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Scene Setters, July 17

Fans filled Northeast Delta Dental Stadium Wednesday evening for the Eastern League All Star Classic game. Tommy Hanlon of Amherst waits for his opportunity to get autographs. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
Fans filled Northeast Delta Dental Stadium Wednesday evening for the Eastern League All Star Classic game. Bob and Kay Emery, of New Jersey, tough out the pre-game rain in their seats after all the other fans retreated to the mezzanine. The Emerys were at the game as guests of player Yaksel Rios of the Reading squad playing for the Eastern All-Stars. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
Cast members of the Children's Summer Series perform Peter Pan for a full house at the Palace Theatre in Manchester on Thursday. The series continues July 18-20 with a performance of Wizard of Oz; Cinderella July 25-27; The Little Mermaid Aug. 1-3; Aladdin Aug. 8-10; Snow White Aug 15-17; and Pinocchio Aug 22-24. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
Regina Embt of Manchester was picking strawberries at Lull Farm's Pick-Your-Own field on Broad Street in Hollis on July 4 with a couple of friends including Jim Coldwell, also of Manchester. She was planning to bring them to her father in Brookline, her old hometown, make strawberry shortcake with them and celebrate his 84th birthday that coincided with Independence Day. She noted that the strawberries this season are very plump and plentiful. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
Regina Embt of Manchester, far left, was picking strawberries at Lull Farm's Pick-Your-Own field on Broad Street in Hollis on July 4 with a couple of friends including Jim Coldwell, right, also of Manchester. She was planning to bring them to her father in Brookline, her old hometown, make strawberry shortcake with them and celebrate his 84th birthday that coincided with Independence Day. She noted that the strawberries this season are very plump and plentiful. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
Regina Embt of Manchester was picking strawberries at Lull Farm's Pick-Your-Own field on Broad Street in Hollis on July 4 with a couple of friends including Jim Coldwell, also of Manchester. She was planning to bring them to her father in Brookline, her old hometown, make strawberry shortcake with them and celebrate his 84th birthday that coincided with Independence Day. She noted that the strawberries this season are very plump and plentiful. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
Sandie Nemorin, left with hat, of Southern New Hampshire Services' Summer Food Service Program, makes sure that children at Nashua's Bronstein Apartments are well fed when out of school as shown here over breakfast recently. Free, nutritious meals are served throughout Manchester and Nashua. Sites and times can be found at snhs.org. (COURTESY)
Employees of The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester posed for a photo at their 2017 Employee Recognition Event held on June 28. (COURTESY)
Ken Sheldon, New Hampshire state president for Bank of America, recently presented Families First Health & Support Center Communications Director Margie Wachtel with a check representing the bank's $15,000 grant to the community health center. (COURTESY)
Bedford residents Richard, Emily and Kellie Welch attended Stone Zoo's 13th annual A Wild Affair tasting event, held on June 17. The event featured over 25 sampling stations from Greater Boston's best restaurants and caterers and raised $55,000 to support the operation and continued growth of Stone Zoo. (COURTESY)
The Raymond Coalition for Youth is working with New Hampshire liquor enforcement and local grocery stores and liquor stores in both Raymond and Epping, to raise awareness about underage drinking. From left: Celeste Clark, RCFY Executive Director, Youth Action members: Jacob Rubin, Tim Carta, Joscalyn Gallo, Rachael Cormier, Savanna Coomey; and Christine Bostaph, RCFY program coordinator. (COURTESY)