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Editor's Picks - Sept. 29 - Oct. 5, 2013
Date: 10/7/2013 Album ID: 1715045
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Work by the Valley News photography staff published Sept. 29 to Oct. 5, 2013.
At Wellwood Orchards in Springfield, Vt., on Oct. 4, 2013, orchard worker Linval Notice ppours apples he has just picked into bins. Notice is from Jamacia and has been working at the farm for seven years.

Valley News - Jennifer Hauck
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At the White River Ballet Academy in White River Junction, Vt., Tony Buccola gives his wife Marilyn a kiss, while Diane Church, Coordinator of the  Parkinson's Center at DHMC looks on. The couple lives in Quechee, Vt., he has Parkinson's Disease.
Valley News - Jennifer Hauck
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At the White River Ballet Academy, in White River Junction, Vt., on Sept. 18, 2013, dancer Sam Black  leads a class for people with Parkinson’s Disease and their caretakers.  Black is a member of the Mark Morris Dance Group, the group is based in Brooklyn, N.Y..
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Diane Church, Coordinator for the  Parkinson's Center at DHMC says goodbye to Marilyn Buccola of Quechee after a class called, Dance For PD on Sept. 18, 2013 in White River Junction, VT..
Valley News - Jennifer Hauck
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Wilbur Sturtevant of Tilton, N.H. eats dinner with friends in the Listen Community Dining at River Point Plaza in White River Junction Thursday, September 26, 2013. Attendance has increased 39 percent since Listen moved the dinners from several churches in the Upper Valley to the new complex. 
Valley News - James M. Patterson
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I haven't missed a supper since it came down here, said Kathy Duguie of Lebanon, N.H. Thursday, September 26, 2013, who stopped going to the Listen Community Dinners for a time when they were held in several Upper Valley churches.  I see all my friends down here, she said. 
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Tracy MacEwan, of Lincoln City, Ore. takes a photo of a mural during a tour of the home of Tim and Lynn Cook in Lyme, N.H. on September 29, 2013. The recently restored home features murals on the walls painted by Rufus Porter in the early nineteenth century. (Valley News - Elijah Nouvelage)
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Painter Peter Michael Gish speaks to Hartford High School art students about the murals he created in 1950 to describe the history of Vermont at the Hotel Coolidge in White River Junction. Gish went on to become a combat artist in the U.S Marine Corps.
Valley News - James M. Patterson
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Dick Ekwall, of Pike, N.H., left, takes a tour of the home of Tim and Lynn Cook in Lyme, N.H. on September 29, 2013. The recently restored home features murals on the walls painted by Rufus Porter in the early nineteenth century. (Valley News - Elijah Nouvelage)
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Greg Drew of Georgia, Vt. demonstrates the advantages of a bow saw's thin steel blade to Ben Manning of Quechee, right, and his mother Andrea Manning, middle, during the Vermont Fine Furniture and Woodworking Festival in Woodstock, Vt. at the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Park in Woodstock, Vt. Saturday, September 28, 2013. Drew was in the process of building a chair out of American Chestnut salvaged from a diseased tree by the American Chestnut Foundation.
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 Josh Tuohy co-owner of the Salt Hill Pub in Hanover, N.H.  kales a bloody mary on Sept. 20, 2013
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Kyle Welty lifts an omelet off the grill and onto a plate during the lunch hour rush at the Four Aces Diner in Lebanon, N.H., on Sept. 27, 2013.  Valley News - Jennifer Hauck
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Hartford High School sophomore Gabrielle Williams checks her net for dragonfly nymphs as her classmates Emily Fortier, left, and Jessica Smith, right, examine a specimen at the Pogue in the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park in Woodstock, Vt. Thursday, September 19, 2013. The three are members of Meghan Wilson's biology class which is preparing to take part in a study that analyzes the mercury content of small ponds and streams through the dragonfly larva. 
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Skouly Kachikis, 9, and Katie Davis, 9, write words describing what makes them beautiful in between runs around the green during Girls on the Run training in Lyme, N.H. on September 25, 2013. Girls on the Run is a national organization that is aimed at boosting self-esteem, building up confidence, and promoting a positve self-image for young girls in third through fifth grades. The Lyme team, which is in its second year, practices twice a week in preparation for a 5k fun run in Concord in early November. (Valley News - Elijah Nouvelage)
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John Hampton, of Bird's Eye View, demonstrates a quadcopter to a group of scouts at the Boy Scouts of Sunapee Discrict annual Fall Camporee in North Charlestown, N.H. on Saturday, September 28, 2013. Nine local troops camped, hiked, and canoed while learning about story-telling, conservation, trail etiquette and other outdoor skills. The quadcopter captured aerial footage of the scouts in their canoes on the river. (Valley News - Elijah Nouvelage)
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Andrew Pierce sands a wooden bowl at his workshop in Bethel, Vt., on Sept. 18, 2013. Pierce employs two other workers at his workshop, making bowls from cherry, maple, and black walnut. 
Valley News - Sarah Priestap
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Romen Mookerjee studies economics outside the Rauner Library in hanover, N.H. on Monday, September 30, 2013. Mookerjee is a junior at Dartmouth, where he is currently double majoring in Spanish and Economics. (Valley News - Elijah Nouvelage)
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Cord Benjamin, 14, left, his younger brother Caleb, 9, second from left, and friend Kegan Silovich, 12, dye their hair pink to support Cord and Caleb's mother Julie, right, who has stage 4 breast cancer, at Planet Hair in South Royalton, Vt. on Wednesday, October 2, 2013. Also present were Kegan's mother Lori Mikusa, second from right, and Julie's husband Calvin, center. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. (Valley News - Elijah Nouvelage)
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