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    Reese Furneaux, 15, of Bethel donated 96 fleece headbands that she made to the Maine high school athletes that qualified for the Eastern High School and U16 Championships.

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    Gould Academy freshman Reese Furneaux made 96 custom headbands for members of the Maine High School U16 and the Maine Eastern High School Nordic ski teams. Each relay team of four individuals wore the same design.

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    Tim Kamilewicz wears a fleece neck warmer that was made by Reese Furneaux of Bethel.

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    Reese Furneaux, 15, sews fleece headbands and neck warmers using the same machine that her mother, Maggie, learned to sew on when she was 8-years-old.

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    Reese Furneaux and her relay team wore the pink headbands with gold stars during the Eastern Eastern High School and U16 Nordic ski championships in Jackson, NH. "The hot pink sequence is my favorite," she said.

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    Emma Charles of Mt. Blue High School wears her fleece headband March 20 during the awards ceremony for the Eastern High School Championships at Titcomb Mountain in Farmington. Gould Academy freshman Reese Furneaux made the fleece headband with a snail design.

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