Volunteers repair the damage done by vandals at the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village hayfield in New Gloucester on Saturday. About 40 volunteers from as far away as Georgia spent the wet morning filling in ruts caused by vandals driving an automobile in circles two weeks ago. “It’s a cold, wet day and we have a field full of people,” said Michael Graham, curator of the Shaker museum. Local businesses provided loads of dirt, lunch and equipment while volunteers provided the labor. Members of the GNG ATV Club, Cumberland County Equestrians 4-H Club, Game Warden Jeremy Judd and Norway Selectman Mike Twitchell all pitched in to help. “We have amazing partnerships today,” Graham said. “This has brought our community together.” (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

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