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    Nancy Goodwin arranges trays of some of the 8,500 cookies prepared Tuesday morning for St. Peter's 93rd annual Italian Festival. The festival began Friday night and runs through Sunday.

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    Eleanor Zappia, 94, of South Portland, kneads dough for Italian filled cookies while 8,500 cookies, including lemon, anise, Italian filled and biscotti, are prepared Tuesday morning.

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    Denise Davis rolls anise cookie batter into balls while volunteering with the production of 8,500 cookies Tuesday morning.

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    Volunteers prepare 8,500 cookies Tuesday morning for St. Peter's 93rd annual Italian Festival in Portland.

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    Cammy Reali splashes herself with cool water in the kitchen at St. Peter’s Church in Portland on Tuesday while helping to bake cookies in preparation for the weekend's annual festival.

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    Becky Mitchell places trays of freshly-baked anise cookies to cool.

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    Freshly-baked and frosted anise cookies.

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