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Scene Setters, March 27

Holding posters are from left Letizia Ortiz, from Bedford and originally from Mexico, with Carmen Ayala, from Manchester, during a Vigil and walk from Grace Episcopal Church to City Hall in Support of Immigrants and Refugees in Manchester on Tuesday. The vigil was organized by Granite State Organizing Project and local clergy from many denominations. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Christopher Potter holds a sign saying "Jesus was a Refugee" during a Vigil and walk from Grace Episcopal Church to City Hall in Support of Immigrants and Refugees in Manchester on Tuesday. The vigil was organized by Granite State Organizing Project and local clergy from many denominations. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
From left are Laura Decoster, executive director of Safe Sports, James Vailas board president at Safe Sports and Matt Benson, principal at Hooksett's Cawley Middle School and honored as Co-Star of the Year, during the annual Safe Sports Social, held at the Derryfield Country Club in Manchester on Wednesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
From left are Andy Vailas, from Bedford, Pat Daley, from Bedford, and Tyler Brown, from Manchester, during the annual Safe Sports Social, held at the Derryfield Country Club in Manchester on Wednesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER )
Kate McGonagle, of Weare, holds her daughter Bridgette, 4 weeks old, during the CHaD Battle of the Badges Fire vs. Police hockey game at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester Sunday afternoon. McGonagle's nephew Elliot Perry of Manchester, is the CHaD Buddy of Team Police Kyle Daley of Manchester Police. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader )
Ava Burke, 5, of Goffstown, tosses a t-shirt into the crowd as she is held up by her mother Amy Burke, and Ava's twin sister Lily Burke looks on during the second intermission of the CHaD Battle of the Badges Fire vs. Police hockey game at the Southern New Hampshire University Arena in Manchester Sunday afternoon. Amy is married to Hooksett police Sgt. Matthew Burke. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
Manchester Monarchs mascot Max poses with Aiden Beck, and his mother Susan Beck of Hampton, during the CHaD Battle of the Badges Fire vs. Police hockey game at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester Sunday afternoon. Susan's fiance is Nashua Police Officer Mike Dore who played for Team Police. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader )
RiverStone Resources in Manchester's Millyard held an internal friendly competition between three teams Friday to see who could generate the most cash for the New Hampshire Food Bank, which received a check for $159,904. Nick Bentley, chairman, CEO and president promised to sumo wrestle one of his executive colleagues if the company beat the prior record, which it did. He is shown here squaring off with Debbie Irving, executive vice president and chief financial officer.  (COURTESY)
Makenzie Ouellet, 11 months, of Hudson, crosses the finish line and wins her heat during The Mall at Rockingham Park's annual Diaper Derby on March 11.  (COURTESY)
WMUR meteorologist Kevin Skarupa recently visited SouthernNew Hampshire Services' Pine Street Head Start Centerin Manchester recently to talk weather with students.Here, he explains how that day's clouds helped him arrive at his forecast for the next day. (COURTESY)