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    Maine State Chamber of Commerce President Dana Connors speaks during a discussion on expanding postsecondary education opportunities to increase a skilled workforce at Thomas College in Waterville on Monday. Other speakers, from left, are students Glory Gomez and Harley Douglas, Thomas College President Laurie Lachance, Major General Bill Libby and Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce CEO Kim Lindlof.

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    Thomas College student Harley Douglas speaks on Monday about EDGE, the Engage, Develop, Guide and Empower program at the college in Waterville that offers first-year students an intensive introduction to college before the regular year begins.

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    Thomas College student Glory Gomez speaks on Monday about EDGE, the Engage, Develop, Guide and Empower program at the college in Waterville. At left is speaker Major General Bill Libby.

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    Thomas College President Laurie Lachance gave an enthusiastic endorsement on Monday to EDGE, the Engage, Develop, Guide and Empower program at the college in Waterville that offers first-year students an intensive introduction to college before the regular year begins.

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    Thomas College student Skyler Lewis of Jay, a first generation freshman, speaks about EDGE, the Engage, Develop, Guide and Empower program at the college in Waterville on Monday.

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