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    Liam Campbell, right, and his brother, Hunter Campbell of Paris help Jim Mavor press apples into cider Sunday in Hebron.

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    Half gallon jugs are filled with fresh apple cider Sunday.

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    Heather Boehmer gives Jim Mavor a hug Sunday at Mavor's home in Hebron. Boehmer, 42, was 6 years old when she first started coming to help Mavor press apples into cider one day each fall. She and her mother made a special trip from Florida to visit with Mavor Sunday.

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    Jackson Roy, 10, of New Boston, New Hampshire, washes apples Sunday while helping make apple cider in Hebron.

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    Rick Lane of Auburn and three children help load apples into a cider press Sunday in Auburn.

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    Jim Mavor tosses apples into the cider press Sunday in Hebron.

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    Hunter Campbell, center, of Paris helps Jim Mavor, left, press apples into cider Sunday in Hebron.

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    Sawyer Gatchell, 5, of Hebron swings on a tree swing Sunday at the home of Jim Mavor in Hebron. Adults helping press apples remember the swing being there when they were children coming to Mavor's house one day each fall to make apple cider.

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