Finn Dolan, 16, does a tail block trick March 7 at Davis Park in Bethel. Dolan is a member of the Gould Academy skateboard team, which practices five days a week at the skateboard park near the academy or at indoor locations. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Moe Goulet, left, of Lewiston gives Harold Wills of Greene a hard time April 8 after Wills threw a so-so frame at Sparetime Recreation in Lewiston. Thursdays are “Senior Day,” allowing seniors to bowl for $2 a game. “I hate to see it close,” says George St. Amand, not pictured, of Auburn. “It’s going to be hard for a lot of us,” says St. Amand. The 78-year-old comes to “Senior Day” every Thursday. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Betty Prindall of Poland makes an offering of peace Sunday, April 4, to the Rev. Joseph Beardsley during the Easter morning service at the Minot United Methodist Church at 142 Minot Ave. The peace sign has replaced handshakes at many socially distanced services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Kay Brown of Auburn fishes with her family April 8 on the Little Androscoggin River in Minot. Some enjoyed the scenery and sun, while two tried their luck in an eddy upstream. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Chase Dyer, right, uses all his strength to turn the steering wheel of his motorized truck April 7 in Lewiston, as his brother, Cameron, hangs on. Their neighbor Zoey Lizotte came to the rescue when the battery died. She helped push the car across the front lawn as the boys’ parents visited in the street. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Leah Zwain, of Shapleigh, left, and Ashley Leedberg of Greenwood paddle board March 9 on Round Pond in Greenwood. It was their first day of paddling this year, and they say it was fun riding the edge between open water and ice. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Alivia, 7, helps Girl Scout troop leader Jamie Ribisi-Braley fill a customer’s cookie order March 6 at a drive-thru cookie sale in the Side by Each Brewing Co. parking lot in Auburn. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Bretton Archilles, left, and his brother, Trent, of Lewiston visit with the Easter Bunny at the Hasty Community Center in Auburn. More than 200 children preregistered to visit Saturday with the Easter Bunny during the annual Spring Celebration. The event typically involves an egg hunt, but because of COVID-19 concerns, children had their picture taken and received a basket filled with items donated by Walmart, said Dawna Daigle, third from right, of the Auburn Recreation Department. Trent Archilles, 6, is a first-grade student at Saint Dominic Academy. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

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