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    Skowhegan Pride flag gallery - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Old Soul Collective store owner Jessica Stetson is shown with the Progress Pride Flag at her store in downtown Skowhegan on Monday. An identical flag, displayed in the window at the left, was torn away from a pole that was attached to outside of the Old Soul Collective building.

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    Old Soul Collective store owner Jessica Stetson hangs a Progress Pride Flag in the front window of her downtown Skowhegan on Monday. The flag, which was displayed outside the store, was damaged while being torn away from a pole that was attached to outside of the Old Soul Collective building.

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    Old Soul Collective store owner Jessica Stetson holds one of several Progress Pride Flags that were delivered to her by Christina Almand, left, at the store in downtown Skowhegan on Monday. An identical flag was torn away from a pole that was attached to outside of the Old Soul Collective building. The flag represents the greater need for inclusivity and progress in the LGBTQ+ movement.

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    Skowhegan Pride flag gallery - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Old Soul Collective store owner Jessica Stetson holds the Progress Pride Flag on Monday that was damaged at her store in downtown Skowhegan. The flag was torn away from a pole that was attached to outside of the Old Soul Collective building.

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