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    Phil Bolduc poses Tuesday in front of the Lewiston sign in Veterans Memorial Park, which his company, Neokraft Signs, donated to the city.

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    Phil Bolduc peers Tuesday through the large "O" of the Lewiston sign in Veterans Memorial Park. The letter is stamped with all the past owners of Neokraft Signs. Other letters have the names of current employees of the company as well as the students from Lewiston Regional Technical Center who welded the sign letters together.

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    Phil Bolduc walks Tuesdya through a foyer in NeoKraft — which was designed to highlight a bandsaw originally used by the company in sign-making. Bolduc relocated the business to make it more accessible to the highway.

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    Eric Cox applies vinyl to a substrate Tuesday in the vinyl room of Neokraft Signs in Lewiston.

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    Rick Dionna fabricates a sign Tuesday for artist Charlie Hewitt in front of Hewitt's iconic Hopeful sign at Neokraft Signs on Pleasant Street in Lewiston. Neokraft makes many Hopeful signs in various sizes for Hewitt.

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    Small five-foot Hopeful signs hang Tuesday at NeoKraft in Lewiston.

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