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Bowerbank Days returns

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REELED IN A BIG ONE — Every five years the town of Bowerbank celebrates community with Bowerbank Days, held Aug. 9-10 in 2019 with a mid-morning parade on Saturday as the procession traveled down the Bowerbank Road past the town hall and fire station. Residents and camp owners were among the participants, including the float for 38 Clark Cove Road.

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THE DISHES NEED TO BE DONE — The Camp Timberboo float travels past the fire station during the Bowerbank Days parade on Saturday, Aug. 10. Every five years the community in the woods on the shore of Sebec Lake celebrates with several days of events.

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START OF THE PROCESSION — The 2019 Bowerbank Days parade starts down the Bowerbank Road on Saturday morning toward the town hall/fire station campus.

Observer photo/Stuart Hedstrom
RESCUE BOAT — A Bowerbank Fire & Rescue truck hauls the department’s rescue boat during the parade on Aug. 10, a craft used for calls on Sebec Lake. Several Milo Fire Department trucks joined the Bowerbank vehicles in the procession.

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SEYMOUR COVE YACHT CLUB — The Seymour Cove Yacht Club float brings up the rear of the 2019 Bowerbank Days parade on Saturday morning.

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