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Scene Setters, June 12

While his dad's English bulldogs, Molli and Angus, look on, Edward Dorval Jr. spends some quality time with his dog Milo on Saturday, June 3, at the seventh annual Bow Wow Fest in Laconia.  (John Koziol/Union Leader Correspondent)
From left are Holli/Brookline seniors Drew Willard, Isabel Truax, and Jake Connell as they play Goffstown during NHIAA Boy's Volleyball Quarterfinals in Hollis on Tuesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
2017 Legacy Award recipient Richard Rawlings, talks with August Fromuth, with Freedom Energy Logistics during the New Hampshire Union Leader's Granite State Legacy Awards held at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester on Wednesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
From left are the 2017 Legacy Award recipient Alex Ray, left, talks with Barry Conway from Hampton during the New Hampshire Union Leader's Granite State Legacy Awards held at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester on Wednesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
2017 Legacy Award recipient Thomas Tessier talks to friends during the New Hampshire Union Leader's Granite State Legacy Awards held at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester on Wednesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Claira Monier, a 2013 Legacy Award Winner, talks with Thomas Tessier, who was honored as a 2017 Legacy Award winner and was taught in college by Claira during the New Hampshire Union Leader's Granite State Legacy Awards held at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester on Wednesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
2017 Legacy Award recipient Patrick Duffy talks to friends with his wife Jaye Gibson Duffy during the New Hampshire Union Leader's Granite State Legacy Awards held at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester on Wednesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Dick Ober, president and CEO of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, Sen. Maggie Hassan, and Ashley Hurteau of the Safe Harbor Recovery Center, foundation's 2017 annual meeting Thursay at the Radisson Hotel Manchester. The event recapped the work of the foundation over the past year, including its support for the Boys & Girls Clubs of New Hampshire and support for addiction treatment and recovery.  (CHERYL SENTER/COURTESY)
From left: Julia Chappell, Coach Dave "Doc" Wheeler and Krysten Walker following their win at the Girls Tennis State Doubles Champions in Manchester on June 8.  (COURTESY)
Nick Meyer, 8, and Athletic Director Tim Davidian hold donated athletic equipment from Nick's birthday. Nick requested for his birthday this year that his friends bring fun sports items he could pass on to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua in place of presents. (COURTESY)
For the second year in a row, the CARS for CASA team raised money and awareness for CASA of New Hampshire, a nonprofit that works toward ending the abuse and neglect of children. This year, the group helped raise $265,000, besting their efforts over last year. Cars for CASA also served as sponsor and host of the pre-party event for CASA Cares 2017 held at the Castleton in Windham on May 5. From left: Dan and Denise Enxing, Carolyn and Denis Gaudet, Sheree Kaplan, Elliott Berkowitz and Nancy Phillips, Bob and Cynthia MacDonald, Katie Murphy and Bryan Dumais. (COURTESY)
Manchester residents came together on June 3 to enjoy an afternoon of food, games, and fun as part of NeighborFest Manchester 2017, a block party hosted by NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire to celebrate the people and positivity of our neighborhoods. (COURTESY)
Bakersville Elementary School in Manchester recently celebrated its 100th anniversary. From left: Principal Kat Josef; Ward School Board member Mary Georges, Lynne Firman-Basoukas McFarlane, Mae Ganem Nasser, Maryann Ganam Lajeunesse, Sandra Dubizz-Paradis and School Board Chairman Arthur Beaudry. (COURTESY)
Girls on the Run New Hampshire held its 10th Annual Spring 5k Celebration at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon on June 3. Over 2,800 runners participated in the 3.1 mile noncompetitive event, including Gov. Chris Sununu, who joined his daughter and her fellow Newfields teammates. (COURTESY)