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Scene Setters, Sept. 11

Bonnie Elie of Freedom bicycles home and waves to her neighbor after visiting the Freedom Village Store down the street on Monday afternoon. (ALLEGRA BOVERMAN/UNION LEADER)
The New Hampshire Food Bank and Citizens Bank say the Nothing Campaign surpassed 1 million meals, with donations totaling more than $567,000 over the past five years. The statewide campaign features cans of "nothing" representing the reality that thousands of New Hampshire residents have nothing to eat. The effort has raised $96,000 to date this year. From left: Citizens Bank team members Rick Musiol, Andrea Rollin, Dan Heying, Emily Greenstein, Joe Carelli and Chris Grenier. (COURTESY)
Rick Musiol, senior vice president of public affairs for Citizens Bank New England, talks to Eileen Grall Liponis, executive director of New Hampshire Food Bank, in Manchester on Wednesday, as they celebrate the "Nothing Program," a five-year program that has raised more than $500,000 and has fed more than one million people. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Employees of the Manchester Health Department practice chest compressions in the Hands-Only CPR Mobile Tour at the Rines Center on Wednesday. The program was sponsored by the Anthem BlueCross BlueShield Foundation. (COURTESY)
Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas presents students with a new book while touring the new library at Webster Elementary School on the first day of school on Tuesday in Manchester. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
Weston Elementary School Principal Liz MacDonald welcomes back second grader Ella Batchelder with a hug during the first day of school on Tuesday in Manchester. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
Liam Cosgrove, 2, of Kittery, Maine, was enjoying an icy treat along Elm Street on Saturday afternoon. He was there with his family as they were enjoying the Rotary Club of Manchester's annual Cruising Downtown car show. (ALLEGRA BOVERMAN/UNION LEADER)
Conor Barrett of Manchester, 5, parks himself in a sunny spot to nosh on a cheeseburger on Saturday afternoon on Elm Street. He and his family were enjoying the Rotary Club of Manchester's annual Cruising Downtown car show. (ALLEGRA BOVERMAN/UNION LEADER)
Dancing the salsa to the music of Son Boricqa of Fitchburg, Mass., are, from left: Kirci Gedeno and Hiram Gonzalez and David Perez and Dulce Morales, all of Nashua, during the second annual Latin Festival of Nashua held near Nashua's City Hall on Monday. There was an array of cultural foods, music and entertainment all day. The event was moved from Sunday to Monday because of bad weather. (ALLEGRA BOVERMAN/UNION LEADER)
Jason Pino and Deeanna Hennessey, both of Nashua, were enjoying pinchos, barbecued chicken on a stick, during the second annual Latin Festival of Nashua held near Nashua's City Hall on Monday. There was an array of foods, music and entertainment all day. The event was moved from Sunday to Monday because of bad weather. (ALLEGRA BOVERMAN/UNION LEADER)
Dispatcher Noelle LeMasurier, center, and Records Coordinator Brenda Rizzo, right, present 234 handmade caps to Maria Doyle of the New Hampshire Children's Trust at the Pelham Police Department. LeMasurier and Rizzo knitted the purple caps as part of Click for Babies, a campaign that aims to educate parents and caregivers in an effort to prevent the abuse of infants. (COURTESY)
Miranda Sandahl of Freedom, a manager at the Freedom Village Store, arranges items in the front window on Monday. The Freedom Village Store is a community-run store staffed by volunteers. The store features locally made crafts, art, food and fair trade products. The store is located on Elm Street in downtown Freedom. Its website is http://www.freedomvillagestore.org. (ALLEGRA BOVERMAN/UNION LEADER)