Russ Angell hands Chriss Hayden her change Wednesday, March 17,  after buying an ice cream cone at Main Street Dairy Treat in Lewiston. Angell said his wife, Barbara, worked at the shop when they were students at Leavitt Area High School in Turner. “I remember coming down here to flirt with her,” the business owner said. “Now I give my employees hell for that.” Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Lynn Cummings, left, of Lewiston shows her friend, Renee Arbisi of Biddeford, her COVID-19 vaccination card Wednesday, March 17, after Cummings received her shot at the Auburn Mall. Cummings was the second person to receive the vaccine at the region’s first mass vaccination site. “I came purely for moral support,” Arbisi said. “We try to get together once a month and this happens to be it,” Cummings said. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

A camper from the Lisbon Recreation Department picks up a ball and looks for a target during a game of dodgeball at the MTM Center on Tuesday, March 16. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Jason Jalbert of Lewiston laughs while dosing himself with a THC vape pen at the Maine Public Safety Training Institute’s training program, the Marijuana Impairment Lab, on Friday, March 19, in Auburn. Andrea Thompson, executive director of the training institute, right, monitors and quantifies the dosing for the participants. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Gray-New Gloucester’s Ali Cohen sets up a teammate as she returns a shot during a volleyball game Monday, March 15, against Lake Region. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Elijah Mosher and Salome Wiedmer sit March 17 in the doorway of their Argosy camper named Oyster parked in Oxford. They met in Greece while working at a refugee camp and have been fixing up the camper for a cross-country trip. They recently painted the outside and plan to custom finish the inside. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Animal care worker Tina Billings cuddles a feline Wednesday, March 17, in the “catio” at Responsible Pet Care in South Paris. The screened space was designed for cats to get fresh air, but after the pandemic hit it was used for approved adoption applicants to meet their new furry friends. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School Unified Basketball player Brieana Smith, left, waits for her turn to jump on the court for a shift during a game against Fryeburg on Friday, March 19.  Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Craig Hallowell of Greene, his son, Dexter, 8, and dog Millie collect their ice fishing traps Tuesday, March 16, after fishing on the Androscoggin River in Turner. Hallowell said one nice perk to remote school days is that it allows him more time to spend with his son. After finishing a few homework assignments Tuesday morning, the third grader at Greene Central School said he and his dad pulled in one northern pike, two pickerel and one bass. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

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