Gwen Jordan, foreground, and two other members of St. Michael’s Church Youth Group of Auburn tie scarves Thursday morning to the gazebo fence and other structures in Kennedy Park in Lewiston. Each scarf had a note letting people know they are free. The scarves were made by one of the group’s coordinators, Mary Rider, who said the city asked her to return Friday and remove any that were left. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Gwendolyn Lacombe ties a scarf Thursday morning to a bench in Kennedy Park in Lewiston. She and two other members of St. Michael’s Church Youth Group of Auburn tied scarves to structures in the park for those who need them. Each had a note attached that reads: “Free, please take if you are cold.” Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Gwen Jordan, left, Avery MacKenzie, center, and Gwendolyn Lacombe, members of St. Michael’s Church Youth Group of Auburn, tie scarves Thursday morning to the gazebo, benches, light posts and other structures in Kennedy Park in Lewiston. Intended for those in need, the several dozen scarves each had a note attached to let people know they are free. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Gwendolyn Lacombe ties a scarf Thursday morning to a bench in Kennedy Park in Lewiston. She and two other members of St. Michael’s Church Youth Group of Auburn tied scarves to structures in the park for those who need them. Each had a note attached that reads: “Free, please take if you are cold.” Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo


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