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    Week In Photos Sept. 1 – 7, 2019 - Kennebec Journal photo by Joe Ph | of | Share this photo

    Early morning sun sparkles Saturday through spraying water as an exhibitor washes cows around 7:02 a.m. to prepare for shows at the Windsor Fairgrounds. The 125 fair runs through Labor Day Monday.

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    Brunswick 118 Joey Valliere, left, and Cony 175 Myles Quirion, run Friday in Laliberte Invitational at Cony High School in Augusta.

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    Gardiner's Jaydan Burditt catches a touchdown pass during a scrimmage against Nokomis on Friday at Hoch Field in Gardiner.

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    Rob Bailey crates McIntosh apples he harvested Wednesday at his family's fruit farm in Whitefield. Bailey's Orchard is open for self picking.

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    Katie Larrabee, 11, holds her owl aloft while running with a wand Tuesday at the Monmouth Museum. The home-schooler is pursuing a project about Harry Potter this year, and her mother, Beth, documented it with photos at the historical site near their home.

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    David Gallagher, lower right, reaches out to Rain LeBlond, lower left, while climbing a jungle gym Wednesday with their friends Zoe Paquin, upper left, and Alyssa Donnell, upper right, at the Gardiner Common. The Gardiner Area High School class of 2019 graduates all started attending school or working this week.

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    Jim Lothridge, chairman of the Kennebec River Walk committee, stands on a causeway that almost connects the mainland to Bodge Sands Island, in background, on Saturday in Pittston.

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    Chuck Snyder, in the loader, maneuvers a stage into position Tuesday while Barbara Moody directs him. Volunteers have been preparing for the Litchfield Fair, which runs from Friday through Sunday.

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    Murphy, a border collie, chases tennis balls thrown by Shaughnessy McArthur, committee member for Barks in the Park on Thursday at the new dog park in Gardiner.

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    Week In Photos Sept. 1 – 7, 2019 - Morning Sentinel photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Messalonskee girls soccer coach Chris DelGiudice works with his sister Hannah during a Wednesday practice in Oakland.

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    Juli Brooks, as Sister Maria Walburga, facing, helps Sandra Tomasco, as Agnes, get in to her costume and makeup Tuesday during dress rehearsal for the comedy "The Divine Sister" at the Waterville Opera House. Opening night is Thursday. Shows run Sept. 6, 7 and 8 at 7:30 p.m. and Sept. 8 at 2 p.m.

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    Workers with Cushing Amusements set up the Gravitron on Tuesday before the annual Clinton Lions Fair in Clinton.

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    Phoenix Aasted hydrates with a 2-liter bottle of Mountain Dew as he sets up the Maniacs Glassworks vendor tent Tuesday at the annual Clinton Lions Fair in Clinton.

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    Two people fish from boats Saturday around 6:31 a.m. on Lower Togus Pond in Augusta.

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    Sandra Baker, a server at the Flatlanda Diner in Fairfield, hangs a message Wednesday from the restaurant’s marquee. Baker, who’s worked at the eatery for 12 years, said her boss comes up with the roadside messages. The message board faces Skowhegan Road. When completed the sign read, “I wonder if clouds ever look down at us say n ‘hey that one is shaped like an idiot.“ The other side read, “I miss the 90’s when bread was good for you and no one knew what kale was.” One popular message was “We have nice muffins,” said Baker.

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    Charlotte, a 110-pound potbellied pig, overshadows Denise Rexford of Skowhegan's Barks N Bubbles N Boarding, a dog and cat boarding business, on Wednesday. Charlotte gets along with the kenneled dogs, provided the dogs do not try to herd her, according to Rexford, who says she has cared for four rescued potbellied pigs.

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    Young people have their photo taken Thursday while looking through a chicken cutout during the Clinton Lions Agricultural Fair in Clinton.

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    Rob Bailey harvests McIntosh apples at his family's fruit farm in Whitefield. The apple crop this year is "average" Bailey said with a bountiful amount of fruit available to be picked.

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