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    Merrill Long, 6, of Cumberland lures his pig Fred with apples during the pig races at the Cumberland Fair on Sunday. Merrill won his heat.

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    Ryan Tammero 11, left, and his brother Ben, 8, far right, release the pigs during the pig races at the Cumberland Fair Sunday.

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    Sherry Grunder of Fairfield says hello to a goat outside the show arena while the State of Maine Goat Show was taking place during the Cumberland Fair Sunday. Grunder was showing goats of her own but didn't know this friendly goat.

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    Visitor walk past the ferris wheel during the Cumberland Fair Sunday.

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    One-year-old Asa Bates of Westbrook enjoys the views of the Cumberland Fair from the shoulders of his grandfather Mike Lentz of Westbrook.

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    Lacey Quealey of Quealey Family Farm in Limington grooms her goat Maudy before competing in a show at the Cumberland Fair on Sunday.

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    A float from Clayton Copp & Sons building movers makes its way around the track during the Grand Parade at the Cumberland Fair on Sunday.

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    Fair attendees compete in the the pig races as volunteers keep the pigs in the arena Sunday.

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    Clara Stanley Lewis, 5, of Buxton, left, and Isabella York, 7, of Gray, call their pigs during the pig races Sunday at the Cumberland Fair. Lewis was calling her pig, Piggy, with a peanut butter cookie as York was calling her pig, Cookie Dough, with a cheese stick.

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