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Scene Setters, May 21

Goffstown Prom Visits HCNH--Sophie Jones is a junior at Goffstown High School. She also works part time at Hillsborough County Nursing Home (HCNH). Here, Jones greets her special resident friend Connie Gagnon. She presented Gagnon with flowers for giving her the idea of visiting. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
Goffstown Prom Visits HCNH--Sophie Jones is a junior at Goffstown High School. She also works part time at Hillsborough County Nursing Home (HCNH). Here, Jones greets her special resident friend Connie Gagnon. She presented Gagnon with flowers for giving her the idea of visiting. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
Arianna Dodge visits with a at Hillsborough County Nursing Home (HCNH) resident, Anita Desloges. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
Arianna Dodge and Cyrus Fennel visit with a Hillsborough County Nursing Home (HCNH) resident. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
Sophie Jones and a group of students visit with a Hillsborough County Nursing Home (HCNH) resident. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
At the New Hampshire Renaissance Fair held this year in Fremont on Sunday afternoon. The faire returns next weekend as well. Maylin Finnegan, 4, of Providence, Mass., was spending quality time at the Faire with her grandparents, who have been volunteering with the event for years, including her grandma Joy Finnegan of Scituate, Mass., not shown, with whom she was speaking. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
From left are Ed Brouder, president of the Manchester Historic Association, Gail York, co-chair, for the historic preservation awards event committee, with honorees Cindy and Chris Coburn, from C&C Flooring and the restoration trade award during the annual Historic Preservation Awards, presented by the Manchester Historic Association held Saint Anselm College in Goffstown on Tuesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Ed Brouder, president of the Manchester Historic Association with honorees Patricia Yankowskas and Dr. Ralph Ergas and the Homeowner's award during the annual Historic Preservation Awards, presented by the Manchester Historic Association held Saint Anselm College in Goffstown on Tuesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER )
Flag Hill Distillery & Winery was presented the New Hampshire Winery of the Year Award at New Hampshire Liquor Commission's (NHLC) recent annual Wine, Spirit & Employee Awards ceremony. From left: NHLC Commissioner Michael Milligan; NHLC Chairman Joseph Mollica; Cassey Nickerson, brand ambassador, Flag Hill; Brian Ferguson, owner, Flag Hill; Nicole Brassard-Jordan, NHLC's director of sales, marketing, merchandising and warehousing; and Lisa Gosselin, NHLC's wine marketing and sales specialist. (COURTESY)
Bob Baines presents a $1,000 check to Kelly Riley, left, and Karla Gallagher at Hope for New Hampshire Recovery. The money came from the Bob Baines Blarney Breakfast Community Fund, which raises money at its annual event in March. (COURTESY)