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Scene Setters, July 31

Classmates Gail Durant, of Manchester, and David O'Connor, of Barrington, attend the Manchester Central High School's Class of '67 50th Reunion at the Derryfield Country Club in Manchester Saturday. (COIURTESY)
Joan Blecatsis Krohn, right, talks with classmate Frank Sargent, during the Manchester Central High School's Class of '67 50th Reunion at the Derryfield Country Club in Manchester Saturday. (COIURTESY)
During the Currier's Block Party on Saturday afternoon. Currier Intern Isabella Mottola, 16, of Bedford did some serious street chalk art as Gervais Blake, 2 1/2, of Nashua selects chalk colors. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
During the Currier's Block Party on Saturday afternoon. Aniyah Content, 3, right, is scissor happy and kept cutting the string her great aunt Caroline Conery was making so she could hang her newly created lily pad-themed art. They are both from Manchester. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
Ron Pisani, left, owner of Victory Tattoo Ink, of New York, gets his second tattoo ever, of a bald eagle, done by Fame Montalvoof Eminence Ink of Willimantic, CT, during the Live Free or Die Tattoo Expo on Saturday in Manchester. The process takes about four hours and was going to be blue and grey. Pisani says he may add more nature scenes to join the eagle. He is very into nature, he said. He only got his first tattoo, a buck, a few years ago. The Live Free or Die Tattoo Expo continues on Sunday at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with a variety of contests, fashion shows, performances and opportunities to get tattoos. See the website for more details, www.livefreeordietattoo.com . (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
North Country Senator Jeff Woodburn had his fifth annual North Country ice cream and dairy tour to celebrate National Ice Cream Day on July 18. He was accompanied by Executive Councilor Chris Pappas of Manchester on a full day tour including visiting a dairy farm, creamery and four ice cream shops including Bishop's Homemade Ice Cream. From the left is Sen. Woodburn's children, Avery and Molly Woodburn, Sen. Woodburn, Jim Quinn, owner of Bishop's, and Councilor Pappas. (COURTESY)