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Editor's Picks - July 20-26, 2014
Date: 7/28/2014 Album ID: 1828301
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Work by the Valley News photography staff published July 20-26, 2014.
Adelaide Cesanek, 5, of Grafton, N.H., with her brother Benton, left, 10, feels the temperature of a cold pool of water on top of Mount Cardigan while their parents, John and Jen Cesanek, seek shelter from the wind on July 6, 2014. The mountain marks the eastern edge of the Mascoma River watershed, with water falling on its western slope eventually draining into the Connecticut River via the Indian and Mascoma rivers. (Valley News - Will Parson)
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Frank Rivet of Canaan, N.H., tightens a knot in his line after changing lures while ice fishing with William Hoehl Jr., of Canaan, at Mascoma Lake in Enfield, N.H., on March 29, 2014. We'll be going till it's not safe, Hoehl said. Because of the long winter, fishermen were able to ice fish into April. (Valley News - Will Parson)
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Mount Lebanon School fourth grade student Maisie Gaudet peers through a Creature Peeper to get a close look at freshwater invertebrates collected in the Mascoma River, while standing with classmate Taya Gagne, left, in West Lebanon, N.H., on May 2, 2014. Students in the background walk to the bank of the Mascoma River to use equipment to assess the water quality before releasing the developing trout they had been studying. (Valley News - Will Parson)
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With the fire from the adjacent garage completely extinguished Royalton Firefighter Chris Ferris ensures the melted siding of an apartment complex is properly cooled in South Royalton, Vt., on July 22, 2014.  South Royalton Fire Chief Paul Brock stated the fire was most likely started from a lawnmower that Richard Button returned after mowing the lawn. Button, who maintains the outdoor property owned by his cousin, Bruce Button, was weed whacking a field out of sight of the garage when the fire started. Sharon, Royalton, Tunbridge, and Bethel fire departments responded to the fire. 
(Valley News - Sarah Priestap)
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Michael Benoit, of Claremont, N.H., right, and other Market Basket employees try to encourage shoppers to boycott the store as they protested outside the Market Basket in Claremont, on July 22, 2014.  About 20 employees joined the protest in support of ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.  Arthur T. has looked out for us on a personal level, said Paul Ritz, the grocery manager at the Claremont store.  We take care of him and he takes care of us.   Assistant Dairy Manager Craig Cook, who has worked at the company for 13 years, said that so far they haven't gotten any negative responses from motorists. (Valley News - Ariana van den Akker)
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Brenner Cole, 7, left, and his sister MacKenzie, 12, both of Gastonia, N.C., shop with their mother Melissa Cole and their grandmother Susan Campbell of Charlestown, N.H., at the Market Basket in Claremont, N.H. on July 21, 2014.  The family ultimately decided to finish their shopping elsewhere due to the lack of stock.  (Valley News - Ariana van den Akker)
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With a fresh job title and new keys in hand, Lebanon High School Principal Tom Marshall tries a key to open a stairwell door at the High School in Lebanon, N.H.,  on July 21, 2014. Marshall started work as Principal on Friday morning, after finding out he had gotten the job on Thursday evening. 
(Valley News - Sarah Priestap)
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Playing around sunbathers, sand castle builders and wandering ducks, Sam Flint, 9, of Sunapee, plays baseball with a group of his friends at Dewey Beach on Lake Sunapee on July 21, 2014. 
(Valley News - Sarah Priestap)
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A panel of the sculpture that Ernest Montenegro is creating for Claremont's 250th anniversary celebration sits ready to be welded at Stone House Forge in Claremont, N.H., on July 21, 2014. (Valley News - Ariana van den Akker)
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as Lydia Munika, of Kenya, left, Bruce Ernest, of Zambia, second from right, and Tumiso Mabusela, of Botswana, right, congratulate Mshila Sio, of Kenya, middle, after he learned that he received a grant during the last week of the Young African Leaders Initiative at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. on July 23, 2014. (Valley News - Ariana van den Akker)
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Kai Renshaw, 12, of Hanover, left, monitors the audio as Haley Davenport, 14, of Hartford, middle, and counselor Erin McClory, right, compose a shot outside the Tip Top building in White River Junction, Vt. during CATV's advanced video camp Tuesday, July 22, 2014. The camp teaches participants everything from handling video and sound equipment to screenwriting and editing.
(Valley News - James M. Patterson)
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Bruce MacCrellish, of South Woodstock, Vt., does a writing prompt about a childhood nature memory during author John Elder's writing workshop at the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park in Woodstock, Vt., on July 25, 2014. MacCrellish teaches English at Stevens High School in Claremont, N.H. I wanted to learn some new tricks for my students, he said. (Valley News - Geoff Hansen)
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Ian Mitchell, 15, of Thetford, left, and Bradon Jarvis, 14, right, of Claremont use Tinkercad, an open source design software, to create keychains, cups and slingshot planes to be printed on a 3D printer at the American Precision Museum in Windsor Wednesday, July 23, 2014. It was the third day of a workshop in which students used computers provided by WinCycle to learn about programming and design.
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Heavy rain doesn't sway Aine Devine, 23 months, of Royalton, from playing outside with her father, Ian down the road from their home on July 23, 2014. We were just finishing up dinner when it started to storm, said Ian Devine, and Aine wanted to come outside and play in the rain. 

(Valley News - Sarah Priestap)
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The Statues of Liberty exhibit at the Morrill Homestead in Strafford, Vt., features images of the work displayed in the National Satuary Hall in Washington D.C., including Rosa Parks and Abraham Lincoln in the background. (Valley News - Geoff Hansen)
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Logan Wahrenberger, 12, of Hanover, N.H., doesn't realize the small crowd watching him as he tries disk golf for the first time during a disk golf clinic led by Alex Dodds, a Storrs Pond employee at Storrs Pond Recreation Area in Hanover, N.H.,  on July 21, 2014.  Dodds and his family went to the clinic for an introduction to disk golf- a fast-growing sport that many of his family members are involved in. 
(Valley News - Sarah Priestap)
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While thunderstorms were forecast for much of Vermont and New Hampshire Wednesday afternoon, July 23, 2014, Alexis Menard, 9, of Windsor, middle, enjoyed the shower of a garden hose held by Clayton Therrien, 9, of Blanford, right, at Menard's home in Windsor, Vt. Josh Bailey, 5, of Windsor, left, and Elizabeth Carpenter, 11,  of Windsor, also cooled off in the spray.
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Jean-Guy Jacques, of Claremont, N.H., concentrates on practicing his drive during the weekly mens league at the Claremont Country Club on July 22, 2014.  Jacques says he's been a member for at least 20 years. (Valley News - Ariana van den Akker)
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