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    A 50 foot long king cobra kite is flown Sunday by Nancy Ames of Canaan during the Somerset Snowfest kite festival at Lake George Regional Park East in Canaan. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

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    A 20 foot long octopus kite takes flight as Sam Voter, center, releases the kite Sunday during the Somerset Snowfest kite festival at Lake George Regional Park East in Canaan. Voter, a member of the Skowhegan Area High School's National Honor Society, and five others from the school's NHS, teamed up to fly the giant kite. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

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    A kite lands on the head of Jake Miller, one, Sunday as he and his family of Athens, Maine took part in the Somerset Snowfest kite festival at Lake George Regional Park East in Canaan. The boy and his mother Carrie Miller were flying the multi colored kite after pulling their sled across the lake. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

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    Kites take flight Sunday over Lake George during the Somerset Snowfest kite festival at Lake George Regional Park East in Canaan. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

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    A 20 foot long octopus kite is spread on the snow Sunday before being flown by students from Skowhegan Area High School's National Honor Society during the Somerset Snowfest kite festival at Lake George Regional Park East in Canaan. Six members of the group flew the giant kite. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

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    Isis Charlton, eight of Palmyra, runs Sunday across Lake George while flying her Little Pony kite during the Somerset Snowfest kite festival at Lake George Regional Park East in Canaan. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

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    A 20 foot long octopus kite is uncoiled before being flown Sunday during the Somerset Snowfest kite festival at Lake George Regional Park East in Canaan. Six member of the Skowhegan Area High School's National Honor Society teamed up to fly the giant kite. National Honor Society members pictured from left include Miles Lambke, Cameron Smart and Sam Voter. Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel

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    Jake Miller, 1, of Athens holds the string to his kite Sunday before flying it with his mother, Carrie, during the Somerset SnowFest Kite Festival at Lake George Regional Park East in Canaan. Jale and his mother were flying the multicolored kite after pulling their sled across the lake.

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