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Circus Time122 viewsEveryone was just clowning around when the circus came to Rochester on June 23 and 24, 2010. Camels, elephants, tigers, oh my! The kids had a great time until the big tent, and can稚 wait until next year to see the circus again. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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Circus Time133 viewsEveryone was just clowning around when the circus came to Rochester on June 23 and 24, 2010. Camels, elephants, tigers, oh my! The kids had a great time until the big tent, and can稚 wait until next year to see the circus again. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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Circus Time129 viewsEveryone was just clowning around when the circus came to Rochester on June 23 and 24, 2010. Camels, elephants, tigers, oh my! The kids had a great time until the big tent, and can稚 wait until next year to see the circus again. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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Circus Time113 viewsEveryone was just clowning around when the circus came to Rochester on June 23 and 24, 2010. Camels, elephants, tigers, oh my! The kids had a great time until the big tent, and can稚 wait until next year to see the circus again. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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Barn Tour109 viewsOver 60 carloads of people enjoyed the second annual Rochester Land Trust Barn Tour on June 27, 2010. With eight barns on the route, enthusiasts got to explore this fascinating part of the New England landscape. Some, like the Hiller farm barn, are still in use, and others on the tour were well-kept relics of our agricultural past. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley
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Barn Tour99 viewsOver 60 carloads of people enjoyed the second annual Rochester Land Trust Barn Tour on June 27, 2010. With eight barns on the route, enthusiasts got to explore this fascinating part of the New England landscape. Some, like the Hiller farm barn, are still in use, and others on the tour were well-kept relics of our agricultural past. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley
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Barn Tour96 viewsOver 60 carloads of people enjoyed the second annual Rochester Land Trust Barn Tour on June 27, 2010. With eight barns on the route, enthusiasts got to explore this fascinating part of the New England landscape. Some, like the Hiller farm barn, are still in use, and others on the tour were well-kept relics of our agricultural past. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley
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Barn Tour109 viewsOver 60 carloads of people enjoyed the second annual Rochester Land Trust Barn Tour on June 27, 2010. With eight barns on the route, enthusiasts got to explore this fascinating part of the New England landscape. Some, like the Hiller farm barn, are still in use, and others on the tour were well-kept relics of our agricultural past. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley
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Barn Tour112 viewsOver 60 carloads of people enjoyed the second annual Rochester Land Trust Barn Tour on June 27, 2010. With eight barns on the route, enthusiasts got to explore this fascinating part of the New England landscape. Some, like the Hiller farm barn, are still in use, and others on the tour were well-kept relics of our agricultural past. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley
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RMS Groundbreaking133 viewsRochester Memorial School was packed up and emptied following the last day of school to prepare for the expansion project, which will accommodate the growing population of children at the school in 2011. Photo by Laura Pedulli.
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ORR Graduation157 viewsThere was much pomp and circumstance when the Class of 2010 graduated from Old Rochester Regional High School on June 5, 2010. Despite the rain, the students smiled as they greeted their future of possibilities. Speakers included National Honor Society president Kelsey Jean Frink and Valedictorian Jean Smith. Photo by Felix Perez.
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ORR Graduation151 viewsThere was much pomp and circumstance when the Class of 2010 graduated from Old Rochester Regional High School on June 5, 2010. Despite the rain, the students smiled as they greeted their future of possibilities. Speakers included National Honor Society president Kelsey Jean Frink and Valedictorian Jean Smith. Photo by Felix Perez.
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