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    Zoë Goehring, 27, Portland: "It's been really nice, how grateful market (Augusta Farmers Market at Mill Park) customers have been, like last week. Just really expressing a lot of gratitude that we were here. That felt really nice, and I'm grateful for that."

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    Helen Langdale, 64, Dresden: "I'm thankful to be alive. To me, as long as I can get along and make a living with a roof over my head, food in my stomach, I'm fine."

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    Andrew Johnson, 10, Gardiner: "I'm thankful that there is a lot of people who are learning about our market and other stuff that we need to use. I'm thankful that there are a bunch of people in this community, and that there's more people learning about the community."

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    Rob Jacobs, 22, Augusta: "Definitely my job. That's a big one. I work here (Cosmic Charlie's) and I also work up at Amato's on Western Avenue. I'd have to be thankful for all of the people in my life. That's a big one as well."

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    Leslie Lavallee, 62, Readfield: "I taught in Readfield for 29 years, second grade and special ed, and I loved the kids. My boys grew up there. It was a very family-oriented neighborhood. Pretty much it was the most important thing. Everyone's lives revolved around the kids."

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    Paul Fowler, 40, Gardiner: "I guess it's the people. Everybody here seems to be caring, look out for people. That's the nice thing about Gardiner."

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    Linda Baehr, 61, Gardiner: "All the nice people in the community. That's why I love Gardiner. Everybody is friendly and nice, and I enjoy working down here and seeing all the people all the time. It's nice to get to know the people in the community that way."

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    Suzette Bailey, 60, Norridgewock: "I'm thankful we're all alive and that the weather is great, although I don't think it's supposed to stay that way. I'm grateful the world is still going 'round."

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    Charlie Gaunce, 77, Waterville: "I've lived here all my life and I'm thankful that I'm still here and I have a business (Central Maine Motors Auto Group) that has grown here over 78 years. I'm thankful we have a son and a daughter-in-law with two great grandchildren."

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    Jeffrey Quinn, 63, of Cornville: "I'm thankful that I don't live in Skowhegan — I live in Cornville, that's what I'm thankful for. I'm grateful that I still have good health and that I'm still doing what I've always wanted to do — theater and music — and that I'm Irish."

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    Natasha Vicaire, 26, Skowhegan: "I'm thankful for my family and friends and my beautiful puppy dog (Hatchet, a bit bull terrier)."

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    Glenda Soucy, 52, Norridgewock: "I'm grateful for having a roof over my head and a healthy family. I'm grateful my daughter is coming home. We're having Thanksgiving on Friday because that's when my husband, who is a truck driver, will be home, but I'm just glad he'll be here."

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    Bill Greene, 82, Skowhegan: "I'm grateful for the neighbors. The people. It's a decent little town. We don't have an awful lot of trouble like they do down in Ferguson."

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    Catherine Knox Turner, 66, Skowhegan: "I am really thankful for the new Indian restaurant (in Waterville). I couldn't believe it. I love Indian food. I usually go to Portland or Brunswick or Bangor now for Indian food."

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    Melissa Webber, 33, Norridgewock: "I'm thankful for my father-in-law's health. He made it through lung cancer surgery and is doing a lot better now. He still has to go to Boston for chemo and radiation, but he's starting to make a full recovery. We're all going to be together for Thanksgiving."

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    Bill Basford, 69, Fairfield: "I'm thankful for the mindfulness meditation group at School Street Yoga and all the nice music programs up at Colby College. I'm living in Fairfield in a rooming house and hoping to move to Waterville in a couple of weeks."

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    Jorge Paul, 19, Embden: "I'm thankful for New Balance, that wonderful factory keeps me employed and gives me a job to go to every day."

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    Irv Gilbert, 72, Waterville: "The thing that I am most thankful for in town is that I found an apartment from which I can walk to the library, the cafe, and a store to get a few groceries and I don't need to use my car, which is good, especially at the prices of gas."

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