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    Motorcyclists’ ride fills needs at Maine Children’s Home - Morning Sentinel photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Eric "Zu" Smith, president of the Mountain Chapter in Rangeley, pulls out a teddy bear intended to be delivered to the Maine Children's Home in Waterville on Saturday.

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    Doug Brockway, a member of the Newport chapter Band of Brothers, delivers diapers to the Maine Children's Home in Waterville on Saturday.

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    Rob Golgano is reflected in the chrome of a custom chopper of a fellow rider in Waterville on Saturday.

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    Jacob Bryant fixes his custom made chopper in the parking lot at JFK Plaza in Waterville on Saturday. Bryant was one of many riders participating in a goods and fundraising drive for the Maine Children's Home in Waterville.

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    Gerald "Moxie" Knight, of Lincolnville, delivers gift certificates to the Maine Children's Home in Waterville on Saturday.

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    Natacha Valley and Keegan Drake hold their 3-month-old son, Caylum, during at Saturday's fundraiser for the Sharon Abram Teen Parent School Program in Waterville.

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    Howard "Chopstix" Samiya, left, hits Doug Brockway with a pie Saturday at the ride and fundraiser to support the Sharon Abram Teen Parent School Program at the Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers in Waterville.

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    Carrie Merrow, left, feels thankful that the teen parent program exists to support her daughter, Megan, right, as she completes school work while working through pregnancy.

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