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    Gallery: Vassalboro, China want to help elderly get around better - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Gary Higginson, of South Gardiner, boards his KVCAP bus at the Save-A-Lot in Waterville bound for Augusta where he will make a bus change and continue home to South Gardiner on Friday.

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    Gary Higginson, back center, smiles as he recognizes the driver of the KVCAP bus bound for Augusta from the Family Dollar in Waterville on Friday.

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    Vassalboro Town Manager Mary Sabins discusses subsidized transportation for seniors and other residents that is being considered by the town on Wednesday.

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    Betty and Donald O'Keefe speak inside their home in Vassalboro and say that if they can not arrange transportation from their children they would utilize the transportation for seniors and other residents that is being considered by the town.

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    Gary Higginson, of South Gardiner, takes his seat aboard a KVCAP bus at the Family Dollar in Waterville bound for Augusta where he will make a bus change and continue home to South Gardiner on Friday. Higginson commented, "I like Waterville. It's a happening little town. And I couldn't get here if it wasn't for KVCAp and the $3.50 fare."

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