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Sign at Simple Sacks in Brownville reading: "Brownville Church Christmas Eve Service *Outside* 6 PM Masks / Distancing."

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Recommendations for trick-or-treaters and households giving out candy in Piscataquis County. Part of the the Keep Maine Healthy Municipal COVID-19 Awareness Campaign funded by the State of Maine Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention.

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The Harold J. Crosby Community Band offered a "Patriotic Parking Lot Peformance" outdoors at the Thompson Free Library on July 28, 2020. Band members socially-distanced, and audience members watched from folding chairs set up on the pavement.

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Piscataquis Regional Food Center blog post describing the changes in operations due to COVID-19.

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Digital messages displayed by the town of Dover-Foxcroft on Election Day (November 3), 2020. This was also the day of our first significant snowfall.

Messages read:

VOTE TODAY - Polls Open 8am-8pm
ICE + SNOW = DRIVE SLOW
Be Safe - Wear a…

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In an effort to keep our region healthy amidst Covid-19, the Maine Highlands Investment Partnership and the Town of Dover-Foxcroft asked students to design posters that remind people to stay safe and be kind to one another.

Prizes were awarded…

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Whether it is desperation to play or a contrary commitment to “keep the music playing,” the Harold J. Crosby Community Band in Dexter, Maine made it happen during the summer and fall of 2020.

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While the Dexter-based Harold J. Crosby Community Band has enjoyed practicing and performing outdoors this summer, evenings are getting cooler, windier and darker. Not wanting it to be “the day the music died,” to borrow from Don McLean, the band has…

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This poem corresponds to a moment where I realized that I was sweating crimson when working and wearing a naturally dyed turmeric shirt. We were a month or so into the pandemic and the metaphors and symbols were too good not to acknowledge. It was…

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Last page of the July 2020 Thompson Free Library Newsletter. TFL staff, board member, and volunteer share how they kept sane during Maine's COVID stay at home order.
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