Theo the cat listens May 16 to a violin concert for animals at the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society in Lewiston. Riley Gramley and Maddie Ewell of Bates College in Lewiston performed the 45-minute concert. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

Third grader Chase Leeman tries on a survival emergency blanket May 19 at Carrie Ricker School in Litchfield. Students spent the day learning about wildlife, the age of trees, birds and outdoor survival during Forestry Day. David Larrabee of the Smithfield Plantation Trustees and the Litchfield Conservation Commission have held Forestry Day since 2007. Volunteers with both organizations and people who work in the woods held workshops for students. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal

Will Keach of Leavitt Area High School reacts May 18 after crossing home plate during a game against Mt. Blue High School in Turner. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal

Libby Forgues fist bumps Athletic Director Jason Fuller following her speech May 17, during the Lewiston High School Top Ten Luncheon at The Green Ladle in Lewiston. Faculty and staff members from LHS held the luncheon for the top students from the class of 2022 and their families. Students from The Green Ladle served lunch after each student delivered a short speech. Forgues finished 10th in her class. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal

Edward Little High School third baseman Amanda Raymond attempts to catch a foul ball May 16 during a game in Auburn against Lewiston High School. The ball fell just out of Raymond’s reach. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal

DeAnthony Echols, right, a lobsterman, grimaces May 14 as he helps his father’s team, Hartt Transportation Systems Inc., pull a plane at the Auburn-Lewiston Airport during the second Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine Plane Pull, hosted by Elite Airways. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Adam Turner of Leeds uses a unique style May 15 to putt in a tight spot at Tabers Miniature Golf course, during the Maine Mini Golf Tour’s Spring Fling tournament in Auburn. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Pamela Hurson of West Paris and her daughter, Destiny Hurson, of Woodstock, walk their dogs Titus, left, and Pigpen along the Bethel Pathway on May 18. They say they love the clean pathway, which connects several public facilities, including the skate park, playground, picnic area and a boat launch site on the Androscoggin River Trail. “She’s my best friend, and we hang out all the time,” Destiny says of her mother. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

Connor Dunn paints a picket fence May 18 for his aunt on Mayville Road in Bethel. “It’s boring, but it’s satisfying to see the end product” Dunn says. “Everyone says it’s fun, but that’s just to get you to do it for them.” Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

Laura Mueller of Lincoln Academy returns a shot May 20 during her match against Sophie Blanco of Winthrop High School during the state singles tournament at Bates College in Lewiston. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

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