

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    Murray Decker, of Saco, speaks on Saturday with Maine Department of Labor CareerCenter employee Auta Main during the 17th Maine Homeless Veterans Stand Down at the Togus veterans’ hospital. Veterans from across Maine attended the event to receive medical attention, access to housing and employment and clothing at the federal hospital for veterans. Decker said he lives in transitional housing and is eager to find work.

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    Dentist Ryan Harrington examines Geno Toppi, of Augusta, on Saturday during the 17th Maine Homeless Veterans Stand Down at the Togus veterans’ hospital. Veterans from across Maine attended the event to receive medical attention, access to housing and employment and clothing at the federal hospital for veterans. Toppi said he is homeless.

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