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Scene Setters, June 10

Trish Ellis, right, a physical education teacher, preps for the Central Runs Road Race Thursday in Manchester Thursday with Sean Russell, an English teacher. Some 250 faculty and students participated in the race, which raised money for One Fund Boston, the charity set up to aid victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. (MARK HAYWARD/Union Leader)
Janniza Ayala, a Manchester High School-Central sophomore, hugs English teacher Abby Gemme shortly before the Central Runs Road Race Thursday in Manchester. The two were part of some 250 people who ran 2 miles to raise money for One Fund Boston, the charity set up to aid victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. (MARK HAYWARD/Union Leader)
Jackie Kleiner is presented with the Elementary School Counselor of the Year awarded by Todd DeMitchell, Prof. of Education Law & Policy, University of New Hampshire, during the 20th Annual "ED"ies Awards to Honor Excellence in Education event held at the Radisson in Manchester Saturday. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
Rosemonde Roy, right, is presented with the Doris Barnes Retired Educator Lifetime Achievement by Jane Lacasse during the 20th Annual "ED"ies Awards to Honor Excellence in Education event held at the Radisson in Manchester Saturday. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
Representing Gilmanton's Whoop It Up Whoopie Pies at the NH Made Local Stars Celebration Dinner were, from left, Steve and Kristie Owen, culinary advisors, and Laura Lynn Morrissey, owner. The event took place at the Grappone Center in Concord on Thursday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Wayne and Ruth Mann, owners of Grand View Farm in Canterbury, hold a basket won in the silent auction during the NH Made Local Stars Celebration Dinner, held at the Grappone Center in Concord on Thursday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Janniza Ayala, a Manchester High School Central sophomore, hugs English teacher Abby Gemme shortly before the Central Runs Road Race Thursday in Manchester. The two were among some 250 people who ran two miles to raise money for One Fund Boston, the charity set up to aid victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. (MARK HAYWARD/UNION LEADER)
Trish Ellis, right, a Manchester High School Central physical education teacher, preps for the Central Runs Road Race Thursday in Manchester with Sean Russell, an English teacher. Some 250 faculty and students participated in the race, which raised money for One Fund Boston, the charity set up to aid victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. (MARK HAYWARD/UNION LEADER)