Phillips Old Home Days

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Miley White, 5, of Winslow waits patiently as she gets the final touches on her face painting at the Wonderland Adventure Garden Friday afternoon. Wonderland has become a perennial destination during Phillips Old Home Days festivities for hundreds of children. (Valerie Tucker photo)

Little rock ‘n’ rollers celebrate depict the theme Rock ‘N’ Roll Is Here To Stay at the Phillips Old Home Days grand parade on Friday evening. (Valerie Tucker photo)

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Dancers wowed the audience at the Phillips Old Home Days grand parade on Friday evening. (Valerie Tucker photo)

KISS fans celebrated the Rock ‘N’ Roll Is Here To Stay theme at the Phillips Old Home Days grand parade on Friday evening. (Valerie Tucker photo)

Illustrator Heidi Kendrick, left, and author Pam Matthews hold a copy of their new children’s book, “Cornelia “Fly Rod” Crosby, Champion of Maine,” at the Phillips Old Home Day on Friday. (Valerie Tucker photo)

Phillips’ oldest resident, Mavis Henderson, waves from the front seat of a car during the Phillips Old Home Days parade Friday evening. Pam and Dick Matthews, not visible, are this year’s honored couple. Among their many volunteer efforts are helping launch the town’s Revitalization Committee, the Phillips Farmers Market and the Sandy River Business Association. (Valerie Tucker photo)

Happy onlookers gathered for the grand parade down Main Street Friday evening at the Phillips Old Home Days’ 61st celebration. (Valerie Tucker photo)

Parade watchers cheered as the Phillips High School Class of 1968 rolled down Main Street during the Friday evening celebration.  (Valerie Tucker photo)

Little rock ‘n’ rollers celebrated the “Rock ‘N’ Roll Is Here To Stay” theme in the Phillips Old Home Days grand parade Friday evening.

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