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    Jamie Dorr hugs Council Chair Mari Eosco as she accepts her award as Bath Citizen of the Year.

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    Students in Maria Morris' JMG program at Morse receive the Youth Award from Council Chair Mari Eosco.

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    Friends of the Zorach Fountain shake hands with Mari Eosco as they accept their award for Project of the Year.

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    Two members of Bath Elks Post 934 accepted the Al Smith Community Spirit Award.

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    Council Chair Mari Eosco and Erika Benson with her twins Willa and Anna.

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    Carrington Moore, from Georgetown helps set up the book raffle at Autumnfest.

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    Morse cheerleaders raise money for Morse All-Sports Boosters with a bake sale.

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    Sign on the corner of Elm and Front streets.

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    Matt Hodges plays violin on the corner of Front and Centre streets.

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    "Did you get my beaver teeth?' Boden Douglas, age 7, and from Ontario rides the antique fire engine.

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    Head down Front Street for a block party!

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    Three scarecrows in row.

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    Emma Rogers, age 5, and Jackson Reno, 6, both of Phippsburg, with their scarecrows.

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    Nathan Tharp, an 11-year-old homeschooler from Woolwich, sells cookies and cider at the Customs House.

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    Scarecrow stuffing.

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    Ann London and Winston Fate, the Bath Rec Department, host the Great Scrarecrow event at the Customs House.

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    Landon and Emmy Douglas, from Belgrade, draw a face on their scarecrow.

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    Busy day at Bath Farmers Market, which shared its space on the waterfront with Autumnfest.

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    Goranson's Farm pumpkins.

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    Stephanie Pruzansky hosted the Indivisible Sagadahoc informational table.

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    Katheen Lacasse and Diane Nicol served treats at the Bath senior Citizens Activity Center table.

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    "Swede" helps people find their lost pets for Paw in the Door feline rescue.

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    Mari Eosco and Vicky Sprague at event sponsor Main Street Bath's table.

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    Anita Brown and Jamie Dorr at the Bath Youth Meetinghouse and Skate Park, and Midcoast Community Alliance's tables.

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    Studio Theatre of Bath represented by Cathy Matero, Marc Rodriguez and Tamara Lilly.

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    Life Church kids hanging out on the rocks.

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    Hannah Gates and Nancy Brown serve free apple crisp at the Bath Area Food Bank's table.

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    Craig Phillips, executive director of Tedford Shelter in Brunswick.

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    The band Driving Charlie Home.

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    Steelin' Thunder at the North Front Street Block Party.

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    Pumpkin bowling alley.

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    Emerson Ritchie, age 4 of Bath, rolls a pumpkin down the alley.

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    AJ Reno and Bob Jordan grill sausage and hot dogs at the North Front Street Block Party.

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