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    Erin Bellaire photographs her husband, Mark, and son Jacob, 8, in front of the family Christmas tree before cutting it down Saturday at Trees to Please in Norridgewock.

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    Jacob Bellaire, 8, pelts his father, Mark, with a snowball while hunting for the family Christmas tree Saturday at Trees to Please in Norridgewock.

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    Mark Bellaire, of Clinton, inspects a balsam fir for suitability as his family’s Christmas tree Saturday at Trees to Please in Norridgewock.

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    Jared Waraskevich loads a balsam fir onto a waiting four-wheeler as Mark Bellaire, right, watches on Saturday at Trees to Please in Norridgewock. The Bellaire family, of Clinton, visits a different tree farm each year in pursuit of the perfect family tree.

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    Jacob Bellaire, 8, of Clinton, pokes his head through a cut-out hole on a painted wooden Christmas tree Saturday at Trees to Please in Norridgewock.

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